BHT (butylated hydroxytoluene) is FDA approved as an antioxidant preservative additive for edible oils and fats. Each capsule of BHT PlusTM contains 180 mg of BHT plus 80 mg of ascorbyl palmitate, a fat soluble form of Vitamin C.
Suggested Use: Open one capsule and add contents to one quart of cooking oil or oily foods, such as peanut butter, that do not already contain BHT, BHA, TBHQ, or propyl gallate. Heating until warm to the touch and stirring or shaking will help to dissolve faster.
Other Ingredients: Gelatin capsule.
Caution: Not for use by children or by pregnant or lactating women. Not for use by anyone sensitive to any of the ingredients.
By Bob CA. on 9/23/2011
I read in your Life Enhancement magazine about BHT. I also use certain amino acids with the BHT and I get good results! I’m going to keep using the BHT Plus.
By Richard W WI on 5/22/2018
This really helps with my Herpes outbreaks, it is a very powerful antioxidant for sure.
*FDA Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
In the ingredient section every thing is 0%, Vitamin C is 53%, and BHT is not list at all. Any reason why?
It's a synthetic antiviral it's been proven to cure or prevent ****** it is a lipid envelope destroyer and COVID-19 is a lipid envelope virus.
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BHT is a known anti-viral supplement, according to the scientific literature it breaks down the lipid casing of various viruses including the most common ******. It has been widely used for over 25 years.
BHT is known to help fight viruses such as shingles in laboratory studies and is used to preserve many types of food. It is also a potent anti-oxidant, but it is not known if it could have any side-effects if used in very large amounts. It is supposed to be safe in small amounts, however.