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- n. valerate
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- n. A valerate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A salt of valeric acid.
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Lupulin, valerian, valerianate of zinc, and hyoscyamus (or with a much less tendency to derange the stomach, _hyoscyamin_ in 1/10 grain doses) all have their value in the less violent cases or toward the close of the struggle.
If there are nervous symptoms prominent, give valerianate of zinc, eight grains; tincture of valerian, two drams; orange flower water, three and a half ounces; syrup of red poppies, two drams.
Furthermore, a certain aromatic principle is possessed by the Apple, on which its peculiar flavour depends, this being a fragrant essential oil -- the valerianate of amyl -- in a small but appreciable quantity.
This oil is a mixture of ethers, among which "chamomilline," or the valerianate of butyl, predominates.
The pungency of valerianate of ammonia smote the entrant.
PA.ET, S.A. Quelques résultats obtenus par l'emploi du valerianate de caféine (thèse).
Behind his counter he was a superior being, calmly conscious of special knowledge and worth; outside he was a weak-kneed, purblind, motorman-cursed rambler, with ill-fitting clothes stained with chemicals and smelling of socotrine aloes and valerianate of ammonia.
_Dose_ -- Of the infusion, (one-half ounce to a pint of water) one-half ounce; of the tincture, one-half to two tablespoonfuls; of the ammoniated tincture of valerian, from one-half to two teaspoonfuls in sweetened water or milk; of the valerianate of ammonia, one-half to three grains.
_Apple-oil_ is an alcoholic solution of valerianate of amyloxide.
I found, besides the pear-oil, also an _apple-oil_, which, according to my analysis, is nothing but valerianate of amyloxide.