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I've been performing a salvia extraction with acetone for about 36 hours now, I've been pouring off all the acetone into a flask, leaving the sediment (and adding new fresh leaves) to the original flask every 12 hours. In the flask with the acetone only there is a layer of light brown almost white sediment (I'd almost say crystals) collection at the bottom, is that the pure saliva A? If so, should I suck up the green acetone layer and transfer it to a separate flask and let the sediment/crystals air dry, or just boil off the acetone with sediment/crystals at the bottom as is?
If those white "crystals" at the bottom are Sal-A then that means your solvent has become super-natant and the extra Sal-A cannot fit into solution anymore. However i don't believe that to be the case, i donno what the white stuff is. But collect it anyway and see.
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