Definition of Absinthism. Meaning of Absinthism. Synonyms of Absinthism

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Definition of Absinthism

Absinthism
Absinthism Ab"sin*thism, n. The condition of being poisoned by the excessive use of absinth.

Meaning of Absinthism from wikipedia

- ****ociated with alcoholism, a belief that led to the coining of the term absinthism. One of the first vilifications of absinthe followed an 1864 experiment...
- century AD). Artemisia absinthium has many folk names: absint-alsem (Dutch), absinth, absinthe, absinthium vulgate, Absinth****, agenjo, ajenjo común, artenheil...
- Bohemian-style or Czech-style absinth (also called anise-free absinthe, or just “absinthwithout the “e”) is a Bohemian version of the traditional spirit...
- Medicine. 2 (1): 69–78. doi:10.1093/ecam/neh065. PMC 1062158. PMID 15841280. Absinthism: a fictitious 19th-century syndrome with present impact, Padosch et al...
- PMID 30753321. Padosch, Stephan A; Lachenmeier, Dirk W; Kröner, Lars U (2006). "Absinthism: a fictitious 19th century syndrome with present impact". Substance Abuse...
- traditional Blanche (white/clear) style; Bohemian, a modern, Czech style absinth; La Fée X•S Suisse and La Fée X•S Française, which are two “extra supérieure...
- brand of Bohemian-style absinth owned and produced by the Czech company Hill's Liquere. Hill's Absinth was the first Czech absinth after the Velvet Revolution...
- are only an urban legend—toxicology uncovers alcohol as real cause of absinthism]. Medizinische Monatsschrift für Pharmazeuten (in German). 31 (3): 101–106...
- substratally inherited nouns such as asáminthos (bathtub), ápsinthos (absinth), terébinthos (terebinth), etc. Other placenames with no apparent Indo-European...
- needed] The Gr****s used kásia (c****ia) or malabathron to flavour wine, with absinth wormwood (Artemisia absinthium). Malabathrum leaves (folia) were used in...
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