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liatris odoratissima oleoresin
The leaves of Deertongue, as the composite plant is called in the U.S.A., do not yield any essential oil when they are distilled, but a highly aromatic extract, called Oleoresin of Deertongue, is prepared from the dried leaves with a volatile hydrocarbon solvent. tsca definition 2008: extractives and their physically modified derivatives. liatris odoratissima, compositae.
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