Hardly a nice Pinot Noir but…

27 Jul

The Toxicology handbook, in part written by Mike Cadogan from LITFL, is a cracking wee compendium of useful stuff on toxicology. Though it is understandably not big on hydrogen sulfide poisoning…

I did find this useful snippet that I thought was worthy of my own investigation:

when talking of the various presentations of alcoholic beverages it says

mouth wash, food extracts and flavourings (eg vanilla extract 35% ethanol)

Woah!

Now I begin to realise why the brownies I make are so damned good…

References:

Toicology Handbook 2nd Edition Murray, Dale, Little & Cadogan, Churchill Livingstone

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