Definitions for "Cayenne"
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An herb (Capsicum frutescens) (Capsicum annuum). Cayenne is also referred to as Capsicum, chili pepper or red pepper and comes from the family Solanaceae. These plants have been highly valued as spices and are extensively cultivated, which results in peppers widely differing from one another in size, shape and pungency.
Cayenne pepper is used to describe almost any hot, finely ground red chile pepper, but it was named after several tropical varieties that originated in Cayenne in French Guiana.
Cayenne was an instrumental track by The Beatles on the 1995 album Anthology 1. Unlike most songs by Paul Mc Cartney while he was in the Beatles, it wasn't credited to Lennon/Mc Cartney, but just McCartney. The track was recorded at a jam at McCartney's house circa late 1960.
Increases circulation and metabolism, thermogenesis
This herb is included for its ability to help increase circulation, distribute nutrients to the tissues in the body and improve digestion.
Is used to ward off disease and equalize blood circulation. It may also prevent strokes and heart attacks by increasing the heart action but not the blood pressure. It has the ability to rebuild tissue and also helps combat fatigue.
Keywords:  smoky, tart, bright, diameter, flavor
acidic, smoky, tart flavor; 5 to 6 inch long and half an inch in diameter; matures from dark green to bright red
Keywords:  gain, basic, sums, dependent, language
Cayenne is a functional programming language with dependent types. The basic types are functions, products, and sums. Functions and products use dependent types to gain additional power.