Propylene glycol alginate

What’s suspicious about it? Sodium chloride is an antifreezing agent, too, but we need that just to live.

(And of course, propylene glycol has a number of other uses.)
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Actually, it is anti-freeze, but unlike ethylene glycol which is highly toxic, propylene glycol is fairly non-toxic in the amounts you find in most foods. A mixture of 60% propylene glycol and 40% water can protect against freezing down to -60 degrees F.

Here’s an article on proylene glycol’s toxicity: http://www.inchem.org/documents/pims/chemical/pim443.htm#SectionTitle:7.2%20%20Toxicity

I would personally avoid the proylene glycol bong at Frat parties.

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A newbie,
Frederic Kahler
Apalachicola, FL 32320