Antidepressants Microbes In Soil: How Dirt Makes You Happy
Are you taking an antidepressant pill anytime you feel down? Read this and your life will change….
Recent studies have shown that soil microbes have similar effects to the brain like antidepressants and they even don’t have side effects and chemical dependency potential.
Usually old people use natural remedies to cure a medical problem they have. They had cure for almost every physical, emotional or mental problem. To this day no one knows how they worked, but they just did.
Modern scientists have studied the substance mycobacterium vaccae, which can be found in soil. These studies included patients with cancer. It turns out that this substance has similar effect like the antidepressant Prozac. It stimulates the production of serotonin, which makes you happier and relaxed.
You sure have seen that most of the gardeners have their “happy face” on all the time. They say that the time they spend in the garden is the most relaxing and stress reducing time of the day for them. I know that all of you out there that have spent some quality time in the garden can relate to this. It also improves the cognitive function.
How does this work? Actually antidepressant microbes in soil help the production of serotonin by raising the cytokine levels. This bacterium was injected in rats and it turns out that they were less stressful, had increased cognitive ability and better concentration.