The edible oils in edible cotton seed oil, tea tree oil, and edible thymes are the most common edible oils, according to the Canadian Association of Food Producers (CFPP).
The oil from the edible oils is extracted and processed into the oils that make the oil from edible thymbols, tea leaves, and other plants.
These oils are sold as “bio-ethanol.”
The bio-ethol is not the same as alcohol.
The edible oil has the same chemicals that are used in alcohol, and is not considered a drug or illegal substance.
It is safe for most people to consume.
But there are some people who can be sensitive to the alcohol content of edible oils.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says people who are sensitive to alcohol should avoid consuming them.
“The only way to safely enjoy these oils is to limit the amount of alcohol consumed,” the CFIA said in a news release.
“Because of this, these oils are not recommended for use by people who have been diagnosed with alcohol dependence.”
If you or someone you know is sensitive to any of these oils, talk to a doctor to learn more about how to safely consume them.
This article was originally published on CBC News.