Inexpensive Ways to Add Plants to Your Chronic Pain Tool Box

When Camper Jen of the website Pain Camp approached me with the idea of contributing a guest post about one of the tools that help her cope with migraine disease and other chronic illnesses, horticultural therapy, I jumped at the chance. I’m always on the lookout for unique ideas we can draw upon to cope with the debilitating nature of migraine disease, and horticulture is something I sadly know very little about. I hope you learn as much as I did. – Diana

Inexpensive Ways to Add Plants to Your Chronic Pain Toolbox

Guest Post by Camper Jen of Pain Camp

When I encourage people to use plants and gardening as a tool in their chronic pain toolkits, I often hear, “But, I have a black thumb!” Diana (founder and editor of this website) shares her personal chronic pain tool box and asks readers what they put in their tool boxes. For me, plants and gardening are essentials in my chronic pain tool kit. It is especially sweet when everything I need I can find inexpensively or for free. Keep reading for some of my tips & tricks for practicing horticultural therapy and accessing plants and gardening affordable.