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which interprets as:
"the FDA hasn't studied these products to verify whether or not they will kill you if you drink them or cause some form of cancer down the road, and that would have been wicked expensive so we're good to sell this stuff! Go for it!"

On the can label, though, they couldn't even be bothered to mention state hazards posted on websites such as:
"? Propylene Glycol can cause nausea and vomiting. ? Exposure can cause headache, dizziness, lightheadedness, and passing out."

Corporate Freedom is great!
-- FC

Easy does it!

Propylene glycol is used as the prep for colonoscopies. It causes no ill effects.... beyond that which is intended as a prep. So.... what about the "hazards" mentioned? Almost anything ingested can cause ill effects if taken in excess, including water.

Rob
Former RB and BL Home Fool, Supernova Portfolio Contributor & Maintenance Fool
He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain what he cannot lose.
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