When most of us think about pollution, we tend to only think about the air outside. But did you know that the air inside your home can be even more polluted than the air outside? Considering how much time we and our families spend inside, especially during the colder months, the quality of the air we breathe inside is paramount.
Lack of proper ventilation, condensation, mold, allergens, insulation, these are all factors that can impact the quality of the air inside. One way to purify the air inside your home is to have plants. We all know that plants take in carbon dioxide and turn it into oxygen, so it’s best to have as many plants as possible.
But not all plants are created equally, and considering lack of space is a problem many homeowners face, it’s important to know what kind of plants are best at clearing toxins and negative energy from the air in your home.
Here are some plants that are perfect for the job: Aloe Vera, peace lily, English ivy, spider plant, golden pothos, estragon. These are all low-maintenance plants that have a high impact, so make sure to include them in your home décor.