Features May 2016 Issue

Cayenne for Canines: They're Not Too Hot!

Peppers are the ripe fruit of Capsicum plants, which grow around the world and are famous for their culinary and medicinal uses.

Cayenne for Canines: They're Not Too Hot!

Cayenne is the International Herb Association’s “Herb of the Year” – and so useful for our dogs!

Since 1985, the International Herb Association has announced its Herb of the Year during National Herb Week, which this year is May 1 through 7. The IHA has just published Capsicum: Herb of the Year 2016, a book that reviews chili peppers and their growing conditions and uses, and the organization helps garden centers and herb farms promote its featured plant.

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