How Flowers Affect People’s Moods

The fact that plants affect our health and mood has been known…well basically, since there are humans on this planet.
There is evidence, the first men used different kinds of grass and bushes in their homes, to protect them against insects
or vermin. Since then, scientists are discovering more and more ways, how having a plant at your home can dramatically
improve the quality of your life for you and your family.

It has long been shown that plants have an impact on the human body. Different plants have a different influence on us.
Some people feel bad and insecure in nature when another person in the same place can feel an energy and a mood boost.
The same goes for flowers and indoor plants – each of us literally loves some flowers, others – not so much.

Many types of research proved that flowers increase our mental health and also affect our brain positively.
American psychologists confirm what ancient Eastern traditions have long known:
flowers affect the mood, emotions, and energy of the people around them.

Here’s some information about the hidden force of flowers and how they affect the human psyche.


1. Meaning of color
The red color has a positive influence on the immune system and it is beneficial to the weary people,
who recently had surgery, or are suffering from seasonal or chronic fatigue.
Burning scarlet bouquet refreshes, and “mobilizes” the nervous system.
Red roses are definitely an international symbol of love and passion.

The violet color tempts to strengthen our internal balance.
The meaning of the violet is love, faithfulness, and spiritual significance.
If your partner gives you a violet flower it symbolized love and appreciation.
People who are dealing with mental work should put a vase with a bouquet of purple colored flowers on the table, to stimulate and help their thought process.


Yellow flowers commonly evoke feelings of happiness and are more commonly associated with the sun.
Yellow flowers can definitely cheer us up and they will surely brighten the day of the recipient.


Pink flowers have been traditionally associated with femininity, which in turn emits delicate and gentle connotations.
Delicate light pink hues speak of gentleness, happiness, and love.


2. Affection

-Flowers are the best remedy for depression
People who had the opportunity to observe fresh flowers during their day, usually feel more relaxed and feel less negative emotions anxiety and stress.

-Flowers are saturated with the energy of happiness
People who grow flowers at work or at home feel satisfied and full of energy.

-Flowers are improving human relations.
People who live in a home with lots of flowers are more responsive and patient with their relatives and love to communicate.

-If we are taking a proper care of our flowers they can create a favorable microclimate and thus
have a positive impact on our confidence.

-Indoor plants create a good indoor climate, creating humid air, neutralize harmful substances, acting as dust filters and they are helping people living in constant stress, to relax.

-By increasing the air humidity, the plants counteract eye fatigue, dryness of skin, the fragility of the hair, as well as
the occurrence of static electricity. They mitigate the occurrence of irritation in the respiratory roads caused by dry air.

According to Feng Shui, every flower can bring the owner of the house different grace.
If the plants in your home are healthy and beautiful, it means that you are filled with positive energy and flowers will reflect it.
When caring lovingly for your flowers, they will not forget to return the favor.


What is your favorite flower color? Do you have any indoor or outdoor plants? Please share with us in the comments below!

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