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woodswise

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I have been using Ethyl Oleate for my homebrewing and I like it because it is light and goes through a small needle nicely.

But I have mild environmental allergies (mold, cats, trees, grass, etc) and am afraid I may have developed an allergy to Ethyl Oleate. For those of you paying attention, I wrote in another thread that I thought tren was causing my chronic hiccups, but I stopped tren for 3 months last fall and the hiccups did not go away, so my backup theory is that ethyl oleate may be triggering the hiccups.

So for someone who experiences allergies to a broad spectrum of things, whatoil is likely to be hypo-allergenic and would be a good choice for homebrewing?

I know a lot of people brew with grapeseed oil, but it is a lot thicker than Ethyl Oleate. Has anyone used olive oil?
 
BLTC

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If you start pinning olive oil you'll walk around smelling like an italian dinner!
 
trentracks

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Sesame is the most widely used by the pharmaceutical because less reaction to it
 
Lil Ed

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Olive oil has a very short shelf life and goes rancid just my .02 it is not a suitable oil for the production of AAS in oily solutions.

One of the most well balanced oils used in HG cGMP facilities is Arachis BP.

(Organon maybe the most well know that use this oil......... Arachis BP)

interesting fact is that Peach oil was one of the first carrier oils used in the USA, thinner than GSO and completely clear. GSO is superior in inflammatory properties but it will never stop a knot or pip from a painful compound so who really cares. Peach oil is also interesting and has a nice apperance. some don't like the darker green GSO so using peach oil or mixing the two is a nice option.
 
bigrobbie

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I actually just made some prop and I used walnut oil for the first time and it worked well.
 
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I have been using Ethyl Oleate for my homebrewing and I like it because it is light and goes through a small needle nicely.

But I have mild environmental allergies (mold, cats, trees, grass, etc) and am afraid I may have developed an allergy to Ethyl Oleate. For those of you paying attention, I wrote in another thread that I thought tren was causing my chronic hiccups, but I stopped tren for 3 months last fall and the hiccups did not go away, so my backup theory is that ethyl oleate may be triggering the hiccups.

So for someone who experiences allergies to a broad spectrum of things, whatoil is likely to be hypo-allergenic and would be a good choice for homebrewing?

I know a lot of people brew with grapeseed oil, but it is a lot thicker than Ethyl Oleate. Has anyone used olive oil?
MCT good but prefer Cotton seed oil.
 
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IrishDan

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Old thread I know but once we have selected our carrier oil of choice do we need to sterilize it?
 
beefnewton

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You'll have to wait until morning. Most guys here were in bed after the early bird.

 
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