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Originally Posted by BigPecsPeter View Post
Any negating effect would be based on the ratio of caffeine to theanine in that particular variety of tea. Some teas have extremely low to virtually no theanine content at all, e.g. many types of pu-erh.

If you are unaware that tea can have a massive effect as a stimulant, in the right quantities, then you just simply don't know enough about tea (which is a vast topic), neither have you experienced it first hand. I can guide you to generating this effect if you are interested. Let me know
I'll quote Lyle: "Tea also contains caffeine (but tends to lack the stimulant effects of caffeine due to a compound called theanine which has a calming effect) "

I'm interested, sure. Discuss.
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