It’s really hard to find fresh air these days and for the same, we go for the air purifiers inside our homes. While there is a range of air purifiers on the shelves, wouldn’t it be a cool idea to use nature itself to clean up the polluted air. Do you remember the Andrea air purifier that uses indoor plants to filter air? That was really a novel approach in plant-based air purification and lately, Air Purifier Review has mentioned about the 15 houseplants that are best at cleaning your air. These plants were chosen on the basis of a recent plant research by NASA. Here is an excerpt from the NASA research document…
House plants can purify and rejuvenate air within our houses and workplaces, safeguarding us all from any side effects connected with prevalent toxins such as formaldehyde, ammonia and also benzene.
An advice from NASA research: There should be a six inch plant for every 100 sq feet of interior living space.
Please check the slideshow below to see the results of the NASA research study and the houseplants that could clean your air and at the same time save you some good money, which you would otherwise spend on an air purifier.