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Indoor plants for clean air!

Interior plants that clean the air

Plants and herbs are a source of life not only for their medicinal and nutritional value but also for their contribution to a healthy, fresh air environment! Indoor plants contribute greatly to improving our everyday life, while also enriching our space!

In a few words, indoor plants cleanse the atmosphere, rejuvenate oxygen by converting carbon dioxide to oxygen, imprison the dust, absorb radiation from electrical appliances, improve the quality of sleep, and of course absorb many of the harmful substances contained in our furniture, such as benzene and formaldehyde!

Every room of a house needs its own plant for different reasons!


Aloe Vera

Aloe is an easy-to-use pharmaceutical plant that thrives indoors with no difficulty, only with good drainage and normal temperatures. It significantly improves the quality of sleep as it keeps the air clean with high levels of oxygen!

Snake plant

Snake plant is ideal for people suffering from migraines and headaches. It improves the quality of sleep and provides energy. Snake plant also prevents irritation of the eyes and respiratory system.

Spider plant

Unique plant for its cleansing properties! It has the ability to absorb the maximum possible amount of substances released into the atmosphere from furniture and building materials. At the same time, it absorbs the unpleasant smells of an enclosed space such as smoke.

Peace lily

Beautiful indoor plant, considered as important as spider plant, as it absorbs benzene, trichlorethylene and formaldehyde! Equally important is that it acts as a natural humidifier, allowing the bedroom to maintain normal levels of moisture during sleep.

Gerbera Daisies

Gerbera daisies are wonderful especially for children’s bedrooms, it is a bright and optimistic plant! It is important to mention that it belongs to the few plants that release oxygen during the night.

Workspace – computer

Stone Lotus

Ideal for radiation absorption but also for imprisoning dust, it is a small and easy to place next to your computer. The requirements of the plant are minimal in space, sun and watering so it will not make it hard for you at all to keep it alive!


They are already known for the absorption of radiation with minimal care demands! My only objection, the barren cacti in their majority, are negative feng shui, which we want to avoid in our workplace!


Aloe Vera

Aloe goes everywhere and of course in your bathroom too! Keeps oxygen levels high, cleans the atmosphere, and of course in the bathroom is available for immediate use! Eczema, itching, facial and body care, insect bites, dry skin even burns, are treated with aloe gel. Due to the moisture in the bathroom, aloe may not need watering!


A beautiful ornamental indoor plant thrives in humid conditions, making the bathroom an ideal place for a begonia. Flowers add a great tone to your bathroom while cleaning the air you breathe.

Living room

Areca Palm

Areca is an ornamental palm, ideal for any space. It not only gives you pleasing appearance, but it maintains room moisture levels and absorbs carbon dioxide and toxins. It is considered spider plant and the peace lily, one of the best indoor plants.

Zamioculcas – ZZ plant

Personally, it’s my favorite indoor plant, it needs minimal care, it is multiplied with great ease and is considered one of the plants that bring luck and positive energy to our space. Zamia captures dust and microparticles, and removes significant amounts of xylene, toluene, benzene and ethylbenzene from the space.

For the kitchen we will not mention plants as the list overwhelms the choices, and mainly because in our kitchen we can easily have a beautiful set of pots with herbs such as basil, lavender, rosemary, oregano, thyme and many other useful herbs for cooking and therapeutic uses!

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