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Is mallotus villosus vegan?

Mallotus villosus is a non-vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is mallotus villosus?

Mallotus villosus, also known as the hairy rattlepod or woolly malotus, is a plant species that belongs to the Euphorbiaceae family. It is commonly found in tropical regions of Asia, including India and Sri Lanka. The fruit of the Mallotus villosus is often used in traditional medicine for its anti-inflammatory and antirheumatic properties. In culinary applications, the dried seeds of this plant are sometimes used as a spice in Indian cuisine. The leaves of the plant have also been used to make textiles and paper. Overall, Mallotus villosus is a versatile plant with a variety of uses across industries.

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