BIOENERGETIC LANDSCAPES, AN INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUE TO CREATE EFFECTIVE "HEALING GARDENS" UTILIZING THE BENEFICIAL ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF PLANTS
It's well known that a great quantity of vegetable species have therapeutic properties used as phytotherapeutic or alimentary medicines. Nevertheless few know that it is possible to choose and use the peculiar electromagnetic properties of plants for our benefit. A long study on the biological influence of electromagnetism of our Biosphere on living beings allowed to discover that each plant has its own characteristic influence on each organ of the human body, and that is possible to create particular interactions among plants and the natural and artificial magnetism of the place, measuring afterwards the positive effects on human body. The innovative technique of the Bioenergetic Landscapes consist in doing specific measurements on the environment and on plants, to use those with the most favourable properties for the body, by locating them in particular places of the garden. This can greatly increase the area covered by their beneficial electromagnetic properties, using the best biological qualities of each species, amplified and spread in the environment by particular waves of the natural electromagnetism. With this application it is possible to offer the most effective instrument to realise parks and gardens with authentic natural therapeutical characteristics. On the basis of preliminary assessment and tests before on the ground it will be possible to landscape the green space underlining the potentiality of the area, obtaining the best biological benefits from the plants used, while at the same time retaining all their aesthetic features.
Nieri, M. (2010). BIOENERGETIC LANDSCAPES, AN INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUE TO CREATE EFFECTIVE "HEALING GARDENS" UTILIZING THE BENEFICIAL ELECTROMAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF PLANTS. Acta Hortic. 881, 859-862
biosphere, natural electromagnetism, therapeutical effects, biological frequencies, Lecher antenna, bioenergetic garden, bioenergetic area, resonance