Christmas Tree Plant
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A Christmas tree is a decorated tree, usually an evergreen conifer such as spruce, pine, or fir or an artificial tree of similar appearance, associated with the celebration of Christmas. The modern Christmas tree was developed in early modern Germany, in which devout Christians brought decorated trees into their homes.It acquired popularity beyond the Lutheran areas of Germany, during the second half of the 19th century, at first among the upper classes.
Benefits of christmas tree plant.
A French scientist named Jacques Masquelier found that pine bark known to be rich in vitamin C. Studies carried out in 1940 it was also discovered that the sea pine tree is also rich in antioxidants such as flavonols and bioflavonoids. Currently, the content of this tree has been processed into a food supplement called Pycnogenol.
Christmas tree lowered sense of stress experienced when someone nearby. This was disclosed in a study conducted by Dr. Brigitta Gatersleben from the University of Surrey who find that spruce can improve the well-being and life satisfaction. “It means Christmas trees provide a natural feel which can suppress the stress and prevent mental illness”
Oil produced from the distillation of pine trees can relieve a cough and sinus. You do this by inhaling fumes from the oil that dripped first in hot water.
Its use simply by applying a pine oil in place were in pain, then massage gently. Use pine oil from Pinus pinaster types. Avoid oils sourced from Pinus sylvestris because it can irritate the skin.
Care And planting.
2. Maintain the moisture in your tree. Continually water your living tree while it is indoors so it doesn’t dry out. If the tree dries out, it may be unable to recover.
· Check the water level in your tree’s basin regularly.
· If the root ball of your tree is wrapped in burlap, place the root ball in a tub. Add mulch on top of the root ball to help increase moisture.
· Ensure there is 1-2” of water at the bottom of your tub or container. Any more than that may drown the roots.
· To add more moisture, use a spray bottle to spray water onto the leaves and branches of the tree. Be careful when spraying near lights or ornaments.
· As an alternative to adding water, you can place crushed ice over top your tree’s root ball.