For over 1000 years the Japanese have been visiting Japanese forests to engage within “shinrin-yoku” which means “forest bathing” in Japanese. Everyone from school children to teenagers to adults and the elderly engage in this practice as it is believed that doing so immerses ones self in the bath of medicinal aerosols which makeup the forest atmosphere. Feeling refreshed and invigorated after undergoing a walk in the forest can be explained chemically as the aerosols given off by trees directly...
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