Certain plants should definitely be kept inside the house since they affect the air quality in the living room, cleaning the air of toxins and mold and as a result, they create a perfect environment.
Aloe Vera is the best solution for your house if you need to raise the level of oxygen in your home.
Purifies the body and spirit: The plant that you have to have in the house!
Aloe Vera is a real oxygen bomb, but it also has the ability to absorb carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and formaldehyde. It should also be mentioned that only one aloe vera plant has the effect as nine biological air purifiers in cans!
Along with aloe vera, you can also use ficus, which is very easily maintained as it does not require a lot of light. Moreover, it cleans the air of formaldehyde very effectively. However, you should be very cautious as its leaves are poisonous, which is why it is not recommended to grow in homes where there are children and pets.
Even though Ivy has a reputation of being a poisonous plant, people should definitely have it in their homes as it removes as much as 60% of toxins from the air and 58% of the particles of faeces within just six hours.
Green Lily or also known as spider plant, is able to carry out the synthesis under minimum illumination. Furthermore, it absorbs gasoline, styrene, carbon monoxide and formaldehyde from the air which are all harmful toxins for our organism. One plant effectively cleans the air in a 200 square meter area.
Estragon or also called grass snake is an excellent plant for the house because it needs a little light for photosynthesis and it is very resistant. The best place to keep it is in the bedroom because it removes toxins and it produces oxygen at night.
Another great plant for removing chemical toxins from the air is lilly. Lillies filter formaldehyde from the air, as well as trichloroethylene.
According to NASA, each home should have between 15 and 18 listed plants on an area of 500 square meters. In their deployment should not skip the bedroom.