What Does Extract Ratio Mean?
In chemistry and supplements, extract ratio refers to the ratio of the mass or volume of a solute (a substance dissolved in a solvent) to the mass or volume of the solvent in a solution. The extract ratio can be expressed as a mass ratio or a volume ratio, depending on the units used. This means that 10g of the raw Blushwood material is concentrated into 1g of our powdered extract.
The extract ratio is a measure of the concentration of a solution and can be used to compare the strength of different solutions. For example, a sugar solution with a higher extract ratio (i.e., a higher concentration of sugar) will taste sweeter than a sugar solution with a lower extract ratio.