If you’re like most people, you worry about the quality of the air you’re breathing.
There’s just so much pollution nowadays, from factories and industries, vehicles, and second-hand smoke.
And it’s not just outside, either.
Inside, you’re exposed to that same air, plus whatever toxic chemicals happen to be in your cleaning products or the paint on your walls. There are also hundreds of microorganisms living in your house.
NASA produced a report on “Interior Landscape Plants for Indoor Air Pollution Abatement.
This study looked at various plants, plus a carbon filter to see whether the plants could absorb and purify toxins and microorganisms from indoor air.
Based on this report and other sources of proven research, we’ve compiled a list of the top indoor plants that can help purify your home’s air and protect you and your family from toxins and microorganisms.
Best of all, many of these are very easy to grow and maintain, so even if you aren’t a green-thumb, you can have clean air inside your home.
One thing to keep in mind, though. These are live plants, so they’ll need care and attention. If you overwater, you might end up with mold or other fungus that will make the air worse instead of better.
Be sure to follow directions and care for your plants appropriately, so they’ll thrive and help remove all those toxins from your air.
In this special report, we’ll uncover at the top indoor plants that will purify the air you breathe, as well as how to care for them.
We’ll also cover which toxins are most likely to be absorbed by each particular plant so you better understand how each variety goes to work in helping clean the air.
If you follow our directions and put a little work into caring for these plants, you’ll have a lovely, green home with a superior air supply.
Table of Contents
- #1: POTHOS
- #2: DWARF DATE PALM
- #3: PEACE LILY
- #4: PHILODENDRON
- #5: SPIDER PLANT
- #6: CHRYSANTHEMUMS
- #7: RUBBER PLANT
- #8: BOSTON FERN
- #9: ARECA PALM
- #10: DRACAENA