10 Plants that Attract Positive Vibes
Everyone uses plants for decorating their home or office. They add a very fresh and natural touch to the ambience.
It is proven that, many plants improve the flow of positive energy in the space, and they give you a sense of well-being every day,
If your space around you is negative, it is not possible to lead a happy and satisfied life. The negative energy can be reduced by adding some specific plants to your home or office. It will benefit you, and also the people around you.
The health benefits of Jasmine Essential Oil can be attributed to its properties as an antidepressant, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, antispasmodic, cicatrisant, expectorant, galactogogue, emmenagogue, parturient, sedative and uterine substance.
This plant will bring you a sense of well being to the home. Chrysanthemums is the right answer for happiness and good mood. It will eliminate the tension and arguments.
Rosemary promotes physical and mental well-being. It can improve your mood, treat your anxiety, insomnia, and fatigue, and it can improve your memory by the power of its smell. You should grow it in a sunny place, but do not water it too often.
4. Money Plant
If you place money plant (Epipremnum aureum) inside a room, you will surely attract positive energy. This amazing plant is also known as golden pothos, hunter’s robe, ivy arum, silver vine and taro vine.
This plant produces a positive energy flow that attracts good luck and fortune, according to feng shui. This is why it is recommended to put this plant inside the house rather than in your garden.
Always try to place a money plant in front of a sharp corner or angle. This position helps reduce anxiety and stress as well as negative thoughts. However, avoid placing it in the northeast corner as well as along the north and east walls of your house.
Cactus is a plant that needs special care to maintain and it has a very decorative touch in our homes or offices. Cactus has the ability to ward off envy, intruders, malicious persons, hypocrites and to absorb the bad electromagnetic energy from domestic appliances.
6. Aloe Vera
Aloe Vera is very well known for spreading positive energy. The energy it releases can fight off bad luck and vibes. You can also use aloe vera gel to treat many common skin problems. Werecommended you to place an aloe vera plant in a passageway so that it can absorb the negative energies in your home. You can also put it in your living area or in the area where you greet guests.
It is very interesting that spearmint is used to protect against witchcraft and the envy of others. It has many various health benefits. This plant has big influence for your wellbeing and some people believe that if you have a fresh spearmint plant you will attract economic prosperity.
If you want to remove bad vibes from the air and your house, thyme is the right plant for you. This is a purifying plant and it fights against negative energy, prevents nightmares and promotes self-esteem. This is the best way to protect yourself from the negative energy.
9. Lucky Bamboo
Lucky bamboo is the right answer for health, love and luck into your life. This is an indoor plant that you should have it at home. It has been used for thousands of years in Asia as a symbol of prosperity and fortune.
The vertical shape of this tall green plant represents the element wood, according to feng shui.
The plant’s stalks resemble bamboo, and the leaves are similar in shape.
This is a very low-maintenance plant. You can keep it in a corner of your room that has low lightening and away from direct sunlight. Keep it in a glass bowl with about 1 inch of distilled or purified water.Keep the bamboo stalks to odd numbers as they are considered to be most lucky.
Note: As the bamboo plant belongs to the Dracaena family, it is toxic to dogs and cats.
Min has many various health benefits. It’s great for your general health, and also promotes positive vibrations in any environment. The communication in your home will be better, and this plant is great fighter against insomnia and bad vibes.
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