The benefits from contact with nature are now so well documented that they’re showing up on the health care industry’s agenda, and protecting nature can be seen as a public health strategy.
NATURE IS RESTORATIVE; that’s practically a truism to anyone who loves the outdoors. The effects start within minutes and can be long-lasting, even transformative, when nature works on us over the course of days or weeks. Scientific research now confirms what we already know: We become more relaxed, more open and friendly, and more creative, with better memory and concentration, after being in nature. Nature lowers blood pressure, reduces stress, and bolsters our immune system. In fact, the benefits from contact with nature are now so well documented that they’re showing up on the health care industry’s agenda, and protecting nature can be seen as a public health strategy.
The American Public Health Association now urges health practitioners to advise patients to spend more time in nature for exercise and play, and has called for more green space in school yards, medical facilities, and in urban design. Meanwhile, an international movement called “Healthy Parks, Healthy People” has taken root in more than 30 countries.
Reconnecting with Nature is also to be Grateful to Nature
NATURE IS GIVING, it always give without asking something back. Have you ever think about this? Everytime you come back from a parc or a forest, you feel better, relaxed.. Next time you receive from nature, just think about it and say "Thank You!".
Plants are the foundation of civilization and culture. They created the biosphere of the earth's surface, and they regulate its functions. Plants are the ultimate source of all health and prosperity; they feed us, give us clothing and shelter, provide fuel, fiber, and countless other necessities. Every breath we breathe is the breath of plants, which supports all life. Plants are the origin of medicine.
When healing an illness, there is often relatively little that doctors and patients can do to directly produce optimum functioning of human physiology. Plants, however, provide the biochemical and nutritional compounds that assist the body's internal ecology and promote its innate homeostasis and equilibrium. Phytonutrients nourish the organs, support the tissues, and enhance immunity, while the medicinal constituents of botanical species detoxify metabolic waste and xenobiotics (harmful foreign substances). No synthetic pharmaceutical drug can perform these functions.
Similarly, there is relatively little that people can do to reverse global warming, to stabilize disturbed weather patterns, or to detoxify environmental contamination. But plants do all of these things. They cool the planet, help regulate the seasons, recharge groundwater, restore soil fertility and stop erosion, regenerate the ozone layer, bind atmospheric carbon dioxide, and purify the toxins we put everywhere. Plants perform the same crucial functions in the outer environment as they do in the inner environment of the body.
Why Reconnecting to Nature is so important for our Lives
Nature is important to our lives. It is not only adding beauty to what we see or adding scents to what we smell, it is also adding life to our cells and keeping us healthy.
We are made by nature and we are nature but we forgot it!
We are born in Nature, we are living on a planet called Earth, this planet is covered by Nature, it breathes the same air, drinks the same water and we need all fruits,vegetable, flowers and plants to feed us with the best things they feed themselves from the Earth. They are made for us to eat and to regenerate ourselves.
Without them, we would die.
Our own DNA depends on Nature’s DNA.
Since ancient times, many civilizations have realized the healing qualities of gardens. The earliest hospitals in the Western world were infirmaries in monastic communities where herbs and prayer were the focus of healing and a cloistered garden was an essential part of the environment.
Restorative gardens for the sick, which were a vital part of the healing process from the Middle Ages to the early twentieth century, provided ordered and beautiful settings where patients could begin to heal, both physically and mentally. These were often part of hospitals prior to the mid-twentieth century and are regaining popularity now.
With the pace and the stress of modern life, its hard to find such a place, but your garden can be your own place of refuge and recuperation, a restorative landscape that’s a place for contemplation and a place that offers the chance to revive in the peace, serenity and beauty of nature.
The Frequency Level of Everything
Everything has its own frequency and plants and nature vibrates together with the same frequency. This is why we need to Reconnect with Nature. .
We need to reconnect the frequency of the original DNA of the plant to recover our original DNA frequency.
Cancer is a disorganisation of the cells that can be restore by a correct DNA frequency also this is the reason nobody found the remedy for cancer, no investment were made to research the frequency that could cure cancer. This frequency is in original seed plants.
This frequency can be found in nature, not in synthetics; this frequency is at the tip of your fingers.
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