These Indoor Plants Likely Improve Air Quality

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It’s highly possible we may be able to breathe better with the help of these houseplants.

We all care about our loved ones, and the last thing that we want to do is expose them to dangerous pollutants in the air.  Fortunately, there are many common indoor plants that have air filtering capabilities.We’d like to invite you to consider bringing these plants into our homes to improve air quality.

  • Snake Plant

Snake plants feature long, two-toned leaves that stretch upwards.  These plants are beloved, not only for their striking appearance but also for their ability to remove potentially harmful gases known as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the air.  These plants are also notoriously hardy, as long as we are careful not to overwater.

  • Spider Plant

Spider plants are popular for a variety of reasons.  For starters, these vibrant plants grow long, trailing leaves that add visual interest to any room.  Reportedly, these plants are particularly effective in removing toxins from the air, such as the chemicals found in paint, rubber, and furniture polish.  Finally, these plants are quite hardy and thrive well under a wide variety of conditions, making them perfect for even the most inexperienced gardener to care for.

  • Peace Lily

Peace lilies are striking plants with their thick green leaves and white, tear-drop shaped flowers.  These indoor plants are great at removing harmful chemicals, particularly ammonia, from the air.  As an added bonus, these plants love the shade and are easy to care for, making them a perfect addition to any home.

Join us at The Maria Sanchez Show as we purify the air in our homes naturally. Don’t forget to check out our latest program, Shadow Politics with Senator Michael D. Brown. Tune in on Sundays at 4:00 p.m. PDT/7:00 p.m. EDT.


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