Carrier oils thickest to thinest


#1

Well I’m learning more about brewing and thought I would get this fourm moving

castor - 297.0 thickest
crambe - 53.6
high oleic safflower - 41.2
peanut - 39.6
sunflower - 37.1
grapeseed - 37.0
sesame - 35.3
corn - 34.9
cottonseed - 33.5
soybean - 32.6
safflower - 31.3 thinnest


#2

I know MCT is thin and mig840 being the most thin I’d sssume. That stuff is like pinning water.


#3

I agree been using a MCT/coconut oil mix it’s nice


#4

The primo from bm pharmaceuticals is in 100% eo and its really easy and smooth zero pip especially when I heat it which has been since I got my wax warmer.
I have used mct its also a great carrier and I believe that I have used mig because I believe that is what Geneza pharma secret was for all these years.
There carrier definitely wasn’t gso like they claimed in certain products that have a tendency to crash.


#5

Been thinking of testing the waters with homebrewing what do you do to keep quality control? Or better phrased if your new how did you no you didn’t screw up?


#6

Im not interested in homebrewing but I am interested in the comments that will follow your question.This will be very interesting and educational I am very sure of that!


#7

MCT best


#8

MCT hands down. Be careful if you are not 100% sterile you can get a nasty infection that can be extremely serious. I don’t think it’s worth buying Raws and brewing. That’s a serious criminal offense. Between the infection and legal risks you better off sticking to sponsors. I brewed some killer Tren and had no issues but I was stupid and young.


#9

@GlycogenGuy how is mct more prone to infection than let’s say grapeseed?or cottonseed? Or am I reading your comment wrong?


#10

No I’m saying that I have refer MCT. But brewing in general requires a sterile environment that’s all. All carries are equally prone in an unsterile environment. Sorry if I wasn’t clear.