Best 10 Air purifying indoor plants | Approved by NASA



This video shares the information about the best 10 indoor plants, which will purifies the air inside our home and generates oxygen inside the rooms. These plants are approved by NASA for using inside our houses.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, you could be living in a sick house and not know it. This is because our homes have three to five times more pollutants than the outdoors. Yes, you read that right.

To figure out exactly why these plants are so beneficial, NASA performed a controlled experiment to see which plants were most effective at removing several common indoor air pollutants, including ammonia and VOCs like formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, benzene, toluene, and xylene.

Harmful substances like xylene (in paint and lacquers), benzene (in furniture wax and insect sprays), formaldehyde (in upholstery and air fresheners) and trichloroethylene (in cleaners and adhesives) can cause headache, allergies like breathing troubles and sore throats.
High levels of these chemicals can result in health problems that collectively make up the phenomenon known as “sick building syndrome.”

Benzene, a known carcinogen, can enter our environment through plastics, synthetic fibers, and resins. Formaldehyde is emitted by paints and varnishes.
We’ve assembled a list of some of the best air-filterers from the NASA study–these plants are surprisingly easy to care for indoors.

1.English ivy
2.Boston Fern
3.Chinese Evergreen
4.Snake plant
5.Spider plants
6.Peace lily
7.Rubber plant
8.Areca palm
9.Money plant
10.Aloe vera

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