In 1989, NASA listed the best air-purifying plants which take out all toxins like ammonia, formaldehyde, xylene, carbon monoxide etc. from the air. They are even more relevant in today’s urban homes and offices where there is little air circulation. They increase mood and productivity, enhance concentration and reduce stress.
You can choose among many varieties of air purifiers.Pick indoor low-maintenance varieties like sansevierias, dracaenas, anthuriums or the humble moneyplant. Palms, Tulsi and Aloe vera are great for outdoors.
Forest Live recommends putting 3 air-purifying plants for every 100 sqft space at your home and office. Take a deep breath and feel the difference!