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A Consideration: The Physical Implications Of Water Flow: Rituxan Infusion
Contributor(s): Truncellito, Leon (Author)

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ISBN:     ISBN-13: 9798717878159
Publisher: Independently Published
OUR PRICE: $8.09  

Binding Type: Paperback
Published: March 2021
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BISAC Categories:
- Science | Earth Sciences - Hydrology
Physical Information: 0.17" H x 5.98" W x 9.02" L (0.25 lbs) 70 pages
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Do you know about infusion?
Infusion is the process of extracting chemical compounds or flavors from plant material in a solvent such as water, oil or alcohol, by allowing the material to remain suspended in the solvent over time (a process often called steeping). An infusion is also the name for the resultant liquid. The process of infusion is distinct from both decoctions--a method of extraction involving boiling the plant material--and percolation, in which water is passed through the material (as in a coffeemaker).
A common example of an infusion is tea; most varieties of tea call for steeping the leaves in hot water, although some variants (e.g. Moroccan mint tea) call for decoction instead. Many herbal teas are prepared by infusion, as well; lemon, chamomile, senna, apple, ginger, rooibos, and many other plants are used individually or in combination. Herbal infusions in water and oil are both commonly used as herbal remedies. Coffee can also be made through infusion (as in a French press) but is more often made through percolation.

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