With alcohol and water it forms a colorless solution, from which it is precipitated by a tincture of galls.
"A Dissertation on the Medical Properties and Injurious Effects of the Habitual Use of Tobacco" by A. McAllister
It should be taken at the 2d dilution, and the tincture applied to the affected part every night.
"An Epitome of Homeopathic Healing Art" by B. L. Hill
Instead, her exclamation had a tincture of alarm.
"The Prodigal Father" by J. Storer Clouston
And just a little half mug of water tinctured with a drop of rum!
"Fifty-Two Stories For Girls" by Various
Most of our "essences", "tinctures", and "spirits" are alcoholic solutions.
"Ontario Teachers' Manuals: Nature Study" by Ontario Ministry of Education
Take pure olive oil, say one ounce, and half an ounce each of the tincture of lobelia and tincture of cayenne.
"The Ladies Book of Useful Information" by Anonymous
Other tinctures will be gradually added to this list.
"Alcohol: A Dangerous and Unnecessary Medicine, How and Why" by Martha M. Allen
And William Blake becomes all this without the least tincture of sentimentality.
"Suspended Judgments" by John Cowper Powys
It does not pass the delight one has in the radiance of gems or the glowing tincture of some fabric.
"The Gate of Appreciation" by Carleton Noyes
They don't seem to have the slightest tincture of it.
"Baseball Joe Around the World" by Lester Chadwick
Now that cedars, taper-wise,
Tincture delicately skies--
Smokes of fragrance darkly brood
Over cactus torpitude.
"Cactus Bloom" by Norman MacLeod
All may of thee partake:
Nothing can be so mean,
Which with his tincture (for thy sake)
Will not grow bright and clean.
"The Elixir" by George Herbert
With Wisdom who endows the Brain,
To thy Remembrance call;
Nor, while the Wretched you sustain,
Tincture their Cup with Gall.
"Verses Sent To A Lady, Who Took Delight In Ridiculing A Person" by Mary Barber
We touched on a thousand subjects,
The moon and the worlds above,
And our talk was tinctured with science,
And everything else, save love.
"Platonic" by Ella Wheeler Wilcox
Sir Walter returned from the far Holy Land,
And a blood-tinctured falchion he bore;
But such precious blood as now darkened his sword
Had never distained it before.
"The Warrior's Return" by Amelia Opie
If such a tincture, such a touch,
So firm a longing can empower,
Shall Thy own image think it much
To watch for Thy appearing hour?
If a mere blast so fill the sail,
Shall not the breath of God prevail?
"Cock-Crowing" by Henry Vaughan
The array of colorful and aromatic dried plants, powders, tinctures and tonics creates something of a sensory Olympiad in the two-year-old shop.
"This Is a Smoked Salmon-Infused Vodka with a Few Drips of Ice-Plant Tincture Served Over Fresh Lava Rocks".
Women in Northern Ireland are being offered a new service to have their placentas turned into healing capsules, smoothies, tinctures or other remedies.
"We use plenty of house-made spice tinctures behind our bar," says Perez Klebahn, beverage director and proprietor of Mr Rain's Fun House at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore.
27 Top strain: Carnival Top edible: Cheeba Chews Advance Cure for Vera Bestura offers organic medicine, as well as edibles, tinctures, rubs and accessories.
This herbal remedy is made from the petals of the ornamental " pot marigold " flower, and is available in tinctures, oil, lotions and creams – look for products with at least 10-percent extract of Calendula officinalis.
A gentle, effective remedy for dry skin is to wash the skin with a diluted solution of tincture.
An advanced guide to distillates, hydrosols and tinctures.
Designed to inhibit and prevent fungal infections under the nail, Footlogix #7 Anti-Fungal Nail Tincture has an easy-to-use applicator that allows the product to get right under the nail to the problem areas.
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) 10-15 drops tincture 3x/day.