Plant yourself a good mood garden, grab, consume and treat yourself from bad mood

Ward off the blues with a backyard filled with stress relieving, energizing plants for eating and aromatherapy

Plant yourself a good-mood garden, and get the benefits not just of a little garden therapy but of all the healthy foods linked to lower rates of depression.

Certain vegetables and herbs are rich in antidepressant compounds and minerals that can do everything from taking the edge off a bad day to curing full-blown depression.

Here’s a guide to get you started—10 of the most potent antidepressant foods and herbs and how to grow them anywhere.

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