Some plants work as excellent air purifiers, and keeping a few of these in your home is always a good idea. Experts at NASA explain that these plants remove mold and toxins from the air.

You should use at least 15 of the air-cleansing plants in every 600 square meters. Always have one of these in your bathroom.

Aloe Vera plants is a real oxygen bomb. It purifies air and boosts oxygen levels. Can you believe that a single Aloe Vera plant has the same capacity as nine air-purifying plants?

Weeping figs are an excellent choice when it comes to eliminating formaldehyde from the air. It doesn’t need too much light or fancy conditions.

But, don’t keep weeping figs if you have small children or pets, because their leaves are poisonous.

We give you some of the greatest air purifiers:

Keep lilies in order to remove chemicals like formaldehyde and trichloroethylene.

It doesn’t need too much light to proceed with its synthesis. A single spider plant cleanses about 200 square meter area. It will absorb toxins, gasoline, formaldehyde, styrene, and carbon monoxide.

It needs a tiny bit of sunlight, and “exhales” oxygen overnight. Keep a few of these in your bedroom. Estragon plants are easy to grow.

It will remove 60% of all the toxins in your air, and 58% of feces particles within 6 hours. Always keep one of these in your home.

Source :  healthyandnaturalcures.com 

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Some plants work as excellent air purifiers, and keeping a few of these in your home is always a good idea. Experts at NASA explain that these plants remove mold and toxins from the air. You should use at least 15 of the air-cleansing plants in every 600 square meters....