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Our Vegetable Glycerine is premium quality pharmaceutical grade so can be used in any application. Also known as Vegetable Glycerol, and VG.
- USP premium quality pharmaceutical grade
- Can be used in all applications
- Ideal for use in E liquid, Food, cosmetic products
- Suitable for Vegans, Non-GMO. Non-Irradiated, Kosher friendly, Halal friendly, cruelty free.
- Recommended Storage Conditions: Store in cool and dry conditions never in direct sunlight. Use within 12 months.
- Ingredients: Vegetable Glycerine (99.9% Pure) E422
- Dietary Information: Suitable for Vegans, Vegetarians, Non-GMO. Non-Irradiated, Kosher friendly, Halal friendly.
- Nutritional Information: Based on typical content/100g: Energy: 1700kj/ 400kcal, Fat: 0g, Carbohydrate: 100g, Of which sugars: 0g, Protein: 0g, Salt: 0g.
Uses of Vegetable Glycerin (VG)
Vegetable glycerin is a very useful item in the kitchen and around the house. It can be used multiple ways and is a great alternative to other products that may not be as natural. Some people use it in their cooking, others use it for beauty purposes, and others use it for medicinal needs. Glycerin is also known as glycerol or vegetable glycerin. It's a clear liquid made from vegetable oil extracts, which makes it safe for those with allergies or sensitivities such as gluten intolerance or lactose intolerance because there are no animal products involved at all!
VG, or vegetable glycerin, is a clear, odourless liquid used for a multitude of health and beauty applications
VG can be used as a skin moisturizer to provide hydration to the epidermis while also improving the skin's appearance by helping to minimize fine lines and wrinkles.
VG is also beneficial when it comes to removing makeup. Simply apply some VG onto your face with a cotton ball and wipe away! It will remove all traces of gunk from your pores—even waterproof mascara—without drying out your skin like alcohol-based removers often do.
Finally, this versatile substance can be used as a thickening agent in food recipes (such as jams) or vape solutions because it has minimal flavour when ingested orally; this makes it great for adding viscosity without affecting taste!
It is a natural skin moisturizer that can soothe and hydrate acne-prone skin and remove makeup
Vegetable glycerin is a natural skin moisturizer that can soothe and hydrate acne-prone skin. It's also great at removing makeup, making it a good choice for people with dry or oily/combination skin. But its best use may be as an acne treatment—VG has been shown to reduce inflammation caused by breakouts and may even help prevent new pimples from forming.
The last thing you want to do when you get home after a long day is spend more time on your face, but if you have sensitive or oily skin, it's worth the extra few minutes (and maybe some extra money). With VG as your nighttime moisturizer of choice, you'll wake up looking refreshed without any greasy residue left over from hours of slathering on lotion in front of Netflix.
Raw VG is a food additive that serves as an alternative to alcohol in creating tinctures
Vegetable glycerin is used to create tinctures, which are herbal remedies that are made by soaking herbs or other medicinal ingredients in alcohol. For example, you can use this thick liquid to make an herbal remedy for sore throats by combining the following:
2 tablespoons of raw vinegar
2 tablespoons of raw honey (or another sweetener)
1 tablespoon of vegetable glycerin
VG can be used as a thickening agent in making herbal preparations
Vegetable glycerin can be used as a thickening agent in making herbal preparations.
You can use vegetable glycerin in a variety of ways to make herbal preparations.
Vegetable glycerin is a natural skin moisturizer that can soothe and hydrate acne-prone skin.
VG can be used to make vape solutions
VG is a great base for vape juice. It's sweet and has a smooth texture, which makes it ideal for those who want to avoid the throat hit of PG. VG can also be used in conjunction with other vegetable glycerin-based e-liquids like propylene glycol (PG) to create a variety of vaping experiences, from thick and syrupy to thin and diluted.
Because VG is more viscous than PG, it can make it hard to vape with if you choose not use any diluting agents such as flavourings or nicotine.
A blend of vegetable glycerin and propylene glycol are commonly used in nebulizer treatments.
Vegetable glycerin is a natural alternative to propylene glycol (PG), which has long been the standard for nebulizer treatment solutions. Vegetable glycerin is typically more expensive than PG, but it has some advantages as well.
Vegetable glycerin can be used safely by most people with respiratory conditions such as asthma and COPD. However, it is important that you consult your doctor before using a different type of treatment solution than what has been prescribed by your healthcare provider.
VG is an ingredient found in many cough syrups because it helps liquify mucus, which allows for easier expectoration
Vegetable glycerin is a natural food additive that has been used for hundreds of years. It's most commonly used as an ingredient in cough syrups, which helps liquify mucus and make it easier to cough up. VG can also be used to make vape solutions for people who want to quit smoking cigarettes or tobacco products.
It is used by some people as a sweetener because it has a purified sweetness without any added flavour or additives
Vegetable glycerin is a sweetener, but it is not a sugar substitute. It does have 8 calories per teaspoon, but it's considered to be a “0” on the glycemic index (GI). This means that your body does not break it down slowly and that it doesn't cause blood sugars to rise rapidly like table sugar does.
It's also not a fibre or fat; instead, vegetable glycerin consists of almost pure water (about 95%) with no calories at all. Even though some foods contain added fibre and fat—which can interfere with nutrient absorption—vegetable glycerin will not affect how well your body absorbs nutrients or other substances from food because it has no calories or carbs whatsoever!
Because vegetable glycerin has such little impact on blood glucose levels, some people use it as part of their diabetes management strategy in place of other sweeteners like honey or maple syrup."
It contributes tenderness, moisture preservation and flavor to baked good recipes. Try using it instead of corn syrup when making candy or frosting
Vegetable glycerin is a natural sweetener that can be used in place of corn syrup. It has a clean taste and no additives, making it a good alternative to corn syrup for those who want to avoid sugar or other sweeteners. When you bake with vegetable glycerin, you will notice that your baked goods are more tender and moist than they would have been otherwise.
Vegetable glycerin also contributes flavour and moisture preservation during the baking process. The vegetable glycerin bonds with water molecules as they are heated, creating an environment in which yeast thrives while protecting other ingredients from burning or drying out too much. This makes vegetable glycerin an important component in baked goods such as breads, cakes and cookies (especially those made without eggs).
In addition to adding moisture to baked goods, it has been shown to inhibit the growth of Streptococcus mutans bacteria that cause cavities when consumed regularly with sugar. So you can see why it is a good idea to use VG in your baking recipes whenever possible.
VG has many uses!
Vegetable glycerin is a clear, odourless liquid that has many uses. It's used in food and medicine, can be used to make vape solutions and it's an ingredient in cough syrups.
Vegetable Glycerin Benefits:
VG is FDA approved for use as a food additive.
It is used in making candy, baked goods and soft drinks due to its sweet taste and ability to reduce calories from sugars like sucrose (table sugar).
VG hydrates skin more effectively than water alone because of its high moisture content when applied topically onto the skin surface; this makes it an excellent moisturizer for dry skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis. For more information on VG see our blog.
Pharmaceutical Grade Vegetable Glycerin Base, perfect for making your own e liquids, our vegetable glycerin is not diluted before use and full COA is available for both products. Save time and try using our VG mix.
Vegetable Glycerin is a key component in making high quality E liquids.
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