BENEFITS OF FLOWER COLORS.
Among the benefits that flowers can bring us, according to research from Rutgers University, it was found that those who received a flower arrangement in the study experienced a mood boost that lasted for several days.
Also, the Chinese healers who used to believe in the "flower power" for a long time, say since you can use flowers to attract any emotion and feeling you want since one of the secrets are in their wonderful colors.
The explanation is that each color creates a different frequency of light waves, which travel through the retina and down to the optic nerve, triggering a chain reaction of responses in the body. Thus, neurotransmitters are released that induce the production of calming hormones such as melatonin, stimulating hormones such as adrenaline, and hormones that improve mood such as serotonin.
Keep these useful tips in mind so that you can fully enjoy the beautiful presence of flower color:
* Increase energy with red roses.
Since red has the lowest vibratory index and the highest wavelength, it stimulates the adrenal glands, stimulating energy.
* Increase confidence with lilies.
The indigo color stimulates the brain's pineal gland, which is the regulator of sleep patterns. Indigo also helps free your mind of worries, fears, and inhibitions.
* Increase the vigilant attitude with splendid sunflower arrangements:
waves of yellow light stimulate the brain, making it alert, lucid, and determined. And because we associate yellow with sunlight and daylight, it can help us feel more optimistic.
* Relax with greenery.
Green affects the nervous system, helping us breathe slowly and deeply, decreasing the production of stress hormones, and helping to relax the heart.
* Avoid allergies with orange daisies.
The color orange strengthens the immune system and lungs, which can prevent allergies. Orange also has a great beneficial effect on the digestive system and can stimulate the sexual organs.
* Relieve stress with lilacs.
Violet cools us down, relieves hot conditions like heat rashes and burns, curbs hunger, and balances metabolism. It also stimulates the pituitary gland, the part of the brain that produces stress-fighting beta-endorphins.
* Have a good night's sleep with blue flowers.
Blue helps the production of melatonin, a chemical in the brain that helps us relax and sleep soundly. Blue also stimulates the thyroid gland to release thyroxine, a hormone that regulates the rate of metabolism.
Live, learn, share and give this magical floral experience being aware of the benefits that its essence offers us. #flowersoflife