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The Best Types of Flowers for Your Health and Wellbeing

The Best Types of Flowers for Your Health and Wellbeing

posted: 2020-04-15 14:00:00 +0800

You may already know that flowers have a positive effect on your health and wellbeing but which ones are the best? Some have exceptional colours that will heighten flower’s positive effects while others have different properties when smelled or ingested. If you’re looking for best flowers for your health and wellbeing, the florists at Give Gift Boutique Hong Kong Florist have rounded them up.

Related: Positive Effects of Flowers on Your Health and Wellbeing

Daisies

Daisies

Studies found that flowers, especially colourful ones, have a way of boosting our moods, relieving anxiety and making us smile. Daisies and Gerber daisies are the epitome of cheerfulness and happiness. Their large and colorful blooms are the ideal mood-boosting flowers meaning that it wouldn’t be a such a bad idea to have a bouquet of these sitting in your home and office at all times. Daises can last up to 14 days in a vase too so they’re an easy mood booster to keep around the home.

Roses

Roses

Roses have multiple benefits in terms of improving your wellbeing, they’ve got vivacious colours and a wonderful scent. Studies have found that colourful flowers have a calming effect on us and the aroma of flowers has an aromatherapy effect too. Further, rose petals and the especially rosehips are a great source of vitamin c when ingested. Rose petal and rosehip tea also has numerous immunity boosting benefits and is rich in antioxidants.

Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums

Chrysanthemums are another vibrant flower to look at that offers visual benefits as well as physical ones when ingested. Chrysanthemums have play a prominent part in Chinese medicine as well as in Chinese culture. Chrysanthemums are used in flower arrangements for their auspiciousness and have also been used to treat to treat respiratory problems, high blood pressure, and hyperthyroidism, reduce inflammation and calm nerves. Chrysanthemum tea is a tasty method of consumption but the petals are also edible.

Lisianthus

Lisianthus

Studies have shown that flowers can boost creativity, productivity, and memory recall, especially vibrant shades of pink and blue. Nothing beats the pink of a lisianthus so why not add a bouquet or arrangement of lisianthus to your workspace for an extra boost.

Marigolds

Marigolds

Also known as calendula, marigolds are a popular edible flower but this pretty flower also has health benefits too. Marigolds have natural anti-bacterial, antiviral, and anti-fungal properties make them and ideal topical healer for the skin. Marigold has been used to treat minor skin wounds, rashes, and even help decrease recovery time for colds and flus.

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Lavender

Lavender

Not only is lavender pretty to look it, it has had long standing benefits to calm anxiety, improve blood flood, and improve sleep. Studies have shown again and again that the aromatherapy benefits of lavender in helping to deal and cope with stress. Lavender boost melatonin, your sleeping hormone, which helps you fall and stay asleep longer. Lavender also boosts serotonin, the feel-good hormone which relieves anxiety and stress.

This is a Hong Kong GGB original 'The Best Types of Flowers for Your Health and Wellbeing' blogpost.
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