Be Happier, Smarter And Healthier With Flower Power
African violets: Violet cools us, alleviating "hot" conditions like heat rash and sunburn, and suppressing hunger and balancing metabolism. It also stimulates the pituitary gland, the part of the brain that releases tension-fighting beta-endorphins.
Roses: Roses have an immediate impact on happiness. All study participants expressed "true" or "excited" smiles upon receiving roses, demonstrating extraordinary delight and gratitude.
Hydrangeas: Hydrangeas: have a long-term positive effect on moods. Specifically, study participants reported feeling less depressed, anxious and agitated after receiving Hydrangeas, and demonstrated a higher sense of enjoyment and life satisfaction.
Gardenias: Gardenias affect the nervous system, making us breathe slowly and deeply, slowing the production of stress hormones and helping the heart relax.
Tulips: Tulips make intimate connections. The presence of tulips led to increased contact with family and friends.
Lavender: Lavenders bring about positive emotional feelings in those who enter a room. They make the space more welcoming and create a sharing atmosphere."
Blue Irises: Blue Irises stimulate the brain's pineal gland, which is the regulator of sleep patterns. Indigo also helps to free the mind of worries, fear and inhibition.
Chinese healers - who've long believed in "flower power" - say that it doesn't stop there. They say you can utilize flowers to summon whatever power or emotion you'd like - and that the secret is in the flower's colour. Enjoy the physical and emotional benefits of flowers with your friends, share this PowerPoint Show. a Xiby Power Point Show Background song: WOMAN IN LOVE sung by Barbara Streisand and the Bee Gees