Hello dear ECF community, this might be my first post, but I have been reading along for years. I recently did a 99% IPA extraction from my self grown nicotina rustica. Before soaking I froze the fresh leaves slowly to break the cell walls (very successful, I could spot the effect on the later dried leaves without microscope, the surface looked ruff, very different from the leaves I just dried). I planned to soak these leaves for 2 hours, but got distracted, so they where left over night. After filtering the resulting liquid is of a very intense green, nearly looking artificial. So I pulled loads of chlorophyll as it seams. Do you know a way to get rid of some of this, without going the acid base route? I don't mind loosing some nicotine, there should be loads of it inside, but I mind the taste of the green stuff, and the cloaking of the atty.