I like combining sorrel drink and black currant juice together. It tastes so refreshing. Sorrel drink is prepared various ways; it depends on the individual preferences. I personally like fermenting my sorrel drink, because it gives the sorrel drink a winery taste.
It looks delicious, it smells delicious, but ask many people and they'll tell you it's fattening. But peanut butter is actually healthier than you think.
Peppered shrimp is popular in Jamaica, especially in Middle Quarters, ST. Elizabeth. Peppered shrimp is spicy and salt-ish but you can cut back on the spiciness and salt. Jamaican-style peppered shrimp is mouth-watering and easy to prepare
This is the Jamaican tart cherries. Tart or sour cherry is a variety of cherry grown worldwide that is often used in cooking and in making fruit syrups and other concentrates but in Jamaica we eat them and used to make juice.
Jamaican black mint, good for nausea, vomiting and colic in children. The stems of the black mint are dark blue or purplish.
The Aloe Vera plant has been used for thousands of years to heal a variety of conditions, most notably burns, wounds, skin irritations, and constipation, asthma, arthritis, lung problems and stomach ailment. Aloe Vera is good for nearly every complaint you can imagine.
Tuna (prickly pear) plant tea is good for stomach pain and ulcers, constipation, and even backache. Tuna works for other pains as well, such as headaches.
Ginger root relieves sore throats, colds and stomach ache. Ginger is an amazing herb. The root has healing properties, and the leaves are good for fever.