Did you know that our appliances, PVC joinery, furniture, plywood, linoleum, wallpaper, detergents saturate air in our homes and offices with toxic substances such as benzene, toluene, phenol, formaldehyde and other harmful substances?
This results in an increased level of dust and germs that leads to deterioration of human health, the development of allergies and respiratory diseases.
Have pot plants at home will help, because plants act as a biological filter collecting dust in their leaves, which absorbs bad thing and release oxygen.
Even NASA recommends these plants to purify the air in space stations, and you certainly will purify the air in residential premises
These are seven of the most useful plants to purify the air a room :.
Schefflera or “umbrella tree” – was created for rooms where people smoke. It absorbs and neutralizes nicotine and tar found in cigarette smoke. It has modest requirements – you need a lot of light, and spreads just a little
Epipremnum aureum, or “Golden Vine” -. Purifies the air of benzene. It has broad leaves that absorb a lot of these substances. It is easy to grow and requires no special conditions. In addition to benzene, which also absorbed many other harmful chemicals
Dracena -. It is a tropical plant that filters out many toxins, including formaldehyde. Dracena must be kept in light but not direct sun. Do not store in the project because it will quickly lose most of the leaves
Hlorofitum -. It is attractively decorated in each window, which allows enough light. Efficiently it absorbed gas emissions. Therefore, this plant is simply indispensable for all who live on the first and second floor
Hall of Chamaedorea (Chamaedorea elegans – Happiness palm) -. This plant is considered one of the healthiest plants that purify the air. Actively moisturizes the air and harmful substances emitted by plastic filters
Hedera helix (English ivy room) and Ficus benjamina (or weeping fig) -. These two plants are the champions in air purification. They have a natural ability to filter air pollutants, including benzene, formaldehyde, xylene and toluene
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