The quality of air has become a concern for us all in India and especially in the northern region of India, where air quality is getting worse each passing day. Also, indoor air pollutants can also harm us so much which are caused by insulating and well- furnished products. Chemicals such as formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, benzene, xylene, etc. Toxins that are found in most household items and personal care products which can result in serious conditions such as frequent headaches, asthma, allergies, difficulty in digestion and more.
But Don't worry we have got the solution to all your air-related problems. A famous NASA study found that some plants are able to reduce indoor air pollutants such as benzene and formaldehyde, which may make you feel less stressed and more lively.
Aloe comes with some serious health wins. Aloe plant leaves contain a clear liquid full of vitamins, amino acids, that have wound-healing, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties to get rid of air pollutants. The plant does a good job of clearing the indoor air.
Hedera helix is an evergreen climbing plant. The ivy is widely cultivated as an ornamental plant. It is extremely easy to grow and it also boasts aerial roots that will attach to additional surfaces to proliferate. Put these in cute hanging baskets and decorate your room too.
Also known as the airplane plant, this lovely green sends up slim. They thrive in indirect sunlight and survive in just about any condition. They've been known to survive in temperatures as low as 2 degrees. It can remove toxins that make your air environment clean.
This easy-to-grow fern is known for its sword-shaped leaves. Boston ferns work great as a natural air humidifier and are one of the best indoor plants for clean air. The Boston fern thrives in humid environments and requires consistent moisture. It helps to remove toxins like formaldehyde and xylene.
Peace lilies also secure high rank in air purifying indoor plants, nearly with Boston ferns and English ivy. The plant does an excellent job of clearing the indoor air of the three most common Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) like benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene.
This plant is instantly recognizable by its sharp, pointy leaves, hence the name, also called Mother-in-law's Tongue! The plant is easy to care for and although it may not be one of the top air-purifying plants, but it is still good at filtering out toxicities. It releases oxygen in the night time, which is why it is a good idea to place the plant somewhere in your bedroom while sleeping.
Bamboo Palm is right at the top when it comes to purifying indoor air off different pollutants. It has an air purification score of 8.5 and is one of the best air filters available. They make great indoor additions too as they are pet-friendly.
Chrysanthemums, otherwise known as disbuds or mums are not only a great addition to a floral work, but they look great in your home and are known as one of the best air purifiers around. They are among the most difficult air purifiers to grow, but results in beautiful colourful blooms. It helps to remove many chemicals like ammonia, benzene, formaldehyde, and xylene.
The plant is also known as Weeping Fig. The ficus is native to southeast Asia, grown most commonly indoors the Weeping Fig can grow between two and 10 feet tall. Toxins removed are formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and benzene. Also, the plant is toxic to pets, so keep it out of their reach.
It requires bright, indoor light and constant light moisture in spring and summer. Areca palm plants help in absorbing indoor air pollutants like acetone, xylene, and toluene, which emits from petroleum products and paints and wooden furniture. They are a powerhouse when it comes to eliminating bad air pollutants in the air.
These burgundy evergreen trees originated from India. Another excellent air purifier, rubber plant is also famous for its toughness and can withstand extremely low temperatures. The plant comes with a high air purification score of 8.0 and will remove most indoor air pollutants like xylene, benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene.
Chinese evergreen plant normally prefers humid air, but will tolerate and grow pretty well much in all conditions. Chinese evergreen is one of the easiest air-purifying plants to grow in your house and is also very good at removing a variety of indoor air toxins like formaldehyde and xylene.
Orchid's plants are popular in every household. The fragrance they spread wherever they are placed becomes soothing. But in addition to being beautiful, these lil plants are also great natural air-purifiers which will give you clean air in Delhi or Northern region of India. Orchids get you rid of xylene - a pollutant found in the air.
When it comes to air cleaners, Lady Palm is one good option. The leaves of this plant look like fan blades and are evergreen in nature. Lady palm plants remove formaldehyde and ammonia from the air. Along with this plant also helps in improving the indoor air quality and provides a healthy fresh environment.
This is one of the easiest plants to grow. The more green you see, the more that plant will be pumping out clean oxygen in the air. The golden pothos plant is difficult the break and this makes them a popular choice for many households.
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