laudanum

[n] - narcotic consisting of a tincture of opium or any preparation in which opium is the main ingredient
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Laudanum

Lau'da·num noun [ Orig. the same wort as ladanum , ladbdanum : confer French laudanum , Italian laudano , ladano . See Ladanum .] Tincture of opium, used for various medical purposes. » A fluid ounce of American laudanum should contain the soluble matt
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laudanum

Tincture of opium, used for various medical purposes. ... A fluid ounce of American laudanum should contain the soluble matter of one tenth of an ounce avoirdupois of powdered opium with equal parts of alcohol and water. English laudanum should have ten grains less of opium in the fluid ounce. ... <botany> Dutchman's laudanum See Dutchman. ..
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laudanum

tincture of opium noun narcotic consisting of an alcohol solution of opium or any preparation in which opium is the main ingredient
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Laudanum

• (n.) Tincture of opium, used for various medical purposes.
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laudanum

(from the article `opium`) Opium was for many centuries the principal painkiller known to medicine and was used in various forms and under various names. Laudanum, for ...
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Laudanum

Laudanum is known as a "whole opium" preparation since it historically contained all the opium alkaloids. Today, however, the drug is often processed to remove all or most of the noscapine (also known as narcotine) present as this is a strong emetic and does not add appreciably to the analgesic or anti-propulsive properties of opium; the resulti..
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laudanum

laudanum (lôd'unum) , tincture, or alcoholic solution, of opium, first compounded by Paracelsus in the 16th cent. Not then known to be addictive, the preparation was widely used up through the 19th cent. to treat a variety of disorders. Many literary and artistic figures, including Colerid...
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Laudanum

Laudanum is an alcoholic tincture of opium, formerly used medicinally as a narcotic.
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laudanum

Type: Term Pronunciation: law′dă-nŭm Definitions: 1. A tincture containing opium.
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laudanum

Alcoholic solution (tincture) of the drug opium. Used formerly as a narcotic and painkiller, it was available in the 19th century from pharmacists on demand in most of Europe and the USA
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laudanum

mixture of opium and alcohol used as a tranquilizer, pain-killer, or to induce sleep.
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