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Glycerin USP

Glycerin is derived from palm oil. Palm oil is the best in the world comes from Indonesia for a sufficient amount of palm oil. Certified, viscous fluid USP provides a thick cloud of steam and has a light, sweet taste. Glycerine has a purity of 99.7 % and preserved in HDPE plastic bottles. This makes fluid crisp and fresh until ready to be opened and mixed.
Glycerin, glycerine and glycerol are 3 names for the same substance. The name glycerin or glycerine is usually used as a product name and the name glycerol for the ingredient, for example, glycerin syrup contains 99.7 glycerol.
Glycerol vs triglycerides. Glycerol naturally occurring in foods and in the human body is usually joined with fatty acids and forms triglycerides, which are lipids, but again, glycerol as a standalone molecule is not a lipid but carbohydrate. When triglycerides are digested, they are broken down into glycerol and fatty acids, which are absorbed.

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