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6 House Plants that Clean Your Air

Breath easy.....some other health related indoor plants that clean the air

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Daily Planner Printable - Day Organizer - A4 Daily Planner Inserts - A5 Daily Planner, 8.5"x11" - Chic Planner - Cute Daily Planner

Your daily planner is your map to your life and vital for your future success. Let your planner effortlessly guide you throughout your day. Taking away the worry and stress of trying to remember every little detail that needs to be accomplished. Its your daily organiser and life planner rolled into one sheet TIP: Spend 10 minutes in the evening to plan out your next day. Whilst you sleep youre mind will be subconsciously thinking about your daily plan and all the tasks you need to get…

In most cases, the air in your home is actually dirtier than the air you breath outside. YUCK! Here are indoor plants that help improve your indoor air quality!

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7 Plants that Improve Indoor Air Quality by Removing Chemicals

Indoor air quality can be up to seven times more polluted that outdoor air. Since we spend most of our time indoors, it is important for us to look for ways to improve indoor air quality. Fortunately, there exists a cheap, easy and visually appealing way to do so: houseplants. Around 17 years ago, a man named Kamal Meattle became completely allergic to indoor air as a result of the chemicals off-gassed from household furnishings and cleaners. With the help of NASA scientists, he…

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Top 10 Air Purifying House Plants

Plants take in benzene, trichloroethylene and formaldehyde, the 3 most harmful indoor toxins, and in turn produces clean air for us to breath. Adding the right house plants to your home is an easy way to help keep your air clean.

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10 plants that clean indoor air at your home

26 House Plants That Detox The Air In Your Home Naturally NASA researchers suggest efficient air cleaning is accomplished with at least one plant per 100 square feet of home or office space. Here's a building that creates its own air: