I stay away from anything lubrication wise, that is made from any type of plant oils or extracts. There is absolutely zero advantage to using them in place of petroleum products. This includes Frog Lube, Eezox, mineral oil, (Ballistol), and everything else. There are threads popping up on gun forums everywhere recently, about Frog Lube gumming up guns that have been stored for any length of time. This is because plant oils have a very limited shelf life. Like anything vegetable or plant related, they go bad and spoil over time.
There was a lube out called "Fireclean" that was nothing more than Crisco Canola Oil in a 2 ounce bottle with a sky high price. It actually had a "use by" date on it. Another big problem with these plant based lubricants, is they can gum up very badly if they are mixed with ANY petro based oil. They require you to completely remove any and all petro based oils and or solvents before you use them. And once you do you can ONLY use them. That is too limiting. With petroleum based gun lubricants you can mix whatever you want without any negative reaction. When you take all of this into consideration, along with the fact they do nothing any better, I see absolutely no reason to mess with them.