There are familiar decorative plants but many people may not know the effect of natural air purifiers wonderful of them.
The tree at the top of this list is Italy orchids. They not only absorb formaldehyde, benzene, trichloro ethylene but also absorb xylene and toluene – the chemical is found in petroleum.
Leaves of Spider plant have ability to absorb benzene, formaldehyde, CO and xylene well. In particular, this plant is easygoing so even busy people can grow by providing moisture for the air, they help your family remove pollutants such as discomfort benzene, formaldehyde and xylene, brings a touch clean feeling in the house.
Ivy (Hedera helix) is very common species and is the perfect choice for people who got asthma and allergy. Although the leaves of Ivy contain toxins but they have ability to remove benzene, formaldehyde and various chemical gases from synthetic material discharged.
Decortive palm tree is considered an effective humidifier, can be grown anywhere in the home, especially next to the furnitures that have just varnished or carpeted room, they bring cool feeling for the house.
White butterfly can remove indoor pollutants such as benzene and xylene effectively but it need to pay attention because this species is quite toxic to small animals such as dogs, cats and even children.
Aloe Vera is not only effects of wound healing, is commonly used in skin care products, but also have ability to clean the air well.
Tropic Snow is herbaceous plant that is easy to grow, it has developed well in terms of lack of water, lack of light and it can remove the toxins in the air.
Snake plant will cause poisoning if ingested but it also works to detoxity the air filter such air formaldehyde, it is very appropriate to put in the toilet.
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