There may be Health Benefits of Air-purifying Indoor Plants
Indoor plants may take longer to purify the air, but they are still beneficial. Indoor plants may:
- Reduce irritation to eyes, ears, nose and throat
- Prevent or ease coughing and congestion
- Lower your stress
- Boost your attention capacity
- Reduce levels of CO2 and increase relative humidity.
Being one of the easiest air purifying plants to grow and maintain, a money plant is a perfect natural air purifier for your home, especially when the pollution levels are at peak. In fact, it is an ideal bedroom plant. A money plant continues to produce oxygen at night unlike other plants that produce carbon dioxide at night.
Purifying indoor plants reduce levels of CO2 and increase relative humidity. In other words, plants may help get rid of stale air and act as a natural humidifier, which can prevent or ease irritation to your eyes, nose, throat, and even lungs.
Easy to maintain plants include:
Mother-in-law’s Tongue (Snake Plant)