Did you know the air quality inside your home may be more harmful than it is outside? This is because it is an enclosed space. Also, people bring many chemicals into their homes, like cleaning products, for example. Although you could buy an expensive air purifier for each room, there is another, more natural solution in the form of healthy plants.
Houseplants are inexpensive, all-natural air purifiers. They’re beautiful and work hard to make the air in your house clean and toxin-free. And best of all, most are easy to care for and maintain. So, keep reading to learn more about the top five healthy plants for your home.
If you want a houseplant that smells great and works hard, rosemary has you covered. Set this plant on the window seal in your kitchen. Its herby scent will freshen up the room, while it purifies the air quality.
This houseplant is part of the succulent family and has medicinal properties. Its inner gel is great for minor cuts, scratches, and burns. On top of its soothing topical uses, Aloe Vera is also a natural air purifier.
People suffering from asthma and allergies need English ivy around. This healthy plant can filter almost 95 percent of airborne mold from your home’s air.
This plant is sometimes called mother-in-law’s tongue. But although it is a flowering plant, it rarely blooms. Not only will this healthy plant improve your home’s air quality, but it may even reduce headaches.
If you want a plant that can purify the air and stand up to lighting variations, this is it. Pothos is one of the sturdiest houseplants you will find. It also happens to be one of the plants NASA uses on the International Space Station. Pothos is a healthy plant because it pulls toxins, including formaldehyde out of the air.
All of these five healthy plants are easy to find and take care of, too. They will clean the air in your home while looking beautiful in any room. So, pick one up today to make your home a healthier place for everyone.