Fluidextract



[floo-id-ek-strakt] /ˈflu ɪdˈɛk strækt/

noun, Pharmacology.
1.
a liquid preparation, containing alcohol as a solvent or as a preservative, that contains in each cubic centimeter the medicinal activity of one gram of the crude drug in powdered form.
/ˈfluːɪdˈɛkstrækt/
noun
1.
an alcoholic solution of a vegetable drug, one millilitre of which has an activity equivalent to one gram of the powdered drug

fluidextract flu·id·ex·tract (flōō’ĭd-ěk’strākt’)
n.
A concentrated alcohol solution of a vegetable drug of such strength that each milliliter contains the equivalent of one gram of the dry form of the drug.

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