Methanol Free Ethanol 96% Food Grade
Ethyl Alcohol is the alcohol found in alcoholic drinks such as beer, brandy, or whiskey. It is made from the fermentation or chemical breakdown of sugars by yeasts. Alcohol is commonly used in the medical field as an antiseptic and as a disinfectant. Medical wipes and antibacterial hand sanitizers have alcohol to help prevent the spreading of bacteria in hospitals and related facilities. Alcohol is also used to sterilize the skin before injections. Hospitals and medical clinics use alcohol to sterilize various medical equipment before and after use.
Ethyl Alcohol can be safely used as a solvent for different products such as culinary extracts, essential oils, tinctures, and concentrates. Using Food Grade Ethyl Alcohol will minimize the impurities that can contaminate your extracts and tinctures.