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Definition of Gum ammoniac

Gum ammoniac
Ammoniac Am*mo"ni*ac(or Gum ammoniac Gum` am*mo"ni*ac, n. [L. Ammoniacum, Gr. ? a resinous gum, said to distill from a tree near the temple of Jupiter Ammon; cf. F. ammoniac. See Ammonite.] (Med.) The concrete juice (gum resin) of an umbelliferous plant, the Dorema ammoniacum. It is brought chiefly from Persia in the form of yellowish tears, which occur singly, or are aggregated into masses. It has a peculiar smell, and a nauseous, sweet taste, followed by a bitter one. It is inflammable, partially soluble in water and in spirit of wine, and is used in medicine as an expectorant and resolvent, and for the formation of certain plasters.

Meaning of Gum ammoniac from wikipedia

- Ammonia**** or the gum ammoniac is a gum-resin exuded from the several perennial herbs in the genus Ferula of the umbel family (Apiaceae). There are three...
- The resin of the subspecies F. communis subsp. brevifolia is called gum ammoniac of Morocco. The phenolic compound ferulic acid is named for the giant...
- other products, such as ice creams, syrups, chewing gum, snus and alcoholic beverages. Sal ammoniac (ammonium chloride) has a history of being used as...
- The diachylon gummatum is the great diachylon with the addition of gum ammoniac, galbanum, and sagapenum, dissolved with wine, and boiled to a consistency...
- from the drying of the root latex, has properties similar to those of Gum Ammoniac (the oleoresin derived from Dorema ammonia****). Peucedanum officinale...
- yellow/C****el yellowoxychloride of lead, formed by heating litharge with sal ammoniac Mercurius praecipitatus – red mercuric oxide Milk of Sulfur (lac sulphuris)...
- βάσις ܒܣܣ noun "base, basis" ܩܘܒܘܣ noun "cube' ἀμμωνιακόν ܐܡܘܢܝܩܘܢ noun "gum ammoniac" ἀνδροδάμας ܐܢܕܪܘܕܘܡܘܣ noun "****nical pyrites" ἄσβεστος ܐܣܒܣܛܘܢ noun...
- 1037) made of twelve ingredients. The ingredients were turpentine, wax, gum ammoniac, birthwort roots, olibanum, bdellium, myrrh and galbanum, opoponax, verdigris...
- pitch of this kind: forty minæ of pitch, one of wax, eight drams of sal ammoniac, six drams of manna. Thus, having pounded them and boiled them together...
- non-soluble tooth powder. These types of powders would get stuck between the gums and the teeth and leave an unsightly discoloration. As a result, they were...