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Houseplants for Purifying and Cleaning Indoor Air in your Home and Office.
Indoor air pollution comes from a lot of sources, including fragrances, cleaning products, chemical flame retardants in furniture, formaldehyde from gas stoves, trash bags, carpets, paper towels, etc. — all of which can have negative effects on our health. These toxins are most commonly found in airtight spaces with limited air circulation, like our homes and offices.
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What's a helpful solution:
Bringing nature indoors! Several plants filter out common VOC's aka volatile organic compounds. Plants naturally absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen, and several plants additionally eliminate toxins like benzene, formaldehyde, xylene, ammonia, and trichloroethylene.
10 Indoor Plant Options:
Red Edged Dracaena
Variegated Snake Plant
If plants are new to you just start by adding one at a time to make it doable.