The human body is really something. We have brains that house about 100 billion neurons, forming over 100 trillion neural synapses. And the basis for all human activity – though, emotion, and basic survival processes like breathing and blood circulation – rests entirely upon tiny little protein-coding machines (DNA), dictating every function in our body. What’s more, the human immune system has the ability to produce billions of different antibodies in response to various infections – a stunning multilayered defense mechanism that serves to protect our bodies. So the fact that for two months out of the year, I lose the ability to breathe out of my nose in the presence of any living plant is BEYOND ME.