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  Cayenne pepper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cayenne pepper is a hot red pepper used to flavor dishes; its name comes from the city of Cayenne in French Guiana.
Cayenne is used in cooking spicy hot dishes, as a powder or in its whole form (such as in Szechuan cuisine).
Cayenne is a traditional treatment, as well as modern, most notably for the pulmonary and digestive systems.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cayenne_pepper   (389 words)

  
 Cayenne pepper for improved blood flow
Cayenne pepper (also called Capsicum frutescens) is a stimulating herb made from the dried pods of chili peppers and is well known for its pungent taste and smell.
Cayenne is a popular spice used in many different regional styles of cooking, but it has also been used medicinally for thousands of years.
Cayenne is often referred to as chili, which is the Aztec name for cayenne pepper.
www.healingdaily.com /detoxification-diet/cayenne.htm   (893 words)

  
 Welcome to The Supplement Research Foundation
Cayenne pepper has some unique metabolic and thermogenic properties based on its capsaicin content (which is the active ingredient).
Cayenne pepper has been noted for hundreds of years to increase perspiration and influence body temperature.
Cayenne’s effects on thermogenesis are mainly attributed to capsaicin’s activation of the sympathetic nervous system (you know, stimulation of epinephrine and norepinephrine).
www.tsrf.com /supplements/supplements_cayenne.htm   (169 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper and Colloidal Silver   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
This document explores using cayenne pepper to increase colloidal silver effectiveness.
Despite the initial discomfort, it is critical that the cayenne come in contact with the tongue as the cayenne acts as a metabolic catalyst.
It is always wise to use cayenne pepper sparingly when the body is not adjusted to use (the same can be said of colloidal silver).
www.silvermedicine.org /cayenneandsilver.html   (710 words)

  
 The Health Benefits of Cayenne; Cayenne Pepper, Cayenne Pepper by the pound, Cayenne Pepper in bulk, bulk Cayenne   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Cayenne regulates the flow of blood from the head to the feet so that the pressure is equalized; it influences the heart immediately, then gradually extends its effects to the arteries, capillaries, and nerves (the frequency of the pulse is not increased, but is given more vigor).
Cayenne is a rich source of Vitamin A and C. Cayenne is the purest and most certain stimulant—Cayenne increases the power of the pulse, and carries blood to all parts of the body.
Cayenne is very advantageously given in chronic gout, paralysis, fevers, and other cases; in the coma and delirium attendant on tropical fever, cataplasms of capsicum are said to have a speedy and happy effect.
www.jcrows.com /cayenne.html   (14768 words)

  
 Cayenne
The hot and spicy taste of cayenne pepper is primarily due to an ingredient known as capsaicin.
Cayenne is a shrub that grows in subtropical and tropical climates.
However, cayenne may be used externally in older children as an ointment (standardized to contain 0.02% to 0.05% capsaicin) for the treatment of muscle pain and as a deterrent for thumb sucking.
www.umm.edu /altmed/ConsHerbs/Cayennech.html   (1936 words)

  
 Cayenne pepper
Cayenne pepper is a finely ground powder prepared from the seeds and pods of various types of chilli.
Cayenne should not be used to the same degree as paprika, which it resembles, for it is much stronger.
Cayenne pepper can be used as a spice in cooking; or as a condiment at table, generally with seafoods, such as oysters, sardines, smoked salmon and trout, scallops, fried mussels, crab, lobster and crayfish.
www.theepicentre.com /Spices/cayenne.html   (989 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper
The greatest benefit of using cayenne pepper in natural medicine comes from cayenne's ability to rapidly stimulate the circulatory system and deliver fresh blood, oxygen and nutrients to the heart and other organs in the body.
In order to maximize the benefits associated with cayenne pepper, a high quality product must be used, with a true rating of between 90,000 and 150,000 HU (heat units).
It is always wise to use cayenne pepper sparingly when the body is not adjusted to use.
www.happyherbalist.com /cayenne.htm   (781 words)

  
 Enterprise Java Community: Cayenne: Being Productive with Object Relational Mapping   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Cayenne breaks the the common stereotype that a server-side open source product can be either a library or a command-line application.
One of the cornerstones of Cayenne is a concise and readable expression language for object and database graph traversal and SQL-like conditions.
Cayenne does not attempt to create its own SQL dialect and force users to program in it, since it would be redundant and inherently limited (so there is no "CQL").
theserverside.com /articles/article.tss?l=Cayenne   (3059 words)

  
 Out of the Frying Pan! Herb & Spice Encyclopedia: Cayenne Pepper
The same peppers are now grown in India, Japan, and Africa, but the name Cayenne pepper stuck.
Unlike its milder cousins, cayenne pepper uses the seeds and membranes (where you'll find the fire) of a high-capsicum chile, making it especially hot and pungent.
Cayenne pepper is widely used in savory dishes is especially well suited to cheese and egg dishes, as its heat is a great foil to rich ingredients.
www.outofthefryingpan.com /spices/cayenne.pepper.shtml   (143 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Cayenne peppers tend to be long and hooked and they terminate in a sharp point.
Cayennes are pungent peppers with heat scores that measure between 30,000 and 50,000 Scoville heat units.
Use caution when handling these chiles: cayenne peppers are so hot that they can instantly irritate the skin on the hands and it can be excruciating if they come in contact with the eyes.
www.kroger.com /hn/Food_Guide/Cayenne_Pepper.htm   (468 words)

  
 Capsicum frutescens L. - Cayenne pepper.
Cayenne pepper, red pepper, Chili pepper, lombok riewit, piment, pimento, lombok besar, cabe besar, lada besar.
Cayenne pepper is a small shrub with alternate and oval to lanceolate leaves; this plant is native to tropical America.
Cayenne pepper since there are a lot of therapeutic actions associated with it such as: aphrodisiac, diaphoretic, expectorant, neural stimulant, rubefacient, synergist vasomotor stimulant, topical vasodilator, etc.
www.tropilab.com /capsicum.html   (251 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne Pepper is made from the dried pods of pungent chili peppers.
Cayenne Pepper is traditionaly used in Mexican and Italian cooking.
Cayenne Peppers were grown for thousands of years in the West Indies and Central and South America.
www.culinarycafe.com /Spices_Herbs/Cayenne_Pepper.html   (182 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper Cures
Cayenne Pepper is an herb made from the dried pods of chili peppers.
High in Vitamins A, C, B complex, calcium and potassium, cayenne is a wonderful healing aid for the digestive system since it acts as a catalyst and increases the effectiveness of other foods and herbs when used with them.
Cayenne is traditionally used by herbalists to cure stomach aches, cramping, gas, varicose veins, allergies, and constipation.
www.earthclinic.com /Remedies/cayenne.html   (4351 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper - Allrecipes
Cayenne pepper is also known as red pepper, having been named after the high-heat chilies grown in the vicinity of the Cayenne River in French Guiana.
Cayenne pepper adds heat and bite to seasoning blends, meats, pickles, seafood, Italian, Indian, Mexican and Caribbean cuisines.
In innocent confusion or perhaps to save face, the Spaniards named their discovery "pepper." There is no relationship between the capsicum pods and the true pepper berries, but the misnomer "pepper" has stuck.
allrecipes.com /HowTo/cayenne-pepper/Detail.aspx   (218 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper
Modern Herbalism is also recommending Cayenne pepper as a preventative against hardening of the arteries, stroke, and heart disease.
An unusual plant, the leaves are broad and kind of puffy and wrinkled looking, branching on woody stems that tend to have a slightly purple color at the nodes, an interesting contrast when the fruits achieve their range of yellow to red in color.
Cayenne pepper are not only full of flavor, but contain more Vitamins A and C than almost any other vegetable or herb you can grow.
members.cox.net /azyza1614/herbalism/cayenne_pepper.htm   (932 words)

  
 Cayenne (Capsicum Frutescens), Cayenne Pepper Fruit   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Cayenne is the most useful and valuable herb in the herb kingdom, not only for the entire digestive system, but also for the heart and circulatory system.
Cayenne Pepper is a very high source of Vitamins A and C, has the complete B complexes, and is very rich in organic calcium and potassium, which is one of the reasons it is good for the heart.
Cayenne Pepper is the greatest herbal aid to circulation and can be used on a regular basis.
www.getnutri.com /Cayenne.html   (613 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne pepper is our hottest ground red pepper, this cayenne clocks in at 40,000 scoville heat units (HOT!).
In early American cooking, cayenne pepper was added to many dishes; not just for heat, but also for its subtle enhancement of other flavors.
When a recipe calls for red pepper, this is the pepper it means.
www.thespicehouse.com /spices/cayenne-pepper   (93 words)

  
 Creative Minds Unlimited: Herbal Remedies: Herb of the Month
Dried and ground, cayenne, also known as chili pepper, may well be the hottest item on your spice rack, but it is probably the hottest item in your medicine chest as well.
Cayenne is actually a stimulant, and as such it improves blood circulation.
Cayenne often makes up a small part of many herb formulas because as a stimulant it assists the effectiveness of the other herbs.
www.create.org /elchai/hlibcay.htm   (2041 words)

  
 Pepper Profile: Cayenne
Cayenne acreage in the U.S. rose from 2500 acres in 1994 to 4500 acres in 1995.
However, the cayenne you buy for use in capsules and cooking may not be made from the cayenne pod type--in fact, it probably is not.
He discovered cayenne, he wrote, early in his career while searching for something that would produce "a strong heat in the body" and retain it until "cankers of the body" were removed.
www.fiery-foods.com /dave/profile_cayenne.html   (1720 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper extract organic capsules
Cayenne or Capsicum derives its name from the Greek, 'to bite', in allusion to the hot pungent properties of the fruit and seeds.
The capsaicin in cayenne blocks a chemical involved in the nerve transmission of pain.
Put a heaping tablespoon of dried and powered cayenne pepper in a shallow pan over a low flame and allow the fumes to pervade the air.
www.anniesremedy.com /herb_detail122.php   (574 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper-Remedies - Alternative Medicine
Many of our grandmothers relied on a pinch of cayenne pepper and a finely chopped garlic clove in a bowl of hot chicken soup (use organic chickens) as the best way to fight the aches, pain and fever from a colds and flu.
Cayenne pepper will get the body’s fluids flowing, which in turns works to drain stuffy sinuses.
Cayenne also seems to work well with vitamin C. An Old Amish herb remedy called super C has cayenne, ginger and vitamin A in with vitamin C, to make it more potent.
www.bellaonline.com /articles/art43844.asp   (799 words)

  
 Spices at Penzeys Spices Cayenne Pepper
Cayenne pepper has the power to make any dish fiery hot, but it also has a subtle flavor-enhancing quality.
In Early American cookbooks, a dash of cayenne was often added to a dish, not so much for heat, but rather to improve the overall flavor.
A dash of cayenne pepper boosts the flavor of low-salt or low-fat dishes and can be used in place of whole chili peppers in barbecue sauce, chili and other hot dishes.
www.penzeys.com /cgi-bin/penzeys/p-penzeyscayenne.html   (147 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The fruit, or pepper, is a many seeded pod with a leathery outside.
History: The first North American to advocate Cayenne pepper in healing was Samuel Thomson, creator of Thomsonian herbal medicine, which enjoyed considerable popularity before the Civil War.
Cayenne should not be given to children under age 2.
www.indianspringherbs.com /cayenne_pepper.htm   (626 words)

  
 Herbal Descriptions - Cayenne - Capsicum frutescens
apsaicin, capsanthine, beta carotene, flavonoids, and Vitamin C. Cayenne peppers vary greatly in the amount of heat they induce, and are actually categorized from anywhere between 0 to 300,000 scovile units.
Cayenne is generally regarded as safe unless you have existing ulcers or a history of stomach problems.
Cayenne may be kind to your stomach lining, but rub into your eyes and you've got an entirely different story.
www.viable-herbal.com /herbdesc1/1cayenne.htm   (989 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper, Spices, and “The Master Cleanser”
But my belief is that cayenne is a harmful substance and doesn’t have healing properties, at least not enough to justify eating it.
Since there is an increased outpouring of mucous when cayenne is eaten, it is falsely assumed that the pepper is cleaning out old mucous deposits from the body.
Blood stream is build by eating a variety of foods, and there is nothing special in maple syrup, cayenne pepper and lemon juice that will make that process better or faster.
www.fredericpatenaude.com /articles/cayenne.html   (1125 words)

  
 Cayenne Pepper/Capsicum
There was always an ample supply of Cayenne Pepper in his bag whenever he made a house call.
He saw the bottle of Cayenne Pepper capsules and figured that would surely kill him, so he took a handful.
Brave soul that she is, she stuck it directly into cayenne pepper.
www.newconnexion.net /article/05-01/capsicum.html   (693 words)

  
 Kitchen Dictionary: cayenne pepper
The cayenne chile is a bright red chile that ranges from 2-5 inches long and about 1/2 inch in diameter.
Cayenne chiles are generally sold dried and used in soups and sauces.
The word cayenne seems to come from kian, the name of a pepper among the Tupi Indians in what is now French Guiana and was named after either the Cayenne River or the capital of the country, Cayenne.
www.recipezaar.com /library/getentry.zsp?id=320   (192 words)

  
 Curing With Cayenne - Amazing healing power of cayenne pepper
Cayenne- Hawthorn: A synergistic blend of popular cayenne and hawthorn combined with powerful antioxidants Vitamin E and Lecithi
This is why so many, many amazing instances have come to light, people who have used cayenne when they had heart attacks because, in most cases, your heart attack is a case of malnutrition.
Cayenne- Hawthorn: A synergistic blend of popular cayenne and hawthorn combined with powerful antioxidants Vitamin E and Lecithin.
www.shirleys-wellness-cafe.com /cayenne.htm   (9140 words)

  
 Cook's Thesaurus: Fresh Chiles
cayenne pepper = finger chili = ginnie pepper = bird pepper Equivalents: One pepper = 1/8 teaspoon ground Notes: These are often used in Cajun recipes.
Green cayennes appear in the summer, while hotter red cayennes come out in the fall.
Substitutes: chile de arbol OR Thai pepper OR habanero OR jalapeno OR serrano OR cascabel OR pequin OR tepin OR Holland OR cherry pepper
www.foodsubs.com /Chilefre.html   (816 words)

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