Turns out, adding plants to your home does far more than just brighten up a room. Many plants are known to help purify the air, naturally.
We’re sharing four NASA recommended plants (according to a Clear Air Study) to consider adding to your home to help clean the air and help remove certain toxins. Many of the plants were shown to help filter out toxins such as benzene, ammonia and formaldehyde.
4 House Plants For Cleaner Air
#1 Aloe Vera
The aloe plant can be added to any room that gets a decent amount of light. It doesn’t require frequent watering, making it a great low maintenance option.
#2 Snake Plant
Also known as the Mother-In-Law’s Tongue, this plant is thought to help purify the air of a handful of toxins. Its bright, vibrant green color adds a nice touch to any room.
#3 Areca Palm
Looking for a larger option? An Areca Palm is a great option. It adds a nice tropical feel to any room and has some great air purifying properties.
#4 Red Edged Dracaena
Here’s another larger plant option that makes a great choice when you are looking for a plant to add to a larger space in your home. The leaves have a touch of red, adding a nice pop of color.
Use Plants As a Natural Way to Help Purify The Air In Your Home
While there are plenty of air purifying products you could invest in, there are also a number of air-purifying plants that help keep the air in our home clean.
Consider adding some of these plants to your home to bring the look and feel of nature into any of your living spaces.