The air inside our homes and businesses is often more toxic than the air outside, even in big air-polluted cities like LA and NYC. This is due to several factors, including off-gassing chemicals in furniture, toxins in cleaning products, and artificial fragrances and other chemicals in our beauty care regimens.
In spite of this barrage of airborne toxins, there is an amazingly simple way to clean up the air while increasing the amount of oxygen we breathe. Learn about three common house plants that work wonders on air quality from Kamal Meattle in the video below:
Grow your own fresh air with one (or all) of these plants:
- Areca Palm Tree (aka, Butterfly Palm, Golden Cane Palm, Dypsis lutescens)
- Money Tree Plant (Pachira glabra)
- Mother-in-law's Tongue (aka, Snake Plant, Sansevieria)