I also feel exactly the same.kyarazen wrote:
its just some of the "psychoactives" in tea. i crudely classify them as psychoactives but they are just substances that neurologically affect us. different people have different sensitivity and metabolism of these compounds, to some, they are more sensitive, and to some, less sensitive.
Since I started feeling or sensing the "qi", I can detect it in every tea I drink.teas with "qi" may probably contain higher levels neurostimulatory components than others "without", and we probably cannot say without, just that the levels are not stimulating enough for that individual
So far I found that the weakest qi are, surprisingly, those yanchas from THAT famous brand. I don't know why, but they were very weak - almost none.
This reminds me that I really have to try Lipton yellow teabag to see if I can feel any qi in it...