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  1. #1
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    Talking Tumeric

    Does anyone know if there's a list of squirrel safe herbs/spices anywhere? Trying to find out if tumeric is safe to add to treats for Peanut. I only found 1 very old posting from this site and no info anywhere else on the subject.

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    Default Re: Tumeric

    I've been looking for years wondering if fresh herbs were alright like thyme, rosemary etc
    I've yet to find anything so I just don't give it to mine outside of parsley which can't say mine even like it.

    I'm still curious to know as I feel so limited in the food I give, must get boring 🙄
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    Default Re: Tumeric

    Though Tumeric is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, thus reducing pain to some degree; it is also known to be high in oxalic acid, which readily bonds with calcium thus reducing the amount available from the diet for the tissues and bones.

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