If you are asked if gardening can help troubled minds help, what comes into your mind. Is it a yes or a no? Kristofor Husted articles posted in The Salt will answer this question.
The answer is yes. It is in fact widely used therapy among prison yards, retirement and veterans homes and even programs to troubled youth. This therapy is called horticultural therapy. Studies have shown that gardening reduces stress and calms the nerves of the patients. They have also found out that the patients who undergone this therapy show a positive result. Most of them tend not to return to their bad behavior and live for the better.
It is just amazing how gardening can teach us in so many ways and even helping those troubled mind heal. To read the full article click here.