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Can be Energizing
Chamomile
by SGFIII
Citation:   SGFIII. "Can be Energizing: An Experience with Chamomile (exp88671)". Erowid.org. May 7, 2018. erowid.org/exp/88671

 
DOSE:
1 tsp oral Chamomile (tea)

BODY WEIGHT: 113 lb


I have an anxious side that blocks my energy. I have found that chamomile can have a paradoxically stimulating effect on the anxious personality. I find that the relaxation that chamomile provides releases the energy within myself that I am unconsciously blocking through worries and negative thinking.

For me, it makes me clear and calm. I feel like I have reserves of energy, rather than feeling drained. It is subtle but persistent. Chamomile isn't my favorite tasting tea, but the effects are sometimes worth the mild bitterness on the tongue. A little bit of lemon juice can cut this bitterness in the weird way that sour neutralizes bitter.

Exp Year: 2010ExpID: 88671
Gender: Female 
Age at time of experience: 39 
Published: May 7, 2018Views: 1,358
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Chamomile (428) : Therapeutic Intent or Outcome (49), Retrospective / Summary (11), Unknown Context (20)

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