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wort

[wȯrt]
(food engineering)
A clear infusion of malt grain extract, used by brewers for fermentation.
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Rustics wore St John's Wort sprays close to their hearts to guard against the Devil and demon possession.
(25.) Wang Z, Gorski JC, Hamman MAThe effects of St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) on human cytochrome P450 activity.
Add water to the wort in your brew pot so that you have 3 1/2 gallons of liquid in the pot.
John's wort treatment 900 mg daily for 18 days with intravenous irinotecan 350 mg/[m.sup.2] in five cancer patients could decrease the plasma concentrations of the active metabolite SN-38 by 42% (P < 0.05) [20].
John's wort induces CYP3A4 expression, which reduces the therapeutic activity of numerous drugs, including warfarin, cyclosporine, oral contraceptives, digoxin, zolpidem, and olanzapine.
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Participants will learn to calculate and measure different characteristics of beer, including wort gravity, carbohydrates, calories, dissolved oxygen, clarity and color.
St John's wort (Hypericum perforatum) is often used in herbal medicine for relief of stress and anxiety.
9am Once the copper is full, it takes half an hour for the wort to start to boil, the time to add Fuggle and Golding hops to create a smooth bitterness to balance the sweetness of the malt.
John's wort. This supplement is often touted as a treatment for depression.
From a natural medicine point of view, the herb of choice would be St John's Wort. This herb is used for cases of mild to moderate depression and could be especially helpful if your daughter is shying away from other medication.