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Is seven sisters rose vegan?

Seven sisters rose is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is seven sisters rose?

Seven Sisters Rose is a type of flowering plant that produces clusters of delicate pink blossoms. The fragrance of this rose is heavenly, and it has been used in various cultures for medicinal and culinary purposes for centuries. From teas, jams, and syrups to cosmetics and perfumes, Seven Sisters Rose has a wide range of uses due to its captivating aroma and subtle flavor. This ingredient is considered to have anti-inflammatory properties and is often used to alleviate stress and anxiety. Seven Sisters Rose is a versatile ingredient that adds an exotic twist to any dish or product it is used in.

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