According to a recent research by NASA, every home and office should have 7 specific plants that can absorb toxins from the air and improve its quality. These natural purifiers are absolutely crucial for the quality of air we breathe inside, which is getting increasingly hard to keep clean.

7 Indoor Plants That Clean The Air And Remove Toxins

 

Nowadays, air and environmental pollution are at such a high level that it’s almost impossible to breathe clean air. The lack of oxygen in the air can smother your lungs and body and is responsible for fatigue, bad mood and other similar symptoms. Toxins such as benzene, trichlorethylene and formaldehyde are everywhere around us, and are harming our health every day. Luckily, the presence of these contaminants in our home can be reduced by growing the following 7 plants:

 

  1. Golden creeper

This plant is a great air purifier, but it’s also toxic to pets, so make sure to keep it out of reach. It cleans the air of formaldehyde and benzene, and is also easy to grow and maintain, which is why people love it. Keep the golden creeper in indirect sunlight, and only water the soil when it’s dry.

  1. Peace lily

This amazing plant can reduce the level of mold spores in the air and absorb cigarette smoke and acetone vapors. It can clean ammonia, benzene, formaldehyde and trichlorethylene from the air, and has a nice white flower that will beautify your home.

  1. Green lily

The green lily plant can eliminate up to 90% toxins in the air in just 48 hours. The plant grows quickly and can absorb mold and other allergens from the air. According to one study, green lily can remove carbon monoxide from the air in 24 hours.

  1. Tap fern

The domestic tap fern is a natural humidifier which looks very attractive. It is ideal for people with dry skin, and besides humidifying the air, it will also destroy any toxin it comes in contact with. Keep the tap fern in a well-lit area and make sure to water it regularly.

  1. Ficus

The common ficus plant can clean the air of harmful toxins and other contaminants. Besides this, it also releases oxygen in the air, which makes it great for your bedroom. However, if you’re allergic to latex, handle the plant with gloves on!

  1. Snake plant

The snake plant absorbs toxins from the air and releases oxygen overnight just like the ficus, which makes it great for the bedroom. The plant is easy to maintain and can be kept in dark or light places.

  1. Chrysanthemum

This attractive plant can remove different volatile organic compounds from the air such as benzene which has been related to cancer. Most cigarettes contain benzene which is why you should put the plant in your home if you’re a smoker.

 

Source :  healthyfood-for-healthylife.com

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According to a recent research by NASA, every home and office should have 7 specific plants that can absorb toxins from the air and improve its quality. These natural purifiers are absolutely crucial for the quality of air we breathe inside, which is getting increasingly hard to keep clean.   Nowadays,...