Indoor plants not only beautify your living space but can also have powerful health benefits. Here are seven indoor plants known for their health benefits.
Your environment will smell nice and lavender may help you relax, sleep better, and decrease stress.
Snake plant, also known as mother-in-law's tongue, is an effective air purifier that removes formaldehyde and benzene.
Peace lilies eliminate indoor pollutants including ammonia, benzene, and formaldehyde and have exquisite white blossoms.
Aloe Vera gel is famous for soothing burns and skin irritations. It filters pollutants and produces oxygen to enhance indoor air quality.
English Ivy (Hedera helix) is a trailing plant that filters airborne mold particles, making it a suitable alternative for houses with mold sensitivity (Newsable Asianet News).
Spider plants filter the air. Their formaldehyde and xylene removal makes them great indoor air quality options.
This palm plant removes formaldehyde and xylene from indoor air. It gives your area a tropical feel.