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Plant Personality Quiz: Chamomile, Ginger & Peppermint

Some people look to spirit guides for signposts throughout the course of their lives. Here at Traditional Medicinals, we go to plants. This fun and approachable quiz offers insight into ourselves and the people around us, along with a touch of herbal wisdom on how to make our lives easier as our Plant Personality “type.” Are you a gentle, sensitive Chamomile? You may be prone to worry. What about a feisty and spirited Ginger? Beware of overindulging. Are you a calm, cool Peppermint? You may be taking on too much. Try our Plant Personality Quiz to learn what the plants have to teach you, or read below for a sampling of just a few personality types highlighted in the quiz.

Chamomiles are easy-going, friendly and well-liked. You’ve got a gentle and sweet nature and a calming presence that puts others at ease. Your sensitivity to others may cause you to take on too much of others people’s feelings. And you may even be prone to worry.

Gingers are spirited, feisty and fiery companions, quick with an opinion, a laugh or an idea. Warm, friendly and inviting, you never allow an awkward moment to pass. In fact, even cold and distant people warm up to you more quickly than others. Negative experiences or too much indulgence, however, can send you into a bit of a tailspin, and when hurt you may become quite cold and distant. Ginger people do best when their natural warmth and affection is flowing freely, giving them easy access to their love of life.

Peppermints are unflappable. You are cool in the crisis, calm in the storm, collected amongst the chaos. You’re a breath of fresh air, a waft of inspiration to the down-and-out, a refreshing, inspiring, uplifting person to be around. Of course, even a cool cucumber can run into trouble. You may try to take on too much, which can leave you feeling weighed down and not quite yourself.

Which plants do you most resemble? Take our Plant Personality Quiz to get in touch with your inner herb nerd!

Posted in Plants on February 23, 2016