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Are sperm whale intestines vegan?

Sperm whale intestines is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is sperm whale intestines?

Sperm whale intestines, also known as "Ambra," have been used in traditional medicines and perfumes for centuries. These rare and precious ingredients are harvested from the world's largest predator, the sperm whale, and are known for their strong musky aroma and unique properties. Ambra has been historically used to treat various ailments, including asthma and headaches, and is also used as a fixative in perfumes to enhance the longevity of the fragrance. Due to its rarity and high demand, Ambra is considered a luxury ingredient, prized by fragrance houses and traditional medicine practitioners alike.

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