Rubbing Alcohol Paraphrased from Wikipedia.org entries: Rubbing Alcohol is not necessarily a "harmful" chemical, but is one that should be used with caution, and as directed on the packaging1. Rubbing alcohol is sometimes consumed by those who cannot afford or cannot legally buy beverage alcohol (…
Active Ingredients Ethyl Alcohol by Volume 70% Ingredients Denatonium Benzoate , Methyl Isobutyl Ketone , Water
The ingredients will be listed on the bottle. There are two standard kinds of rubbing alcohol: (1) one made with isopropryl alcohol, which has a certain toxicity but is more pleasant o…
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The key ingredient in many hand sanitizers is ethanol, as my slightly informed friend below has indicated. There are other ingredients that are also antibacterial, but ethanol is generally the most popular. However, the key ingredient in rubbing alcohol is isopropyl alcohol. This is not the same thi…
Even though you are NOT charging the passengers to ride in the van, you are providing a PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICE, just like Greyhound does. So you will need PUBLIC Liability and indemnity insurance. It will be VERY costly.
I would NOT even consider doing this. The risks are too HUGE. Let t…
Alcohol is the name given to a group of molecules called
hydrocarbons. The alcohol present in drinks is ethanol. These
hydrocarbons contain many chemical bonds and in turn a large energy
potential. When the the alcohol is lit by a another source of
energy (lighter) the bonds break rapidly releasing …
More than 40% drink or have tried alcohol before turning 21, the legal drinking age in the United States of America. More like 80% you moron Answer: According to federal research, the proportion of high school students in the U.S. who have ever consumed alcohol is 72.7%. Those who have consumed in…
It is called vasodilatation. It is an effect of alcohol. Trust me, I know. It causes the blood vessels everywhere in your body to expand. That is why you get bloodshot eyes and feel warm after a few beers. Don't drink in the winter to keep warm. Vasodilatation actually causes you too lose more heat…
Unfortunately yes. They are married so the 17 year old must be of age or have had parent's consent to get married. The are both considered a married couple and adults. He could be bringing in the alcohol for himself and not letting her/him have any and that's OK, but if he is sharing …
No, even a small amount of alcohol causes dehydration which is not the same as "flushing out the system." The best thing from the tap or the bottle for removing toxins from the body,is water.
NO IT DOESNT FLUSH YOUR SYSTEM, IT ACTUALLY POISONS UR BODY AND CAN KILL YOU IF YOU DRINK TO MUCH…
It is a misconception that the law does not apply to an under-aged
person consuming liquor in the family home with the parent's
knowledge or permission. The parents can be held accountable on
many levels of criminal intent, including but not limited to
supplying alcohol to a minor, endangerment of a…
Sometimes the sulfates in wine and restaurant salads increase inflammation, and, therefore you would have more pain. As with anything, moderation works. Perhaps some wines have less sulfates. Keep a food diary for a month, also marking down any flares you have and perhaps you can make a connection.&…
not that i know of.
It depends on your health. The high levels of corn syrup and sugar in Coca-Cola can cause high blood sugars for a diabetic without proper insulin compensation, as would the aspartame in the Diet-Coke would be to anyone under the age of 15. Also, caffeine (which is present …
Alcohol mainly just lowers your inhibitions. If you have a subconscious urge to do something immoral, then being drunk might impair your judgment enough where you'd do it.If you are a basically honest and faithful person it's not likely that drinking would change your attitude that much.
Isopropyl (or methyl) alcohol (or possibly ethyl alcohol) normally has the name "rubbing alcohol" applied to it. It is alcohol suitable for external use only; it's not safe for consumption. It is packaged with a bit of water, and the alcohol content varies from one manufacturer to another. It's betw…
Do NOT Drink Rubbing Alcohol It can cause blindness. Rubbing
alcohol is "isopropyl" alcohol, not the same chemical as grain
alcohol, ("ethyl" alcohol). Don't drink it! Rubbing alcohol is
POISONOUS to drink!
It is not legal to buy it in the US, but you can buy it elsewhere and bring it back - it is legal in many foreign countries. A friend of mine bought some in St. Maartin
You can also buy absinthe online from other countries and ship it to the US.
Be aware of websites which highlight high…
Absinth has been legal for sale in the US since 2007.
Not in Arizona
TITLE 4, CHAPTER 3
4-244. Unlawful acts
12. For a licensee, when engaged in waiting on or serving customers, to consume spirituous liquor or for a licensee or on-duty employee to be on or about the licensed premises while in an intoxicated or disorderly condition.
Greetings! In most cases (as with virtually all Las Vegas casinos), if you are "active gambling" -- meaning there is a wager in play, and you are in the gaming area of slots, tables or sports book -- you will be served drinks at the casino's discretion. However, if you're just hanging out …
Long Island Iced Tea
Malibu and Coke
Coke and Hennessy
Coke and Bacardi
energy drinks and any liquor
Captain Morgan and Coke
Jack Daniels and Coke
vodka and tonic
seven and seven
should be caribou Lou
With this time of year, cocktails became one of the well-known
Complex, for starters.
Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant, intoxicant, analgesic and poison.
Yes, alcohol is a drug. The question should be, What type of drug is it?
A link to a site that addresses these questions can be found below under the heading of Related links.
Finding an Importer/Distributor
You have several options for finding out who imports and distributes a specific variety of beer, wine and/or liquor:
Contact the company that produces the beer, wine and/or liqour by telephone, mail or e-mail. Often they post a list of their distributors an…
That depends That depends on the type of beverage. Spirits don't go bad. In fact, many improve in the bottle, even ones that have been opened. I recently came into possession of five bottles of Scotch, one of them dating to WWII, a Haig & Haig Five Star with the silk-screened lettering on the bo…
Typically, the body can process enough alcohol in an hour's time to
avoid legal intoxication. But if you drink enough to be detected by
a BAC test, it takes about 12 hours for the body to rid itself of
the alcohol to undetectable levels.
Alcoholics develop tolerance to alcohol which means that it takes more and more alcohol to achieve the same effects. However, in "late stage" alcoholism, tolerance decreases and it takes less and less alcohol to achieve the same effects. There is a very real possibility that he is experiencing some …
How about we change this to "Yes, but you must have the proper permits and pay the appropriate state and/or government alcohol taxes." Either that, or change the question to read: "Is it illegal to ship beer?"
Actually, I think the answer is "it depends" on whether the laws of the receivi…
Grain alcohol, which is actually ethanol alcohol. Ethanol is
composed of two carbons surrounded by hydrogens with an O-H group
on the end.
Coca-Cola contains absolutely no alcohol. When Coca-Cola was originally made it did contain some alcohol, but very soon it stopped this entirely.No. It's a soft drink, which means no alcohol.
No, instead of lowering it, there should be stronger enforcement and sticter penalties assessed for violations.
The above is an opinion. In the US generally the drinking age is 21, in the UK it is 18 in public though if eating a meal you can drink at 16 and if at home you can drink from the…
Ethanol is a pure substance, and hence there is only one variant. Ethanol, (or ethyl alcohol), chemical formula CH3CH2OH, is not generally added explicitly to alcoholic beverages, but rather is created during the fermentation process.
amazing drink is -- cranberry juice, orange juice and vodka! cant go wrong with thatalso try champagne and orange juice!
Answer Alcohol first made
Ancient Egypt, Pharoes time I reckon.i think
How long it will take for you to pass a Breathalyzer test after
drinking alcohol, will depend on how much you drank. Alcohol is
metabolized in the body at a rate of .015 of blood alcohol
concentration per hour.
General Effect Alcohol is a DOWNER that reduces activity in the central nervous system.Eyes The eyes may appear somewhat "glossy" and pupils may be slow to respond to stimulus. At high doses pupils may become constricted.Vital Signs At intoxicating doses, alcohol can decrease heart rate, lower blood…
Illegal Ingredient is Thujone
The main flavoring ingredient in absinthe is Artemisia Absinthium, commonly called Wormwood. Present in Wormwood is the chemical, alpha-thujone, which is toxic and has a similar molecular geometry to THC, the active ingredient in cannabis.
Wines are made through the fermentation process. Grapes are squeezed to remove the juices. Yeast is added to the juice and it converts some of the sugars into alcohol. Differences occur by varying the type of grapes, whether or not they are skinned before squeezing, the types of yeast that are used …
There are several bars in the Salt Lake City community.
Answer... Too much alcohol can lead to coma or death. It can damage the brain and your whole system
If you drink too much alchahol your liver and your brain will get damaged and you won't remember anything ,you can't concentrate and your five senses will be low like for example your eyesight yo…
Yes it can. As any compound containing water, wine can freeze.
Yes Although alcohol is banned in Afghanistan, expatriates living there can buy it in certain shops, where they have to show their passport to prove they are a foreigner. yes everyone can buy alcohol in Afghanistan i went to Afghanistan last year i bought visky in kabul and in nangarhar but u have …
There are two different types of beers, ales and lagers. The difference between the two lies in the type of yeast that is used during the fermentation process which results in a difference in taste, aroma, head, and balance. Lagers are most commonly from regions like Germany whereas Ales are more co…
Drink a bottle of water before you go to bed
The general rule of one hour for every standard unit consumed. (or 1 shot liquor, 4 oz wine, 8 oz beer) may be used, but keep in mind several issues, as listed below. This is a variable thing. The more alcohol that is consumed, the longer it takes for it to be eliminated from the body. To be on the …
Its a Eukaryote!!
Flavour in schweppes russchian
I would say the flavour of schweppes russchian (not russian) is peach
I believe it's Angostura bitters.
Drinking, in private, may start at an early age in Italy. There's no law that pinpoints a beginning age for alcohol consumption, in private. But there is a law that sets some public guidelines. According to article 689 of the 'Codice Penale' ['Penal Code'], a 16 year old may buy alcohol as long as i…
Hard alcohol is a misnomer for Liquor. Liquor is a beverage that has been distilled. It can also be called a "spirit". The kind of alcohol in alcoholic beverages is called ethanol (there are many different kinds of alcohol in fact). Alcohol beverages are made by fermentation, using yeast to convert…
Add boiling water to the pack of Jello first, then 3/4 cup cold alcohol and 1/4 cup cold water. Mix and set in small cups, preferably the kind that are wax-coated (the kind they use for ketchup at McDonald's). If you use the small plastic medication cups the Jello sticks and you won't be able to po…
Contrary to common misperception, the Eighteenth Amendment did not prohibit either the purchase or consumption of alcoholic beverages. It was illegal to produce, transport or sell beverage alcohol. However, wine used for religious purposes was not considered a beverage and was permitted.Farmers were…
In percentage of volume, beers generally have 5%, wines about 15% and spirits from 20% up to 50%.
Not just JWBlue but all scotch should be sipped neat. No ice. No water. Room temperature and savored two fingers at a time in a, prefferably clean, whiskey glass.Blends are nice but it becomes difficult to discern all of the wonderful hidden flavors when it gets that complicated. Single malts are pr…
Consumed in moderation, alcohol (beer, wine and spirits) is
strongly associated with better health and greater longevity than
is either abstaining from alcohol or abusing it.
Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant,
intoxicant, analgesic and poison.
Yes, alcohol is a drug. The question sho…
Go to the wineries!
Find out which wineries offer complimentary tasting. However, it is a courtesy to buy wine after you have tasted it.
In Napa Valley the wineries typically charge between $10-$20 per person to taste their wine. There are, however, still many wine areas in California where you …
Yes if kept too long
No, its shelf life is virtually indefinite, due to its high acid content. With no refrigeration required, it's virtually self-preserving despite the fact that you may see some color change (especially in red wine vinegar), sediment settling or clouding; it's just an aesthetic…
Yes. From the brewer to your refrigerator beer will be chilled and
warmed up several times usually. Nothing bad is caused by cooling,
warming and then re-cooling a beer. Extreme temperatures can make
the beer go stale a little faster, but the myth that a beer will go
bad by going fro…
Bicycle company? Mike's is owned by Anthony von Mandl, a Canadian born entepreneur who owns wineries in NAPA valley california.
No, alcohol is not a stimulant, it is a central nervous system depressant in that it slows or depresses the functioning of the body. However, it is often considered a stimulant in that it enhances mood and stimulates conviviality.Alcohol is not a stimulant despite many beliefs. Alcohol is a
Alcohol is a depressant. A substance that is classified as a depressant slows an organism's activity. Alcohol has the same affects as general anesthesia, and has been proved to lower inhibitions. It depresses the central nervous system causing or contributing to other ailments.
Yes, at a sufficiently low temperature.
You had to be age 21 in NC to buy liquor in 1987
Nope Gin is just another type of distilled grain alcohol (moonshine, vodka, ...) with juniper and other aromatic flavors infused. Age in the bottle is unlikely to change the ethanol molecules, and any reactions occurring in the flavoring will also be minimal and a matter of taste.Distilled spirits …
People mostly drink on the holiday of New Year's Eve since it is a new year for everyone to celebrate. So, in a way, many just say, "Hey! Lets get drunk because we rule this new year!"
Could include Tea, Coffee and all sorts of hot drinks. Following this there is fizzy drinks, which may include cola, lemonade.Added to this you could have fizzy water, and soft drinks such as fruit drinks
California has four license types that, in general, must be
purchased on the open market from the existing pool of available
licenses. They are:
47 - on sale general - full liquor - for restaurants
48 - on sale general - full liquor - for bars and nightclubs
(over 21 only)
20 - off sale beer and w…
It is a Brazilian liquor distilled from the juice of unrefined sugarcane juice. It is one of the most popular drinks in Brazil, second only to beer.Caipirinha is made of cachacha.
Actually. . .
You don't want to drink a lot, or get drunk while you're pregnant, but most of the research seems to indicate that a glass of wine or two a week is OK.
16 year, and 18 for spirits
No. Neither is marijuana. A narcotic is a drug derived from opium or opiumlike compounds, with potent analgesic effects associated with significant alteration of mood and behavior, and with the potential for dependence and tolerance following repeated administration.
all of them:D
basically a hangover is your body's response to being poisoned by all the alcohol toxins you consumed the night before.when you have a hangover you probably have a few of these symptoms- headache, nausea, dizziness, weakness, loss of appetite, upset stomach, diarrhea, shaking, excessive thirst, vomi…
There are approximately 25 calories per fluid ounce. For example, there would be Approximately 170 - 175 calories in a 7 fluid ounce serving.
It starts with the ripe agave plant; which can take 7 to 12 years to ripen. These plants -- which are not cacti but succulents -- grow in northern parts of Mexico where they are cut and stripped of the outside spikes. They are then cut up and boiled to form a mash just like the base for…
About 750mL. Price-wise, it depends on the brand. They can sell from $5 to $5000 a bottle.
Wine is high in sugar. The brix of the wine tells you how much
im not 100% on this but ive heard that in midieval days people believed that when a man was drunk and disorderly or mean that evil spirits had entered him thru the drink so it could have to do with that.
Alcohol brings out the spirit(The inner beliefs and morality that guide that particular individ…
I hope you're not asking if it helps you lose weight. Wine is low in nutritios value, but has ~60-100 calories depending on a size of the glass. It makes some people want to eat more, especially once the effect of alcohol starts to weaken. It contain antioxidants which are beneficial to good health.…
The legal drinking age in Ireland is 18. Under 18 can drink as long as the alcohol is purchased by a parent, but you might be asked to show proof that you are of age to drink.
I liter equals about 4 cups.
I liter equals about 4 cups.
A Cocktail made from Vokda, Tomato Juice and a dash of Tobbasco Sauce. It was also the name Given to Mary I of England (The eldest daughter of Henry VIII) because of the number of Protestants who were executed during here reign.
A standard serving of red wine (five ounces) contains 3.5 grams of carbs.
The The Historic Pig and Whistle Inn in Bathurst in the Eastern Cape is the oldest continuously licenced pub in South Africa. It was established in 1832 in the premises of an older blacksmith's shop built in 1821.
In many cases, 18. The law about this is OCGA 3-3-24. It says No person shall allow or require a person in his employment under 18 years of age to dispense, serve, sell or take orders for any alcoholic beverages. This shall not prohibit persons under 18 years of age who are employed in supermarkets…
It depends on how much you have had. Your body gets rid of one unit of alcohol per hour
Beer is really bad for you! Ok? Happy?
In a factory
Yes, but it can be made in distilleries, or even at home. little grandma witherspoon could decide she wants wine and begin mashing grapes. . . A factory is a very basic answer.
There are different ways to measure it, but it seems pretty clear that the exclusive title of "world's most expensive beer" goes to
Sapporo's Space Barley
Price: $110/six-pack ABV: 5.5% Japanese and Russian scientist rocketed barley seeds into the International Space Station and planted them abo…
A volumetric flask is a container that is used to measure the
volume of a liquid with extremely high accuracy. It is the best way
to measure a specific quantity of a liquid.
It cannot be used to measure just any volume (unlike a graduate
cylinder) -- each volumetric flask is designed to measure on…
A distilling flask is a round bottom flask that often has two openings, and some of them have a long neck.
it is used for distillation processes.
See the Web Links to the left for pictures and more information about how to use a distilling flask.
Getting intoxicated can seem to be be fun because alcohol in moderation when it gets into our bodies can have beneficial effects on making you feel happy, reducing or shedding your inhibitions, and easing work-related stress that may be limiting your potential to relax, make friends, socialize and …
One 440 milliliter serving of John Smith's Extra Smooth has 143
calories, but no fat. One serving also contains 10 grams of sugar
and 10 grams of carbohydrate. A 440 milliliter serving is equal to