6 grape tomatoes
11 basil leaves
Fresh ground pepper
1 1/2 oz Finlandia vodka
4 oz tomato water
1 fresh mozzarella ball
To Make:  Using a bar muddler or the back of a wooden spoon, crush 5 tomatoes, 10 basil leaves, and a dash of pepper in a shaker.  Add vodka, tomato water, and ice.  Shake and strain into a martini glass.  Garnish with tomato, basil leaf, and mozzarella ball on a skewer.  Serve.
Who needs Beano? Not only does black pepper stimulate your taste buds and increase the secretion of digestive acids in your stomach to speed digestion, it also acts as a carminative, a substance that helps prevent the formation of gas in your nether regions.
To make tomato water, put one very ripe tomato through a juicer and strain the juice through cheesecloth. If you don't have a juicer (or cheesecloth, for that matter), just crush the tomato in a colander or strainer and catch the liquid in a bowl. (Note: Stay away from the canned tomato juice-this is a thin, light drink, not a soupy Bloody Mary.)
By now we all know about the cancer-fighting and antioxidant benefits of lycopene in tomatoes, but did you know tomatoes can also help with migraine headaches? They're a good source of riboflavin, which studies have shown reduce the frequency of incapacitating migraine attacks.
Overdo it at the gym? Try adding more basil to your diet: Compounds called eugenols in this fragrant herb work much like over-the-counter anti-inflammatories (such as ibuprofen and acetaminophen), blocking the activity of an enzyme called cyclooxygenase and helping alleviate pain and swelling.
Nutrition facts for drink shown (minus garnish): 110 calories, 3 g carbs, 0 g fat