10 plants in the interior

How is NASA related to indoor plants? It’s simple. In 1989 was published report on the effect of indoor plants on the surrounding air.

Below is a list of 10 seedlings that skillfully clean the atmosphere and reduce stress.

10 plants in the interior
1. Epipremnum aureum

This is the most powerful and not killed plant. However, it works great as a cleaner.
It can grow quietly in partial shade and loves bright light, and also withstands prolonged drought.

2. Ivy

It is known that this type of ivy actively copes with the appearance of mold in the house, helps to cleanse the air of various types of harmful spores and helps to cope with allergies.

3. Boston Fern

Boston’s ferns are on NASA’s list for its ability to remove substances such as formaldehyde, plastic compounds or cigarette smoke. At the same time, they are undemanding to additional lighting and humidity, the Boston fern needs abundant watering with soft, lime-free water: rain or melt water is best.

4. Spathiphyllum

This flower is known for its ability to break down compounds such as carbon monoxides, formaldehyde and benzene.

5. Aloe vera

Aloe Vera is everywhere. In food, drinks, for burns, creams and masks. But it is also known that this flower perfectly absorbs air compounds from paint and cleaning products.

6. Sansevieria

These African plants can actively absorb CO2 and release oxygen. Therefore, they are indispensable for the bedroom. A dream with such flowers only grows stronger. They are also able to clean the air of xylene, toluene and trichlorethylene.

7. Ficus elastica

Due to their wide leaves, these plants absorb harmful compounds and use them for their own growth. In fact, it is a natural air purifier in the house.

8. Gerbera

Институт легких заявляет, что герберы известны своей способностью поглощать воздушные соединения бензола и производить кислород ночью, что может помочь тем, кто страдает апноэ во сне.

The Lung Institute claims that gerberas are known for their ability to absorb airborne compounds of benzene and produce oxygen at night, which can help those who suffer from sleep apnea.

9. Azaleas

This hygrophilous plant is capable of absorbing formaldehyde. Therefore, if you brought freshly sawn furniture from particleboard, then place pots with such a plant near it.

10 plants in the interior
10. Dracaena

Dracaena is generally a very positive plant (tree of happiness) from the agave family. And at the same time, it also, like azalea, copes well with formaldehydes. Requires a rare but plentiful watering.

When you arrive from the forest, you feel a surge of strength, calmness and optimism. Apparently, this is due to clean air. Therefore, I propose to make it clean and in the interiors.

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