verb (used with object), tinc·tured, tinc·tur·ing.
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It’s now easy to find Cordyceps coffee, butter, powder for adding to your smoothies, and as an ingredient in tinctures and extracts.
Today the plant is mainly used as an infusion or tincture to treat mild cases of depression in the short-term.Four plants that are scientifically proven to be therapeutic|Sandra Gutierrez G.|January 25, 2021|Popular Science
I knew that none of them would ever take something more than once a day and that it needed to be a product experience that was way more appealing than a capsule or bitter-tasting tincture.The founder of wellness startup Mab & Stoke on the growth of ‘pay what you can’ options during the pandemic|Rachel King|September 20, 2020|Fortune
In 2017 and 2018, the only way to dose with CBD was using tinctures and eyedroppers, usually mixed with olive oil or some other not-delicious oil.OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder on launching a hemp-infused sparkling water brand|Rachel King|August 24, 2020|Fortune
What drew you to the study of philosophy, and how does that subject tincture your fiction?
These days, PCP comes dissolved in an oily yellow tincture called “wet.”
It should not exceed the ounce of tincture: about two drachms may be added after using it for paper.
Tincture of guaiac, diluted to a light sherry-wine color (keep in a dark-glass bottle).A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
To-night she lingered over a book, reading and musing, with a tincture of gloom in her thought-pictures.Alone|Marion Harland
Goss and Hale used the tincture of the fresh leaves and so the homœopaths have always used it.The Treatment of Hay Fever|George Frederick Laidlaw
Suffused with the Slavonic spirit and its tincture of Orientalism, the importation assumed a character of its own.Frederick Chopin as a Man and Musician|Frederick Niecks