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Meno-Breeze Reviewed: How Effective Is Meno-Breeze?

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Meno-Breeze – The Overview

Meno-Breeze is a natural supplement made for women who are experiencing menopausal and premenstrual symptoms. This product is made by the company Natura Health Products, a manufacturer who produces several brands of supplements that are all sold from their website. While the site features Meno-Breeze, information about the product is limited – there is a brief overview of how it works and a list of key ingredients, but there are no customer reviews. A contact number for the company’s customer service department is provided and the site does include background details about the manufacturer.


Meno-Breeze is sold at a cost of $49.99 per bottle of 90 capsules. There are no discounts offered when purchasing larger amounts of the supplement. Additionally, they accept return on all their supplements, but full details are not provided regarding terms and conditions.

We have absolutely no doubt that Menoquil will work just as well as the manufacturer claims, but we do acknowledge that supplements work differently depending on the individual. That’s why we were pleased to see that Menoquil is fully backed by a 60-day satisfaction guarantee, meaning that every woman can try it for herself completely risk free. Additionally, Pharmaxa Labs offers discounts and free shipping on all multi-bottle purchases, and they respect the privacy of their customers by sending each order in plain packaging.

How Does Meno-Breeze Work?

According to the website, Meno-BreezeWork combines the herbs from Western, Ayurvedic, and Chinese herbal traditions that support the specific health needs of women. It contains Shatavari, Rehmannia, Chinese yam, black cohosh, chaste tree, and hops.

Shatavari is also referred to as the “Queen of Herbs” and is used for female health and is one of the most powerful rejuvenating herbs in Ayurvedic medicine. And then, Rehmannia and Chinese yam may help relieve mild symptoms associated with the menstrual cycle and menopause.

In addition, Black cohosh is an herbal remedy used by Native Americans to manage the symptoms like hot flashes, mild muscle cramping, dryness, and occasional sleeplessness. Finally, hop is an herb that could promote relaxation.

We like to say BOTE does a fairly decent job when listing their recommended weight capacity and these are no different. The 10’8 would be great for individuals 175 lbs or less. The 11’6 is a good choice for those up to around 275 lbs.

Official Test Results: BOTE Breeze Aero (2022 model)

Overall Score:

10’8 Breeze: 8.7/10
11’6 Breeze: 8.9/10

BOTE makes some impressive boards for sure. The Breeze Aero is the company’s more entry level, basic version in their lineup. It is truly a no frills paddle board that still maintains BOTE’s commitment to quality. It’s very stable and, depending on what size you go with, can accommodate a reasonable amount of weight. There is still a good forward bungee system for taking the basics with you as well.

Ratings For The BOTE Breeze 10’8 and 11’6 Inflatable SUPS:

Stability: 8.7/10


Tracking: 8.4/10

Maneuverability: 8.9/10

Construction Quality: 8.9/10

Features/Accessories: 8.9/10

Stability: 9.0/10


Tracking: 8.6/10

Maneuverability: 8.5/10

Construction Quality: 8.9/10

Features/Accessories: 8.9/10

Our overall rating of 8.7/10 (10’8) and 8.9/10 (11’6) for the BOTE Breeze Aero hopefully shows you how solid this board is. Without the host of accessories typically found on the BOTE iSUPs this board still is a solid performing inflatable stand up paddle board. Yes it lacks some of the interesting features BOTE is known for, but it is still at heart a really great paddle board – and one of the best looking of the boards to win a spot on our best cheap paddle board list (cheap as in inexpensive, not cheap as in low quality).

AMBIANCE: The Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse on Carnival Breeze has the best ambiance of any Carnival steakhouse I’ve dined at. The back-lit walls, faux candles, dark carpeting and light-colored furniture set with custom dinnerware and cutlery, work in harmony to set an intimate, relaxed, and elegant mood.

Carnival Cruise Steakhouse Review and Menu (2019)

This is an overview and summary of the menu of Carnival Cruise Line’s Fahrenheit 555 Steakhouse.

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SHIPS: Breeze, Conquest, Dream, Freedom, Glory, Horizon, Legend, Liberty, Magic, Miracle, Pride, Spirit, Splendor, Sunrise, Sunshine, Valor, Vista

– Coming soon to Panorama (December 2019), Radiance (April 2020), and Mardi Gras (August 2020).

PRICE: For $38 per person (gratuities included), you simply cannot beat the value of the Carnival steakhouse, both on land and at sea. The same four-course meal would likely cost at least double on land, and $38 is one of the lowest steakhouse rates in the cruise industry.

Photo via Carnival

AMBIANCE: The Fahrenheit 555 steakhouse on Carnival Breeze has the best ambiance of any Carnival steakhouse I’ve dined at. The back-lit walls, faux candles, dark carpeting and light-colored furniture set with custom dinnerware and cutlery, work in harmony to set an intimate, relaxed, and elegant mood.

The lighting makes the restaurant cozy and refined at the same time. Though the room is open and tables are set rather close together, the general chatter is never too loud or overbearing to your own conversation.

SPECIALTY COCKTAILS: If the Carnival steakhouses have their own special cocktail menu, then I couldn’t tell you what’s on it. In fact, the last time I was presented with a special drink menu at the steakhouse was years ago.

With that said, Carnival has an award-winning selection of wines at their steakhouses and you can receive one bottle of their choosing for free if you dine at the steakhouse on the first night.

Not being a wine person myself, I asked what scotch was available and ordered the most expensive one with my CHEERS! package. I had two glasses of the Chivas Regal 21-year Royal Salute, which costs $18 per pour.

Though incredibly smooth for blended scotch, I tend to prefer single malts and the overall selection wasn’t as expansive as I’d been led to believe from fellow cruisers.

VARIETY OF APPETIZERS: To be honest, I had a much harder time choosing among the appetizers than I did the entrees. That’s not to say there isn’t a good entree selection; it’s just that the appetizers all sound so good! From the French onion soup to the juicy Berkshire pork belly and creamy Maine lobster bisque, there’s really no wrong choice off this menu.

French Onion Soup

The true favorite in the restaurant however, is definitely the “Smoke and Ice Fresh Oysters.” Your plate is served under a glass dome that the waiter removes upon delivery, thus releasing an intoxicating aroma from the smoked oysters into the air.

Be prepared for heads to turn in curiosity as fellow patrons’ noses lean your way(then ask their own waiter for the same dish).

VARIETY OF MAIN COURSES: Fahrenheit 555 features an impressive list of entrees, from the 18 oz. spice-rubbed prime rib eye to the 10 oz. A-5 Wagyu. Though the steaks differ in sizes and cuts, they all share the same level of quality and mouth-watering flavor.

FOR THE NON-STEAK EATER: No steak? No problem. Aside from the beef entrees, Carnival’s steakhouse serves lobster tail, roasted chicken, lamb chops, jumbo shrimps and Dover sole. In fact, the chefs are also happy to prepare off-menu vegetarian or vegan meals if you give them advanced notice of your meal preferences.

SIDES: Though tasty, I did find it odd that things like onion rings and French fries were on the menu for a steakhouse. However, I overlooked that thanks to the flavors of the other sides, like the buttery sauteed mushroom medley or the wasabi horseradish mashed potatoes. The mac n’ cheese, while also seeming a bit out of place to me for an elegant place like the steakhouse, also earns its spot on the menu thanks to its cheesy goodness and plain, old like-ability.

SPECIAL TOUCHES: Every time I’ve dined in the steakhouse on Carnival, my waiter comes around shortly after taking my order with an amuse-bouche( that is “compliments of the chef”). Although having dined in a Carnival steakhouse before I know it’s coming, yet I still feel like royalty when the waiter sets it down – like I’m the only guest in the restaurant who was special enough to receive something directly from the chef. Whether it’s true doesn’t matter.

However, our waitress never brought around the box of artisan salts(of your choosing) to salt my filet. To be honest, I didn’t know this was a thing until after my cruise anyway, so in the moment it wasn’t missed. Had I known, I simply would’ve asked. But I do think it’s a nice, extra touch to “personalize” your steak.

DESSERT OPTIONS: When it comes to dessert, Carnival’s steakhouse doesn’t offer the largest variety. But for what they do put on the menu, they execute extremely well. The infamous cheesecake is so beloved that Carnival was basically forced by popular demand to bring it back after they removed it for a short time. The apple tart is a delight for anyone who has a taste for apple pie, while the “Chocolate Sphere” combines rich chocolate, nutty flavors and geometry on one plate.

Art for the Table

The real star of the restaurant though, is “Art at Your Table”. This is the dessert for which the chef comes out from the kitchen to draw on a cold serving surface using sugary treats like ice creams and syrups. The result is an artistic array of sweets and treats ready to be shared by the table. It’s fun, creative and generates buzz around the room whenever someone orders it.

Lastly, Carnival also offers sherbet ice cream, a fresh fruit plate and an assortment of cheese for dessert options. Kudos to anyone choosing fresh fruit as dessert instead of a slice of that infamous cheesecake.

ACTUAL MEAL REVIEW (What was eaten, how it was prepared, etc): I started my meal off with a wild card and ordered the bone marrow and beef tartar appetizer. This was a bold choice for me, considering I am not a big meat eater and bone marrow tends to scare off even the most curious of folks. The bone marrow had an off texture I’ll admit, but I expected this. Likewise, the beef tartar was so tasty it didn’t spend much time on my plate at all. Still, after a bite of my partner’s crab mushroom risotto, I wished I had ordered that.

For my salad, I chose the young lettuce salad which comes with an arugula yogurt dressing. Before ordering, I was debating whether it would be rude to ask to skip the salad in favor of a second appetizer.

I just don’t like salads and I do my best to avoid them. But I was so glad that I ordered this one. It was so good I finished every last bite, even after my entree arrived. I would consider this a big compliment coming from a salad avoider like myself!

For my entree, I ordered the surf and turf with my steak cooked medium rare. My steak could not have been more perfectly cooked or seasoned than if Gordon Ramsey himself were making it. Prior to this, I had lobster in the main dining room, that was just ‘okay’. This lobster, on the other hand, had a flame-grilled flavor that the dining room just could not compete with.

For my side dish, I ordered the wasabi horseradish mashed potatoes. Perhaps it’s not correct etiquette for a steakhouse, but I really took my potatoes to a new level when I used a piece of garlic from my steak plate and mixed it into my potatoes.

The night we went to the steakhouse was Valentine’s Day. There was a particularly nice touch from the chef, who added a special off-menu dessert for the occasion. The chocolate on chocolate cake, with raspberry piping complimented perfectly, as if celebrating the occasion on a plate.

However, the cheesecake was the obvious choice.


The famous Carnival cheesecake served in the steakhouse.

RATING: On a scale of 1-10, I’d give my overall experience a 9. The high mark is due to the entire experience exceeding(not just meeting) all of my expectations. From the quality and variety of food, to the prompt, attentive service and the relaxed, intimate atmosphere. Even making the reservation was easy and painless. Simply put, there was not a single time during my dining experience that I thought, “I like this, but …”

CR’s take: Oster makes inexpensive but reliable small appliances that often perform well, and this 600-watt blender is yet another example. Although not a power blender, it proved particularly adept in our icy drinks test, earning an Excellent rating. So it will make smoother piña coladas than pumpkin soups; that’s reflected in its average Good purée rating. It also comes with a food processing attachment, so you essentially get two appliances for the price of one.

Best Blenders for $100 or Less From Consumer Reports’ Tests

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High-end blenders can cost as much as $700. Their performance can pack a punch, but their premium price might feel like a gut punch if you’re just whipping up hot peppermint mochas to sip on chilly weekend nights by the fireplace. An inexpensive blender can make those moments even sweeter.

The best full-sized blenders in Consumer Reports’ lab tests are from Vitamix, but those models sell for $250 to more than $600, making the small appliance a big-ticket item. The good news is you don’t have to spend a lot of money to get a decent blender. “You can still buy a solid blender for $100 or less that should last for years—if you pick a reliable brand,” says Larry Ciufo, who oversees our blender testing lab.

The trade-off? These inexpensive models usually don’t have the powerful motors and versatility of high-end blenders, so they won’t be great at making nut butters or pulverizing seeds while making smoothies.

Below are six full-sized blenders, listed in alphabetical order, that typically go for $100 or less and earned ratings of either Good or Very Good for predicted reliability. (This rating estimates the likelihood that a newly purchased model from a given brand will break or experience problems within the first four years.)

Check our full blender ratings for all the test results and more options, including personal blenders, and see our blender buying guide for more information as you shop.

Cuisinart Velocity CBT-600GRY

CR’s take: This 600-watt blender is a great buy, especially if you’re mostly puréeing fruits and vegetables for baby food. It scores a Very Good rating in that test. It doesn’t do quite as well in the smoothie test, but this model should be more than enough for most tasks, as long as you’re not crushing ice on the regular (which wears down the blade). Cuisinart earned a middling Good rating for reliability.

Ninja BN701 Professional Plus with Auto iQ

CR’s take: Ninja’s full-sized blenders earned a Very Good rating in both predicted reliability and owner satisfaction. The surprisingly powerful 1,400-watt Ninja BN701 Professional Plus with Auto iQ does an impressive job making icy drinks and puréeing, meaning you can expect this blender to make good smoothies. Also, cleanup is a breeze due to its removable blade.

Ninja Master Prep Professional QB1004

CR’s take: The Ninja Master Prep Professional QB1004 features a unique top-mounted motor to turn out snow cone–textured ice for smoothies. While Ninja doesn’t claim this model makes hot soups and juices, it excels at all the main blending tasks. The removable blade makes cleanup easy. Swap out the 6-cup blending jar for its 16-ounce food chopper and the versatile Ninja does an impressive job chopping onions and nuts, and grating cheese. But at just 450 watts, it’s the lowest-powered blender of the bunch.

Ninja Performance BL-710WM

CR’s take: The 1,000-watt Ninja BL-710WM is an excellent workhorse ice crusher but is less adept at blending smoothies, so you may want to consider the Ninja Master Prep Professional QB1004 if you’re a smoothie enthusiast. This Ninja is better at puréeing raw ingredients like carrots and squash into hearty soups, according to our tests. It’s fairly lightweight at 8 pounds, with three speeds and a 9-cup capacity. The removable blade makes for quick, easy cleaning. This model earns an Excellent rating for durability and received a Very Good score for predicted reliability, so it should easily power through daiquiris, margaritas, and Bellinis during parties and festive holiday gatherings—and perform for many years.

Oster 800 Series BLSTKH-GMO-000

CR’s take: The 500-watt Oster 800 Series BLSTKH-GMO-000 earns a Very Good rating in our puréeing tests, serving up fairly smooth smoothies and soups with tiny bits in the mix. Many of the blenders in our ratings have a plastic container, but the Oster has a 6-cup glass jar. That means it’s heavier and more prone to breaking than plastic, but it doesn’t absorb odors and stains the way plastic does. Oster is one of only four blender brands in our ratings—the others are Ninja, Hamilton, and Proctor-Silex—that snagged a Very Good rating for reliability (better than most).

Oster Classic Series with Food Processor BPMT02-SSF-000

CR’s take: Oster makes inexpensive but reliable small appliances that often perform well, and this 600-watt blender is yet another example. Although not a power blender, it proved particularly adept in our icy drinks test, earning an Excellent rating. So it will make smoother piña coladas than pumpkin soups; that’s reflected in its average Good purée rating. It also comes with a food processing attachment, so you essentially get two appliances for the price of one.

For all the test results and more choices, see CR’s blender ratings.

As a kid in Delaware, I lived a few blocks from Bob Marley, who once said, "It is better to live on the house top than to live in a house full of confusion." At CR, I’m psyched to help readers navigate this cluttered, hyper-commercialized world we live in. I’ve covered luxury real estate, interior design, and culture—reporting on everything from smart home technology to racial hypocrisy at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello estate. Since the pandemic started, I cherish simplicity, covering accessible topics like decorating, cooking, and cleaning. Give me a smoothie blender over a mansion any day. Blenders are slightly easier to clean.