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Enobattar
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I'm following my SWAMI. Licorice root is a restricted.  Starting Dr. D's Anti-stress protocol tomorrow with the prescribed 'Sip Right 4 Your Type' tea containing 179 mg. per bag.  I'm planning to be on this protocal for its prescribed 8 weeks.

Does anyone see a problem?

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I'm following my SWAMI. Licorice root is a restricted.  Starting Dr. D's Anti-stress protocol tomorrow with the prescribed 'Sip Right 4 Your Type' tea containing 179 mg. per bag.  I'm planning to be on this protocal for its prescribed 8 weeks.

Does anyone see a problem?

Thanks for any feedback.  


I have the exact same restriction as you with licorice root.  And I drink the Sip Right Tea for type
A which I'm aware has licorice root...I find the tea soothing and calming.

I think it's been noted before that when many herbs are used in Dr. D's formulas their specific
synergy will have the potential to be balancing one another.  LIcorice taken alone is different from licorice combined with the other calming herbs in Sip Right.

This was pointed out with El Dorado....people questioning whether guarana might be too energizing or causing similar problems for those who can't tolerate caffeine.  THere is Willow
Bark in that formula which might help the guarana's energizing effect to be tampered down a bit.

Calling NAP might help you clarify this, but this is what I took away from reading the El Dorado thread.  



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I'm intrigued that licorice root has been showing up in perfumers' compositions.


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