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lavandula angustifolia concrete
A Lavender Concrete is produced by extraction of the freshly cut flowering herb of true lavender, Lavandula Officinalis, with petroleum ether or other hydrocarbon solvent followed by removal of the solvent in vacuum. This extraction is carried out in or close to the growing areas in the south of France. Lavender Concrete varies in appearance from waxy solid to viscous liquid. The color is usually dark green, but it appears darker in the liquid products than in the waxy solid ones, probably due to the microcrystallized myristic acid, etc. in the waxy concretes.
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