The therapeutic benefits of garden environments have been documented since ancient times.
Dr. Benjamin Rush, signatory of the Declaration of Independence and recognized as the “Father of American Psychiatry”, documented for the first time in the 19th century the positive effect of gardening work on people with mental illness https://www.ahta.org
With Flower Your Mind the perception is trained and the unbiased attention is strengthened. The occupation with plants creates trust, which is critical in times of crisis and stress.
It is child’s play, beautiful and always successful!
Widespread disease depression
A contribution from ARTE
Depression is the second most common widespread disease in the world, but so far the treatment options are limited. “Re:” presents surprising insights into new, future-oriented treatment methods such as ketamine, online therapy or horticultural therapy and meets people, organizations and visionaries who are looking for solutions to help those affected back into life.
Dr. Ute Budliger
Dr. rer. nat. Genetik Max- Planck- Institut für Züchtungsforschung
MSc Plant Biotechnology
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