Nasa’s Best Air Filtering Plants For Home

Learn about the plants that purify the air in your home. We have the Nasa Infographic that contains lots of helpful info.
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There are so many toxins and chemicals swirling around our homes, in fact, more than you could possibly realize! The good news is you can cleanse the air of your living space with certain houseplants.

We have tracked down the Nasa findings in a handy infographic and it has lots of great information that will help you pick the perfect plant.

via Love The Garden

Nasa Air Filtering Plant Guide

via Love The Garden

As you can see from the above chart that we found on Love The Garden, we are exposed to a myriad of harmful chemicals on a daily basis. When you select Air Filtering Plants, they will absorb these toxins and in turn reduce your exposure.

If you suffer allergies, throat and eye irritations, and coughing, these could be associated with the chemical build up in your home.

Plants That Purify Air Video Tutorial

via Great Life And More, Youtube.

Before you check out the Plant Purification Infographic from Nasa that we have included below, we thought we would share the video.

This will get you familiar with the various Plants that are recommended in Nasa’s findings. Click Play above to view ^

The chart includes ready available indoor plants like the Peace Lily, Chrysanthemums, Boston Palm to name but a few.

These plants will not only enhance your health, but they will increase the attractiveness of your home. They will also add bucket loads of good energy to your space.

If you would like to find out how to cleanse your home of negative energy, be sure to read our post here.

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