Air Purifying Plants Uses And Plantation


Air Purifying Plants Uses And Plantation

Air purifying plants make a wonderful addition to any home’s landscaping. They not only improve air quality but improve indoor air quality as well. I have been adding these to my landscaping for over fifteen years and have been very pleased with the results. If you do not know, air-purifying plants remove sulfur and formaldehyde from the air. These two chemicals are the major cause of respiratory problems and allergies in humans.

Pet owners should also be aware that these pollutants get into the pet’s lungs and can cause these pets to become sick. We have even had a good friend who was diagnosed with asthma while living in another state. Her symptoms were greatly relieved when she moved to our home.

We also know of a number of pet owners that use air-purifying plants in their homes to help them reduce their pet dust and pet dander. Our family has noticed that they smell a lot better after moving into a home with the presence of an air-purifying plant.

Air Purifying Plants Uses And Plantation
Air Purifying Plants Uses And Plantation

So, I would like to ask you, “what are the best plants for purifying the air?” There are many options to choose from but I will mention two that are the most popular.

Air Purifying Plants

Lianne is a Brazilian Evergreen plant that comes in various colors. It can be grown in almost any area, but I like it best near windows and doors. So, it seems to get the most sun and if left in full sun for a long time, will thrive. It has been used for centuries in Brazil as a remedy for bronchitis and asthma.

Orange Tea is a plant that is native to China. It has been found to help your immune system by attacking bacteria and viruses that can get into your bloodstream. This helps prevent things like respiratory problems and sinus infections. It is also great for combating airborne allergens. This is great for people with allergies as well as pets.

The reason I love this plant so much is that it is used for more than just flavoring tea. You can add its leaves to your food or drink and it gives your breath a pleasant flavor.

Air Purifying Plants Uses And Plantation
Air Purifying Plants Uses And Plantation

Lemongrass is another plant that is considered an air-purifying plant. In Malaysia, it is called Lim Lihan. This plant is used for treating a variety of respiratory problems. It is a good choice for people who have hay fever and asthma.

Other Benefits

Perhaps the most beneficial plant is the Thai Thyme. It is one of the most popularly used plants in Asia. The fact that it is so easy to grow makes it the best.

One of the best ways to obtain air purifying plants is through a local nursery. They usually have a very good selection of plants and the people at the nursery always seem to be knowledgeable and helpful.

If you are ready to purify the air in your home, these are the best air purifying plants for you. Good luck!

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