Tuesday, 23 February 2016

Pumpkin Porridge



I finally experimented with Pumpkin Porridge. I have always thought that pumpkin would make an excellent porridge but was always reserved in trying, not because I was counting the economical cost if it failed, but because it is usually hard to try new things.

Well, On that blessed morning of February 20, I tried it and it was a success. Not to mention the added plus, Pumpkin Porridge really tastes good. I will share the ingredients to my experiment with 'Web-Land'

1 lb Pumpkin (chopped and uncooked)
4 cups of water
2 Cinnamon Leaves
1/2 cup Flour
Condensed Milk
1 tbsp Vanilla
A drop of Almond Flavouring

Bring two cups of water to a boil and add salt and cinnamon leaves. Using a cup of water, blend pumpkin cubes in a blender or using a hand mixer until smooth in texture. Add pureed pumpkin to boiling water and stir.

Mix flour in the remaining one cup of water until smooth (without lump), add to pot and stir briskly until flour is incorporated properly into the mixture. Allow to cook for approximately 35 minutes.

Add sugar and milk to taste. Spice porridge with Vanilla, Almond Flavouring and Nutmeg. Remove pot from flame.

Serve in a bowl as desired.

Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Home Remedies: Guinea hen weed

Home Remedies: Guinea hen weed: Guinea hen weed or Devil's Horse Whip,a perennial plant that grows wildly in tropical conditions has a very pungent and long lasting od...

Monday, 22 June 2015

Fruit for the Nerves


Clammy Cherries

Thursday, 21 May 2015

Cashew Banana


Thursday, 7 May 2015

Cure for Colic


This is by no means advice to anyone, but is another home remedy passed on from generation to generation in Jamaica. It is one of those home remedies that make you go whew... yes, it is that weird and that was exactly my reaction when I first heard about this remedy. I think I will drown in curiosity on this one because it is definitely not one I think I would ever like to try... unless of course it is my only and last resort for survival. After all "Never say Never."

The Jamaican Home Remedy for Colic
Urinate (Pee) in your hand and drink this immediately. Because it is said that one's urine is sterile, many Jamaicans who practiced home remedies back in the day thought that this remedy provided relief from colic.

Urine has its place among the plethora of Jamaican Home remedies. It has been used for acne, pink eye and many other ailments. Whether, it is an effective treatment, I would not be able to prove.Again, this is just another remedy that has been practised in Jamaican folklore and not intended to advise, treat or diagnose anyone.

Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Picture of Medina Herb/ Horse Tonic


Medina or Horse Tonic

Tuesday, 17 March 2015



Comfrey, is another powerful perennial plant that is used in Jamaican folk medicine. It is used to treat conditions ranging from the common colds to hypertension and many other complications. It is thought that the plant possess potent healing and blood cleansing properties that help the body to heal quickly.

Comfrey is fused with other herbs to balance/ enhance its efficacy. The plant grows easily in almost any condition or soil. Besides being used for medicinal use, it can be had every now and then as a tea.

Disclaimer: This is not intended to provide medical advice or diagnosis.

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