- n. Plural form of tincture.
“They have been bred and cross-bred, hybridized and re-hybridized into literally thousands of useful varieties of garlics, onions, chives, scallions and shallots, and preserved in tinctures, wines, liqueurs and oils as one of the oldest continually used general purpose medicines on earth.”
“With the former, colors are called tinctures and usually consist of two metals and five hues, each having a distinctive meaning often gleaned from the various traditions of chivalry.”
“He made enemies of the physicians by abusing their custom of seeking knowledge only from ancient writers and not from nature; he annoyed the apothecaries by calling their tinctures, decoctions, and extracts, mere _soup-messes_; and he roused the ire of all learned people by delivering his lectures in German.”
“We use glycerine for making what may be called our tinctures, and in my clinique I am introducing a series of”
“However, medical cannabis is also used in a number of other forms such as tinctures and oil extracts, which can be taken withfood.”
“Even alcoholic preparations, such as tinctures, have been used in very rare instances.”
“The City Council is scheduled to consider an ordinance that would ban businesses selling or growing medical marijuana as well as ones that make "marijuana-infused products," such as tinctures or baked goods.”
“In addition to organic herbal cannabis, we will also be producing extracts, infusions such as tinctures, as well as edibles, which many patients prefer when they have confidence in their source.”
“One of the REAL benefits of dispensaries is the ability to get Medical Cannabis in varied forms, such as tinctures, edibles, hashs, and oils.”
“She stopped to draw plants on her walks and kept copious notes on how to make botanical tinctures for when she finally returned home.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘tinctures’.
Vocab from "Gentlemen of the Road" by Michael Chaban
Looking for tweets for tinctures.