Valerian Root may be able to help people suffering with anxiety , insomnia and depression.Valerian is also used as a mild tranquilizer for people experiencing emotional stress, much as anti-anxiety drugs are prescribed and has been prescribed for exhaustion. Whatever you use please use in moderation and speak to your doctor . Valerian calms anxiety, lowers blood pressure, eases menstrual pain and may help with insomnia.
I suggest Natures Bounty Valerian Root with Passion Flower . The brand is not paying me, but the product is so good I have to share it .
The world can be so stressful . We have to find ways to seek balance and be calm. If you cannot control something let it go.
Here are a few herbs that when used in moderation can help you find balance.
Ashwaganda has anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, adaptogenic, antipyretic and antimicrobial (germ-fighting) benefits as well as its anti-anxiety and mood-elevating capabilities.
- Passionflower. **
- Passiflora incarnta may provide relief from problems like nervousness . It helps you mellow out by boosting the brain’s levels of a chemical called GABA, which lowers your brain activity. ..
Jamaica Culinary Tours :: Nyam An Guh Weh Tour (Falmouth To Ocho Rios, St. Ann Bus Tour)
Nyam An Guh Weh Tour (Falmouth To Ocho Rios, St. Ann Bus Tour)
Journey with us on our one of a kind Nyam An’ Guh Weh (Eat and Leave!) Tour that takes you on a culinary and cultural journey back in time. This walking and bus tour combo starts in the town of Falmouth which boasts the best preserved Georgian architecture in the Caribbean. From Falmouth we cross parish borders into the lush ‘garden parish’ of St. Ann where Columbus first landed, declaring our island ‘the fairest isle that mine eyes had ever beheld’.
On this fascinating food and heritage journey you will traverse along the beautiful coastline overlooking the Caribbean Sea, through small townships and into the tourism mecca of Ocho Rios. Along the way, you will have a chance to taste authentic Jamaican cuisine through five food and beverage tastings in diverse settings ranging from streetside casual to the elegantly rustic. You will have a chance to meet the locals, experience the “real” Jamaica and learn why our cuisine and our peoples are an intriguing melting pot of different races, cultures blended with a rich heritage.
Prepare yourselves for a peek into our history and culture, the warm embrace of Jamaican hospitality, and of course – a bellyful of fantastic food and delightful fun!
This five and a half hour tour is designed with our Falmouth cruise ship guests in mind, so don’t worry – we’ll get you back to the Port in time! Varied tour times available depending on ship arrival and departure.Contact us
directly for more information about available tour times if you don’t see a time that suits you.
||Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays
||Five and a Half Hours
||Steps of Falmouth Courthouse, Falmouth
||Tour takes place rain or shine
||Wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Hats/Caps, Sun Visors and Sunglasses recommended.
||Maximum of 14 persons per tour guide
The tour includes a minimum of five (5) tastings. Three tastings are done on the go (sidewalk tastings), and the other tastings are done seated in a restaurant. Most people who do the tour will find that they will not need to have a full meal afterwards Note: food tastings are subject to change without notice.
Included: All the food and beverage tastings (enough for lunch!) and a bottle of water.
Substitutions: We can cater for vegetarians, but unfortunately we are unable to make substitutions for vegans or for dietary restrictions and food allergies (such as gluten-free or dairy-free). There isn’t always a “next best” option that meets the special dietary needs of each of our guests. We are sorry for the inconvenience but, we truly appreciate your understanding on this issue. Please feel free to e-mail us with specific queries.
|Little Foodies (Ages 12 and under)