Posted on: December 2, 2021 Posted by: Logan Coleman Comments: 0

BHT stands for butylated hydroxytoluene. It is a derivative of phenol. And it works wonders as an antioxidant and as an antiviral. Bht is not only used for livestock feed additives but it can be used for baking purposes as well. The butylated hydroxytoluene bht is present in fats and oil. It acts as a great antioxidant since it binds all the oxygen molecules and inhibits the spoilage of fats and oils from the baked good. Bht acts the same way in feed additives that are commonly used for poultry or livestock animals. Another commonly asked question or query is whether bht is safe to be used or not. The answer is yes. It can be used as it is FDA approved and the amount that can be added is about 0.2 or 200 parts per million. The quantity and quality of BHT is well evaluated and balanced accordingly. Bht is used for multiple purposes. It can be used for treating many viral diseases as well. It is used in humans for treating herpes disease and also to treat immune deficiency syndromes. You can also use bht directly over the skin surface too. The benefits are countless. The bht additives are available in safe bottles at room temperature in the form of white crystalline powder. It acts as a pure antioxidant and the level of purity found in it is 99%. The taste approved is tasteless and it has no smell therefore when given to the poultry animals it becomes easy and safe as well. The nil taste and smell makes it easy for the animals to take and digest it all readily. The quantity of bht is sufficient and the price associated with it is also pretty reasonable and can be purchased easily.