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Is awapuhi vegan?

Awapuhi, also known as wild ginger, is a tropical plant native to Hawaii. The rhizomes of the plant are used in cooking and traditional medicine. Awapuhi has a mildly sweet and spicy flavor with hints of pine and citrus. It is commonly used as a seasoning in dishes like stir-fries, marinades, and sauces, or brewed into tea for its health benefits. The powerful anti-inflammatory properties of awapuhi make it a popular ingredient in natural skincare products such as shampoos and conditioners, helping to soothe and nourish the scalp and hair.

Awapuhi is a vegan food ingredient.

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