The Question Do you smoke glycerin? The Advertisement Looks like plastic - but it isn't! 100% natural paper - 80% cellulose, 14% glycerin, 6% water The cellulose used in normal papers is processed to a greater degree and in this process chlorine (the bleaching agent) is used [Chlorine is not healthy!] Also various heavy metals and poisons - such as lead and arsenic - are used in the production of normal paper, all bad stuff which is not needed in the manufacture of the transparent paper. In short - Our papers have no "extra stuff" that you and I don’t need, or which is even harmful to us, in them. The transparent papers adds absolutely NO taste or smell to the smoking experience, thus ensuring you the pure taste of the tobacco. Our transparent paper burns slowly and evenly and bottom line is that you do less harm to your self and the planet when you smoke your tobacco or herb. The Science "In organic chemistry, acrolein or propenal is the simplest unsaturated aldehyde. Acrolein is described as having a piercing, disagreeable, acrid smell. Skin exposure causes serious damage. Acrolein concentrations of 2 ppm are immediately dangerous to life. Acrolein may be easily produced by the action of approximately 1 part sodium bisulfate on 3 parts glycerine by weight. Acrolein is such a severe pulmonary irritant and lacrimating agent that it has been used as a chemical weapon during World War I. It is, however, not outlawed by the Chemical Weapons Convention. When glycerol is heated to 280°C, is decomposes into acrolein. Acrolein is also a metabolite of the chemotherapy drug cyclophosphamide, and is associated with hemorrhagic cystitis." ________________________________________ Links about subject covered. eBay Auction Example of the element precentages Cellulose - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia aLeda The Original One Have a good one.