Plants affect air quality in the living space. They clean the air of toxins and mold, creating a perfect environment.
If you have a need for raising the level of oxygen in your apartment or house, be sure to bring aloe in your home.
It purifies the body and spirit: The plant you have to have in your house!
In addition to what applies to a real oxygen bomb, aloe vera absorbs carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and formaldehyde. One Aloe has the effect as nine biological air purifiers in cans!
In addition to aloe, you can also choose a weeping fig. This plant is very easy to keep because it does not require a lot of light, and effectively cleans the air of formaldehyde. But be careful because the leaves are poisonous, so it is not recommended to be grown in homes where there are children and pets.
Ivy is a plant that everyone should have. It may seem unbelievable, because it has a reputation of being poisonous, but it removes as much as 60% of toxins from the air and 58% of particles of faeces within just six hours.
Spider plant has the ability to carry out the synthesis under conditions of minimum illumination. It excellently absorbs toxins from the air – formaldehyde, styrene, carbon monoxide and gasoline. One plant effectively cleans the air in a 200 square meter area.
Estragon is almost indestructible and great for the house. It is very resistant, and it needs a little bit of light for photosynthesis. It removes toxins, and it is good for the bedroom, because at night, it produces oxygen.
Lilies are also excellent in removing chemical toxins from the air. They filter formaldehyde from the air, as well as trichlorethylene.
NASA claims that every household should have between 15 and 18 of the listed plants on an area of 500 square meters. In their deployment, you should not skip the bedroom