Few Easy Growing Indoor-Plants To Beat Toxic Air Pollution

After rising toxic air pollution in Delhi with people roaming around the city with oxygen masks on their faces, air pollution has become a major threat to all living species on this planet.

Social media is filled with posts and shares questioning the “Whys” and “Hows”, by the users, but, the answer lies within us.

Today, we exist in a nation where human beings are going far away and detached from the environment. They aren’t leaving any trace behind or letting their effort go into vain while destroying the things that created them all.

Plants are essential for us to survive on this planet and destroying them to ashes will make us all move forward into the apocalypse.

Few indoor plants that we all must keep inside the house are


Spider Plant

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The plant might be odd-looking but it has various health benefits to it. This plant is pet-friendly and low maintenance. This is also known as airplane plants, spider plants. It is a champion when it comes to cleaning toxic in the air. The NASA test shows that 90% of the potentially cancer-causing chemical formaldehyde from the air.


Aloe Vera

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It is a life generator as it emits oxygen at night time while simultaneously taking in carbon dioxide. Thus, they lead to a purer quality of air and a better night’s sleep.


Snake Plant

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The snake plant is also known as the mother-in-law’s tongue is an excellent filter of formaldehyde, which is common in cleaning products. It also helps in maintaining hygiene and takes personal care of the products.


Peace Lily

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This plant is simple but yet beautiful in its own way. It has dark green leaves and tall elegance and white flowers. This plant helps in filtering out harmful benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde toxins in the air. The moisture given off by these striking flowers can boost a room’s humidity by up to 50%. This way, you can say goodbye to those irritating dry noses.

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Written by Sanghamitra Gogoi

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