- Air-purifying house plants you never knew
The Best five Air-purifying house plants!
Perhaps, plants are Life Force in human lives. They help us to breathe clean air and is known to be the best medicine at many times. Present days, our environment is getting polluted often and so our indoor environment probably will be polluted. We must ensure our surroundings are toxin-free or it will pave the way to health issues. Yet stagnant indoor environments will lead the pollutants to build up and stick around in greater amounts. Our living and working places where there are air contaminants and places lacking decent ventilation can cause headaches, dizziness, nausea and eye, ear and nose irritation. So, it is highly advisable to use houseplants to clean the air which in turn help in breathing fresh air. Ensure you have a good quality of indoor air to breathe. All you need to do is just to find a pot, add potting soil to the bottom and place the plant so that the top of the soil remains at the same level. Then carefully pack potting soil around the edges of the plant and water it. Planting indoor plants will help you to have good quality air. Let’s check out the best plants to be planted in-house.
GARDEN MUM: According to NASA research, this particular plant was an air-purifying one which wipes out ammonia, benzene, formaldehyde, and xylene from indoor air. This is popular as well as inexpensive and also planted outside after they finished blooming.
SPIDER PLANT: One of the easiest plants to be grown in the house. It loves bright and indirect sunlight and the spider plants will send out shoots with flowers. And thus, it grow into baby spider plants or spiderettes.
PEACE LILY: Do you know the peace lily plants are smaller than many other plants? Yes! They also inhabit some major air-cleaning abilities. As per its name, peace lily plants possess good vibration and they spread good air. You must have to keep the peace lilies in a shady spot and keep the soil moist without overwatering. It will also remove much of the pollutants.
SNAKE PLANT OR MOTHER-IN-LAW’S TONGUE: Have you ever known that snake plant is one of the hardest houseplants to kill? Yes! it is the toughest one to be and need to be watered occasionally. Generally, it prefers drier conditions and some sun. It shoos away the pollutants such as benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and xylene.
ALOE VERA: Aloe vera is known to be the medicinal plant and it treats many health issues. The leaves of the plants contain a clear liquid that is loaded with vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, and other important compounds like wound-healing, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It wipes out the pollutants like formaldehyde and is also known to treat psoriasis.
So, no more worries about your indoor quality, plant plants and be a beneficiary and make sure the next generation will be the beneficiaries too!