Good points about Yerba Mate and Kava Kava, although these herbs should be used in moderation. I've been an amateur herbalist for many years. I would suggest a combo of holy basil, passionflower, skullcap, and lemon balm tea. These 4 in combo are great against anxiety/stress and can be used quite often without the side effects of drugs. And for those who do not believe in the effectiveness of herbs/plants, do you believe that tobacco is effective?
Originally Posted by evilferret
Have you ever tried LoBelia in Tea?
Originally Posted by mikeinbc
excert from Lobelia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Native Americans used lobelia to treat respiratory and muscle disorders, and as a purgative. The species used most commonly in modern herbalism is Lobelia inflata (Indian Tobacco). However, there are adverse effects that limit the use of lobelia.
Extracts of Lobelia inflata contain lobeline, which showed positive effects in the treatment of multidrug-resistant tumor cells. Furthermore, lobeline can be modified to lobelane which decreased methamphetamine self-administration in rats. It therefore opens a perspective in methamphetamine dependency treatment.
Lobelia has been used as "asthmador" in Appalachian folk medicine 
Two species, Lobelia siphilitica and Lobelia cardinalis, were once considered a cure for syphilis.
Herbalist Samuel Thomson popularized medicinal use of lobelia in the United States in the early 19th century, as well as other medicinal plants like goldenseal.
One species, Lobelia chinensis (called bàn biān lián, 半边莲 in Chinese), is used as one of the fifty fundamental herbs in traditional Chinese medicine.
Several studies show that lobelia is ineffective in helping people to quit smoking.
For anyone interested in the MAOI and WTA topics, this is the place to start...
Whole Tabacco Alkaloid (WTA) juice
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Whole Tobacco Alkaloid eliquid now available at Aroma Ejuice