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gardening makes you happy

Studies suggest that inhaling M. Vaccae (Mycobacterium Vaccae), a healthy bacteria that lives in soil, can increase levels of serotonin and reduce anxiety.

According to Discover Magazine, you get a dose of M. Vaccae just by taking a walk in the wild or rooting around in the garden and this could help elicit a jolly state of mind.

A little dirt never hurts

Bless my bloomers

Clean and Green is our Perfect Dream

Scientists found that regularly working in the garden is a powerful tool for protecting cognitive health, increasing the study participants’ brain volume and cutting the risk of Alzheimer’s disease by 50 percent.