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5 Indoor Plants You Must Consider Having in 2020
5 Indoor Plants You Must Consider Having in 2020

5 Indoor Plants You Must Consider Having in 2020

Studies have proven that house plants improve concentration and productivity and they reduce stress levels. Indoor air pollution, arises from a variety of causes which can also cause health problems. Studies warn that carbon pollution and resulting climate change are expected to lead to more intense hurricanes and storms, heavier and frequent floods, increased drought, and more severe wildfires. Houseplants make the best natural air purifiers. They have the ability to cleanse the air from toxic chemicals which are usually found in paint, cigarettes, vinyl and solvents. Plants can raise the humidity in the air and release water as moisture which can help us from breathing problems, dry coughs and sore throat.  Here I will list out 5 such  indoor plant which you should consider having at home from this year and why you should have them.

1) Spider Plant

spider plant

  • Removes Formaldehyde
  • Absorbs Toluene
  • Removes Ozone
  • Reduces Hydrocarbons

2) Snake Plant

snake plant

  • Absorb excessive amounts of carbon monoxide
  • Emits oxygen and filters other toxins from the air such as benzene, xylene, trichloroethylene and formaldehyde.
  • Increase Productivity and Decrease Stress

3) Money Plant

money plant

  • Good Air Purifier
  • Reduce Anxiety and Sleep Disorders
  • Absorbs Radiation

 4) Aloe Vera

aleo vera

  • Very Good Antioxidant and Antibacterial Properties
  • Heals Burns
  • Used to Heal Mouth Ulcer
  • Can be used to Reduce Constipation
  • Application of Aloe Vera Gel To Skin Reduces Ageing
  • Great For Hair

5) Peace Lily

peace lily

  • Removes Harmful Toxins From the Air
  • Keeps Room Moist
  • Removes Ammonia
  • Can remove Formaldehyde
  • Helps in removing Benzene

With the increased pollution outdoor and indoor lets decide to plant more trees and plants to reduce toxins and pollutants from air and help a better future.

10 Comments

  1. Kp

    Thank you for this valuable information. Could you please guide me as to what I should do with my Spider plant? I planted one recently I don’t know shit about these things. I did it out of sheer impulse when someone told me that girls love it when you have potted plants in your apartment.

    But the plant has started to die I think. I might have watered it every single day?
    I do not know if I should do this or if I should water it once in a week or where to place it. (It’s kept in the kitchen as of now, gets a lot of sun ). I do not want it to die as I have given a lot of effort to soil for my plant in this age of concrete and flats. Please help me.

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