When you look around your home, what do you see? A few plants strategically placed for a touch of green and decor, perhaps?
Did you know that house plants – beyond being pretty – are actually good for our health?
Aside from removing carbon dioxide from the air and giving off the oxygen that we need to breathe, plants also act as natural filters.
They remove types of toxins and indoor pollutants – many of which are found in our homes and are both invisible and unavoidable.
They help remove chemicals and toxins produced by carpets, drywall, paint, printer ink and even glues!
A study done by NASA researchers recommends office workers to have at least one plant in their personal breathing space.