Air-Filtering Houseplants

Air-Filtering Houseplants (as told by NASA)

Back in 1989, NASA performed a research study on the best houseplants to rid our air of harmful toxins! While these houseplants are pretty to look at, they are also hard at work everyday detoxifying the air you breath. Not only does this help clean the air you breathe, but it also helps you get a better nights sleep!

Plants give off Oxygen, take in harmful toxins and release moisture into the air, helping prevent sinus issues and making it easier to breathe as you fall asleep. NASA recommends putting 2 or 3 8″-10″ houseplants for every 100 square feet in your room. To put that in perspective, average master bedrooms are around 300 square feet.

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