Benefits of Japanese Natural Wood – Destress at Home

Natural Japanese Wood

Do you know that Japanese Natural Wood is good for you?

There are studies done in Japan that “Forest Therapy” can help you to destress and improve overall health.

According to Yoshifumi Miyazaki, Japan’s leading scholar on forest medicine, a walk in the forest does indeed calm a stressed baby, and much more. A walk in the woods, or ‘shinrin-yoku’, provides preventive medical effects by relieving stress and recovering the immune system diminished by stress. And for the first time, Japanese scientists have found ways to quantify the impact that forest therapy (shinrin-ryoho), can have on humans. ” Read More Here.

However, not everyone can have access to a beautiful forest or wooded area. That is why the Japanese enjoy lovely hot baths or “O-furo”お風呂 in natural Japanese Cypress wood tubs (ヒノキ Hinoki). The gentle fragrance of the cypress wood calms the soul and help destress.

In the home, we not be able to enjoy a full Japanese cypress bath. But there are also many Japanese Cypress bathroom accessories like bath water scoop,  bath basin,  soap holder dish, bath stools, cypress dry bath floor grid and shampoo bottle racks which you can also enjoy. You can create the feel of a Japanese Onsen 温泉 hot spring bath experience right in your own home!

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In addition to the healing fragrance of natural Japan Cypress wood,  Hinoki also has anti-bacterial properties and is very resistance to rotting. It is a safe and natural product to use in the home.

Try natural destressing techniques at home. Relax at the end of the day with a calming bath amidst nature. Enjoy healthy living with Natural Japanese Wood.

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