Indoor plants not only beautify the living environment, but they also enhance people’s health by purifying the air of chemicals and mold.
The Lifestyle Home Garden stresses that indoor plants consume CO2 and keep oxygen circulating, which helps them to help avoid infection, alleviate anxiety, and minimize stress. Creating a comfortable and happy environment tends to maximize job performance by improving heightened focus, concentrating, expanded efficiency, enhanced imagination, and general well-being.
Indoor plants, by purifying and cleaning the dirt, effectively encourage a happy and cleaner working and living environment.
Everyone would benefit from having at least one of these air-purifying plants below to avoid health problems:
- Aloe Vera Gel
- It is one of the most effective air cleaners due to its ability to trap carbon monoxide, CO2, and formaldehyde while releasing oxygen.
- Six hours after being put in the room, it will eliminate up to 60% of the chemicals and 58 percent of the waste particles from the air.
- The bamboo palm
- This plant removes benzene and trichloroethylene from the atmosphere.
- The Chinese evergreen
- Keep this plant in an area of your house that is not subject to direct sunlight, and it will purify the air and eliminate pollutants.
- The snake plant
- The snake plant needs a small amount of sunlight to conduct photosynthesis and emit oxygen during the night.
- Pelargonium (Pelargonium officinale)
- It promotes sleep and relaxes the nervous system while also combating bacteria and poor odor.
- It does not need direct sunlight, but it should be held in a well-lit area. It is capable of removing formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and xylene from the air.
- The spider plant
- This plant needs a small amount of light to conduct photosynthesis. This method aids in the removal of carbon monoxide, diesel, styrene, and other chemicals from the air. It has the capacity to clean up to 200 m2 of space.
- Lilies of the valley
- Peace lilies are very good at removing chemicals and airborne contaminants such as formaldehyde and trichloroethylene, which aids in the creation of a calming environment in the room.
NASA reports that at least 17 plants will clean a 500 m2 field. They advise keeping one of the plants listed above in the bedroom to increase sleeping comfort and combat insomnia.
The advantages of indoor plants, as well as their ability to filter toxic contaminants and pollutants from the air inside our most inhabited indoor rooms, make the air more breathable for us and, as a result, aid in the transformation of a room into a living space.”