Photo: Skagit Valley DaffodilsSarah Jio, Glamour magazine
Are you feeling a little down today? Quick, get to the grocery store and pick up a bouquet of these flowers...
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Scientists have reported that flowers boost mood before, and past studies have hinted that daffodils, particularly yellow-colored flowers, may have the power to improve happiness, but the latest research takes it a step further.
In a new study conducted by Danish researchers, daffodils were found to be able to penetrate a layer of the brain in a way that could someday be used to treat depression.
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I'm not surprised that daffodils seem to have such fab qualities. They've been my favorite flowers since I was a little girl, and I always feel more cheerful when I smell their sweet, lemony scent.
Go get yourself a vase of flowers for your desk today!
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Do you love daffodils?