8 Plants That Will Surely Clean The Air At Your Home According To NASA



There are many things you can do to clean up the air in your home.

First, stop buying products made with toxic chemicals that pollute your living space. 

Products like air fresheners, vinyl flooring, pressed wood made with formaldehyde, and harsh solvents fill your air with nasty chemicals that harm your health.

There are no “SAFE” commercial air fresheners.

According to the Environmental Working Group, “A few companies provide ingredient lists on their website in response to consumer demand, but the word “fragrance” may hide dozens of chemicals, many of which may never have been assessed for safety.”

If you don’t even have control over knowing what’s in a product, that’s a huge red flag that you don’t want it in your home. 

Ventilating your home by opening a window, even if it’s for just a few minutes a day, will improve your indoor air quality.

Also, placing common household plants in various rooms of your home is a way to grow fresh air.

According to the recent NASA study that focused on some of the most common indoor chemical pollutants, indoor plants made a significant reduction, especially of benzene and formaldehyde.

The study suggests that the plant roots and their associated microorganisms are the major pathway for chemical removal. 

Also, these results indicate that plants can play a major role in removal of organic chemicals from indoor air.

Here are the 8 most recommended plant that will surely disinfects and detoxify the air in your home:


- Peace Lily
- Snake Plant
- Aloe Vera Plant
- English Ivy
- Florist’s Daisy/Pot Mum
- Mass Cane
- Gerbera Daisy
- Weeping Fig

Don’t worry– your house can smell yummy with the replacement suggestions above.

(Source: Wellnessbin)
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