The alcohol manufacturing business generated a household revenue of 28.7 billion in 2021. That effect was majorly due to the solvent’s use in manufacturing sanitizers to combat COVID-19.
Cannabis industries also used ethanol in their extraction processes. And thereby, the companies provided products that could help manage anxiety and depression that arose during the pandemic.
However, there’s a lot of confusion concerning alcohol grades as the industry grows. Notably, what are the differences and uses of 190 proof and 200 proof ethanol?
But don’t worry, you learn all about those solvents in this article. So let’s dive into it.
Did you know that recreational alcohol use dates back 13,000 years ago? Now you know.
And have you ever bought cannabis oil, caraway seed oil, or lavender oil and wondered how companies make them? That process is possible through ethanol.
But why do they use ethanol to extract the essential oils? Below, you’ll find out everything about that and what steps to follow to get a premium product. Read on to learn more.
A financial report predicts that cannabis sales will grow by 700% from $6 billion in 2016 to $50 billion in 2026. That massive boom will increase demand for resources such as ethanol used in extracting and purifying cannabis oil.
Lately, there have been many questions surrounding alcohol use. For example, is the solvent effective for winterization or extraction?
The answer is both. However, you're bound to extract a mediocre product without the proper technique. But don't you worry, the article below will cover all those aspects. Read on.