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How These 5 House Plants Can Boost Your Health


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It is no secret that a collection of healthy plants can bring a sense of warmth and comfort to your home. They can help to keep the indoor air fresh, and fill your home with life and color. However, indoor plants are sometimes difficult to grow and maintain, especially for those of us who are lacking a green thumb. With this reality in mind, here is a list of air-cleansing indoor plants that everyone can grow at home without too much effort or trouble.

How These 5 House Plants Can Boost Your Health

1. Snake Plant

The snake plant may be the easiest of all houseplants to grow, having been labeled “nearly indestructible” by Better Homes and Gardens. These plants grow at a wide range of temperatures, are able to withstand low amounts of light, and do not require much water. Their ability to grow upright to heights of up to four feet makes them an interesting option, and they help to clean your air by absorbing nitrogen oxides and formaldahyde.

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3 responses to “How These 5 House Plants Can Boost Your Health”

  1. brian littledyke says:

    very interesting i live in the north of the UK and besides living near a well trafficked main road (plenty of nitrogenous waste gases) i also insulated my cavity walls with expanded foam said to emit formaldehyde in small spouse and i are both losing our sight through macular degeneration and veinal occlusion, would your snake /spider plants be beneficial?for the said conditions

  2. Phyllis Poole says:

    Something is wrong with your site. It gets covered up and then cut off. I would be interested in knowing which plants are benefitcial.

  3. Mildred Webb says:

    This article only shows 1 plant. It would be interesting to see what the other 6 are.