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Is goldenseal vegan?

Goldenseal is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is goldenseal?

Goldenseal is a versatile herbaceous plant that is native to North America. The plant's bright yellow roots and rhizomes are the primary sources of its medicinal properties, which have been used for centuries in traditional medicine. Goldenseal is known for its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and immune-boosting properties, making it a popular ingredient in natural remedies. It contains compounds such as berberine and hydrastine, which have been shown to be effective against a range of health issues, including respiratory infections, digestive problems, and skin conditions. Goldenseal is also commonly used as a natural remedy for colds and flu, allergies, and menstrual cramps.

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