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Oil of Lippia Carviodora is steam distilled from the flowering tops of the plant, but if increased production becomes important, the leaves undoubtedly will also be distilled since their oil is almost identical to that obtained from the flowers. The oil is pale yellow to brownish yellow, rather mobile and possessing an odor which can hardly be described without the use of the term Caraway. Except for dill seed oil, no other essential oil is so similar to caraway as the oil from Lippia Carviodora.