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Is pimaracin vegan?

Pimaracin is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is pimaracin?

Pimaracin is a natural compound that belongs to the class of diarylheptanoids. It is derived from the plant Alnus japonica and has been extensively studied for its potential therapeutic applications due to its anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties. Pimaracin has been found to be effective against a variety of pathogens including bacteria, fungi and viruses, making it a promising candidate for the development of new drugs. Additionally, pimaracin has also shown to have potential as a functional food ingredient, with studies suggesting it may improve gut health and reduce inflammation in the body.

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