I'd like to see who uses what in the brews. Mainly I see people using GSO. It is thinner and easily absorbed, plus has some fatty acid benefits, and with proper care won't go rancid for a long time..
Cottonseed or Sesame I've seen used as well.
I've read someone used Walnut oil and liked it...
My question is.. has anyone tried emu, jojoba, avocado, sweet almond, apricot kernel, hemp, or any other kind of oil? Is there any reason as to why one couldn't besides maybe the viscosity (density/thickness) of it? From what I've read they all contain the same property of extracted oils, fatty acids (some very beneficial). Would the body not absorb it any differently as GSO intramuscular? I've read the patent on Emu and says it can be done intramuscular (when sterilized of course).
Jojoba and Emu oil properties show a lot of interesting things.. anti-bacterial/anti-inflammatory and also have a very long shelf life.
Another question, if there's a certain oil that tends to go bad quickly i.e. evening primrose or rosehip oil, if you were to add in tocopherol (pure vitamin e) or jojobo/emu, would it extend the life of the other oils with its properties that help it from not going bad? This might not be for intramuscular as much as a trans-dermal carrier oil type of solution/suspension.
Thoughts and experience would be awesome. I kind of want to experiment, but don't want a hole in my leg. Of course any and all oils would be .2 filtered.