- a white, microcrystalline, water-soluble powder, C22H40O7: formerly used in medicine to stop excessive perspiration.
Also ag·a·ric·ic ac·id [ag-uh-ris-ik, ag-] /ˈæg əˈrɪs ɪk, ˌæg-/.
Origin of agaric acid
First recorded in 1875–80
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- An acid obtained from agaric and responsible for the anhidrotic action of the fungus.
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