Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul. – Luther Burbank
Flowers are a beautiful gift to nature on the earth and are a great way to express and convey our love, feelings, and emotions with someone special. Flowers are one of the most beautiful things in this world that make our lives happier in many ways. Since time immemorial, flowers have been serving us in the most beautiful ways. Their presence can heighten the happiness in our lives, beautify our surroundings, and infuse a sense of serenity in our lives.
Flowers play an important role in making the life of a human being more cheerful.Let’s see how flowers can help humans in different ways.
Release stress and Anxiety
The presence of vibrant and joyful flowers can help you release stress and anxiety and thus have an immediate effect on your mood. Sick people are usually given fresh flowers to release stress and make them feel happy & fresh. The essential oils from flower’s petals and sepals are also used as a stress buster in the form of candles, perfumes and scents.
Spread Positivity and Life
Fresh flowers in the home garden or dried flowers in the house can help spread positivity and life to your surroundings. When one sees fresh flowers around, it entices cheerfulness in their soul removing all the negativity from inside.
Convey your deepest emotions
One of the important uses of flowers in our life is to convey our feelings and emotions for someone in the best way. When words fail, flowers can help you speak your heart louder and convey your deepest emotions to your loved ones.
Helps release good hormones
Flowers have powers, and can bring you peace and happiness and elicit all sorts of different emotions. Amazingly each colour produces a different frequency of light waves, which travels through your retinas and down the optic nerve. This sets off an amazing chain reaction of responses from our body. Neurotransmitters are released, stimulating the production of calming hormones like melatonin, stimulating hormones like adrenaline, and mood-boosting hormones like serotonin.
“So what are you waiting for? Don’t wait for someone to bring you flowers. Plant your own garden and decorate your own soul.”