The best indoor air purification plants to breath well and stay healthy.

Indoor Air Purification Plants

Be it your home or office, poor air quality ha became a common phenomenon in this tech savvy world. May be we have forgotten our roots and raised tech bar to the level that one day we’ll need to pay for pure air. In fact, in some of the countries, people need to pay to breathe.

 Indoor air pollutants have been ranked among the top five environmental risks to public health: Stagnant indoor environments allow pollutants to build up and stick around in greater amounts than we humans should be breathing in.

Now, how to deal with it?

Frankly speaking, it is not too late. We can still manage to plant indoor air purification mechanism which will give you pure air right to the place where you spend most of your time.

Following are the list of plants and understand how they help you to breathe pure.

#1  Red-Edged Dracaena

The one with the reddish outline is what you need in your life. They are helpful to remove toxins like formaldehyde, xylene, and trichloroethylene. They might be slow to grow but they can grow up to 15ft tall. It is a popular decorator plant that can add a sculptured look to your interior. It flourishes in Bright filtered light indoors.

 

 

 

#2  Snake Plant

They are quite easy to maintain since it requires minimal watering. These plants prefer drier conditions and a little sun. Another tidbit is that the plant is interestingly nicknamed as “mother-in-law’s tongue.” The snake plant is useful to remove toxins like benzene, formaldehyde, and xylene.

 

 

#3 Chrysanthemum

This particular plant is known to remove ammonia from indoor air and are ranked the highest for air purification. . These bright fellows love the sun. Keep them out in direct sunlight spots. It will also help you to brighten up room. The chrysanthemum is useful to combat pollutants like benzene and toxins released from detergents and paint.

 

 

#4 Rubber Plant

If you've got a dim office that's just screaming for cleaner air and a little touch of nature, try a rubber plant or Janet Craig. Both will tolerate very little sun and grow. As time passes this rubber plant will become much more skilled at eliminating toxic compounds present in the air. Bacteria within the rubber plants leaves break up the toxins and also feast on them. The procedure subsequently emits clean air in to the surrounding environment. Since the plant grows, these microorganisms increase.

 

 

 

#5 Golden Pothos

It is considered one of the most effective indoor air purifiers for removing common toxins. Nicknamed “money plant,” they are great at removing carbon monoxide and bringing up the quality of the air you breathe. They need a little sun and less watering. The plant is toxic for consumption, keep it away from the reach of pets and children.

 #6 Bamboo Palm

One of the most popular household plants is the bamboo palm.This attractive fellow loves shady areas and is great at filtering out benzene and trichloroethylene. They can get pretty big, so place them in wide unused areas, maybe near furniture.

 

#7 Peace Lily

Research conducted by NASA found the Peace Lily to be one of the top indoor plants for cleaning air. It stands to filter out formaldehyde, benzene, ammonia, and trichloroethylene. The beautiful flowering plant can grow without much water and sunlight. The white flowers will be a great addition to your living room. Medium, indirect sunlight is the ideal situation for it. Yellow leaves indicate the plant is getting too much light.

#8 Gerbera Daisy

This bright plant is great at battling trichloroethylene, a chemical released from dry cleaning, varnishes, and adhesives. You could have them in your laundry room or bedrooms. Place them in well-drained soils and in direct sunlight. It is also important commercially. It is the fifth most used cut flower in the world (after rose, carnation, chrysanthemum, and tulip).

 

 

#9 Aloe Vera

Besides their health benefits, they have been found to reduce inflammation and remove toxins like formaldehyde and benzene (found in plastics and detergents). The plant is great to purify the air, treat burns, and is even good for the skin and hair.

 

#10 English Ivy

This popular plant has been found to reduce particles of airborne fecal-matter. They are helpful to reduce toxins like benzene, formaldehyde (found in household cleaning products), xylene, and toluene. The plant makes your airways to relax and helps reduce colds, coughs, asthma. Another research claims that this climbing vine can substantially reduce the growth of mold in your house. Do keep in mind the berries and leaves aren’t safe for consumption. Keep it away from the reach of children and pets.

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