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Embrace Better Air Quality With These 13 Detoxifying Plants

Posted By planetnatural on Home - Scientific studies have proven that choosing air-purifying plants for your home helps detoxify the air in your living spaces, so not only do these houseplants look lovely, but they also clean the air you breathe in. Several air-purifying plants can detoxify the air in your home from the airborne toxins and germs found in different household products or furniture. Here are the best air-purifying plants and where to keep them to give your home a breath of fresh air. 1. English Ivy (Hedera helix) English ivy is an easy-growing perennial vine that can effectively reduce airborne fecal particles, making this green vine the perfect air-purifying plant for your bathroom. This perennial vine needs generous watering and prefers 2–5 hours of direct daily sunlight to return the love with clean, fresh, and detoxified air. 2. Chrysanthemum (Chrysanthemum indicum) Brighten up your living room or kitchen with this beautiful flower. Chrysanthemum helps filter out toxins, such as benzene and ammonia, often found in detergents, plastics, and glue. Chrysanthemums love plenty of sunlight, so place them near a sun-bathed window and water every day or every other day, depending on the weather. Water the soil at the base of the plant, not the... Read more

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