The benefits of forest therapy are partly due to various plant-derived essential oils called phytoncides – airborne chemicals with antibacterial and antifungal qualities, which plants and trees emit to protect themselves from germs and insects. Forest air doesn’t just feel fresher; scientists now know that it is better for us. These chemicals are so powerful that, when we breathe them in, they help our bodies increase and improve the function of white blood cells, which we need to kill tumours and viruses. The Journal of Affective Disorders released analysis showing that a green, natural environment improves mood and self-esteem (crucial elements for happiness), and that the presence of water – a lake, river or ocean – makes the positive effects of happiness even more noticeable. Many studies show that exercising in forests – or even just sitting in one – reduces blood pressure and decreases levels of stress-related hormones cortisol and adrenalin. Even looking at photos or drawings of trees has a positive effect. And what about being naked, her is what a couple of experts hsve to say. “Going naked is great for healthy skin, it helps the elimination of sweat toxins that clothing can reintroduce to the body and better overall blood circulation.” according to plastic surgeon and skincare expert Dr. Michael Fiorillo. “Being naked in the sun not only boosts your vitamin D intake and your mood,” said Shaun Galanos, a sex educator and host of The Love Drive who works with famous nudist resort Hedonism II. “But, also it can help improve your circulation, and detoxify the skin.”

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4 thoughts on “Forest Therapy

  1. It would be so awesome to walk a trail through the woods and all of a sudden you stumble upon a handsome naked guy with a beautiful cock. I think that in that very moment I would instinctively fall down on my knees in front of him. That has been a big fantasy of mine for a long time.

  2. Actually, on re-reading this post, I am reminded of my own youthful wanks in Wimbledon Common or in Richmond Park. Both places near where I lived as a young man and where the burgeoning spring forest in verdant fullness could encompass me in some semi-private space in which I could unload a big wad of cummm. Many a sweaty cycling journey round the park ended up with a down-spandex rub of my wood against some other bloke’s, deep our the leafy woods, or a late night diversion from the path from the train into a heart-beat quickening grunt and fumble of a clearing – hearing my jizz drop on the broad summer leaves, always careful for nettles of course in the more overgrown parts. I fully agree that there is something so enlivening about nature and the full DH Lawence-ian flood of the Thames at full tide, sharing a wank with a buddy on the tow path under Hammersmith Bridge, or the bucolic fullness of a tree in full spring new bud. The sap rising. Even loved a few snow-covered winter wanks melting the white with my own spray of snowy cumm. Frosty night air settling on my dick as I played my own version of jingle balls. Or In The Bleak Mid Winter (Harold Darke’s version of course) where from under my Choir-boy’s habit, frosty wind made moan. Earth stood hard as iron, water like a stone… Here in Melbourne, of course, there are far fewer private places that are not well lit. There are delightful pissoirs in the Kings Domain built with a high wall and no roof so you can piss en plein aire while waiting for a fellow rubber to cumm by for company, a little sunshine on your dick while you wait. butt the central suburbs these days are all wall to wall with plush-pile investment bankers all pulling for their own bonus and not giving a toss for yours. Oh for my youthful days in London…

  3. Seb. love all these solid woodsmen in their natural environment. I myself never pass up the oppor-chance-ity to strip bare in the fresh forest air and spill my seed on some mossy path in a ferny dell. Nothing nicer than a wank in the sun-dappled shade wearing nothing but verdant foliage borrowed from a lush green copse.

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