Share the Health Benefits of Flowers with Details Flowers

 Flowers are often viewed as a symbol of love and affection. And while beautiful floral displays can turn any occasion into a decorative affair, did you know that flowers also have visual and aromatherapy benefits that can improve mental and physical health?

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“Common sense tells us that flowers make us happy,” said Dr. Haviland-Jones, who led a study on the benefits of flowers at Rutgers University. “Now, science shows that not only do flowers make us happier than we know, they have strong positive effects on our emotional well being.”

Numerous studies have proven that the presence of flowers and their aromatherapy benefits improve moods and can help alleviate depression, increase feelings of gratitude and strengthen connections between family and friends. Floral arrangements in homes and offices can make spaces more inviting and have the power to improve the mood of anyone who enters. The scents of flowers can also trigger memories, which can have a big impact to those who are elderly or suffering from memory loss.

Are you educating your customers on the benefits of flowers? By adding the benefits of blooms through the inventory descriptions in Details Flower Software, you can help educate your customers so that they will find their perfect flower. 

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Below are some of our favorite flowers and their aromatherapy benefits:

Bluebells

By triggering the production of melatonin, the color blue emits a brain chemical that helps humans relax and sleep soundly. The color blue can also stimulate thyroid glands which can help control metabolism.

Roses

Roses are often a symbol of love but the smell of roses can also act as a mood-boosting aphrodisiac, antidepressant and can also help reduce inflammation. Red roses in particular stimulates adrenal glands and boost energy.

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Irises

The color Indigo has been proven to stimulate the brain’s pineal gland, which regulates sleep patterns. Indigo can also help relax the mind and ease anxiety and fear.

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Sunflowers

Yellow light waves help stimulate the brain, which improves alertness and mental clarity. The color yellow can help one feel more optimistic because it signals daylight and sunshine.

Green Zinnias

Green is an earthy color that promotes the production of stress hormones and helps the heart relax.

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Bluebells

By triggering the production of melatonin, the color blue emits a brain chemical that helps humans relax and sleep soundly. The color blue can also stimulate thyroid glands which can help control metabolism.

Violet

Violet is a cool color that provides a calming presence. It also stimulates the brain and releases endorphins.

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Lavender

The bright purple blooms of lavender not only make any bouquet pop, but the scent of lavender can reduce stress, improve sleep and boost moods.

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