Tekwardo, thank you for the suggestion! I will keep that in mind. I don't make a concentrated effort to be more holistic or environmentally conscious, but whenever possible and convenient, I prefer to do so. Really appreciate it.
"Look at us spinning out in the madness of a roller coaster" - Dave Matthews Band
I'm not usually one to press or promote all natural or holistic meds because I think it's always good to talk to your physician and what not, but after talking to several doctors at the hospital I worked at, as well as some nurses and doing research, I found that Ginger was the best choice for me. The only 'side effect' of ginger pills is you should probably take them with food because if you don't you'll burp up ginger all day and it's kinda nasty.
If you read up on what it does and what not, it all makes sense, and is all natural, with no side effects, and it's very cheap.
Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.
Drop tower at kings island. Its over 300 ft tall and its the only ride that I've ridden that I experience fear any more. But I love it!
I always get butterflies the first time I ride a coaster. The only rides that consistently give me butterflies, no matter how many times I ride them, are drop towers
I actually get more butterflies in my stomach driving on one of the country roads between Bucyrus and Sandusky on the way to Cedar Point!
Last time was probably first time I rode the Beast (a year or two after it opened). With not being able to see anything other than the lift side of the first hill and all that my brother and I had heard about it, we were expecting the first hill to be straight down for 2 or 3 miles at 1000 MPH. After that it was all good.
The first "big kids' ride" on any trip to a park will typically give me the sensation I want...subsequent rides are fun, and can even be thrilling, but normally don't result in "that" feeling...
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