Did you all know that the best natural source of air purifier are HOUSE PLANTS!
Back in the late '80s, NASA and the Associated Landscape Contractors of America studied houseplants as a way to purify the air in space facilities. In this research they found many plants that filter out common volatile organic compounds (VOCs). I also found other resources and studies that confirm and validate the How house plants purify our air in our homes. You may wonder what pollutants are found in indoor air of our homes? A frightening list of volatile organic compounds, xylene, hexane, heptane, octane, decane, trichloroethylene or TCE, methylene chloride and formaldehyde have been found in indoor air. They are other factor like pollutants that are also linked to have serious health impacts like for example Benzene, is internationally recognized as a cancer-causing agent.
We can avoid many factors that harm our families by introducing House plants to our homes because of the benefits they will provide us. No-one wants to get sick due to their illnesses, such as asthma and other neurologic, reproductive, developmental, and respiratory disorders are all linked to exposure to VOC.
Did you know that the ozone can be infiltrate indoor's? Yes it can! its released by an simple Copy machine,laser printer and Indoor air purifiers. so imagine that? Poor indoor air quality can sicken and educating our selves with the importance of our indoor plants how they take in carbon dioxide and other gases from the air. Below there's an image that shows you the different Plants that help purify indoor air.
Here are some other Indoor Plants that Naturally help keep our indoor air purified:
Japanese royal fern
I'm a plant lover and I also have my Lil organic Garden where I grow my vegetables and herbs, I also have my fruit tree's That I grow and harvest for me and my family.
I know we all want to live a healthy longer life and we also want to implement a GREEN Lifestyle having the proper tools and resources that will help us better our Lives. So don't be shy and ask your Local Gardner questions about indoor plants that purify the air, remember we all don't have a green thumb but we sure can learn!