•   Jo Segrave-Daly commented on this post about 1 year ago
    Was having a chat with a friend yesterday about cayenne pepper and he said he was told that he was allergic to chilis but ok with cayenne as the skin (which has irritant ) is removed before making cayenne. Is that correct? Sounds unlikely to me and never seen mention of that before but as always learning.
    • Sorry this should be in herbal medicine group. No idea how to move and delete
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    • Sorry meant to be a ?, not a ! 😁
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    • Do t worry. The Herbal Medicine group is open too so posting it there is sort of the same as posting it here. It’s an interesting question. I haveDo t worry. The Herbal Medicine group is open too so posting it there is sort of the same as posting it here. It’s an interesting question. I have never heard about that, but I think it would be a good idea to look it up.
       I have tried lots of Chili peppers here and there and they can be quite brutal so perhaps there is something very special about Cayenne?  Let us know if you find anything interesting Alice..
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    • From what I’m reading the whole fruit is dried and ground for cayenne. I’m also reading that ‘chilli’ powders can be problematic for some people asFrom what I’m reading the whole fruit is dried and ground for cayenne. I’m also reading that ‘chilli’ powders can be problematic for some people as they are a blend with onion garlic mustard cumin even nuts so if your friend eats ‘chilli’ and ‘chilli’ salsa and powders/ products then the reaction she has could be to any of those and not the chilli itself. Cayenne of course is pure. ✨  More ...
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