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  1. Forest Bathing: A Peaceful Excursion September 22, 2015 at 12:30 PM |

    […] Forest Bathing, known as Shinrin-Yoku in Japan and Sanlimyok in Korea, is just a leisurely walk in the forest. Not only will the sight of trees calm your spirit, but it’ll calm your body as well. The scent of the trees comes from phytoncides that are medically known to reduce stress, reduce blood pressure, and other benefits. Get more information about Forest Bathing here:: Forest Bathing for Health […]

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