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A NASA study published on July 1, 1989, determined which are the most effective indoor plants to filter organic chemicals found in the air. The conclusions far from becoming obsolete, have only confirmed over time.
The plants cited in the study are very effective in removing benzene, formaldehyde, trichlorethylene, xylene, and ammonia; related to health effects such as headaches and eye irritation. Do you want to know what the names of those plants are? We show you below.
As we have already mentioned, plants help us purify the air in our home. How? Filtering harmful organic compounds such as trichlorethylene, benzene, ammonia or xylene, among others. Some of them are closely related to health effects such as headaches, nausea, eye irritation, sore throat
In addition to purifying the air, these plants help us maintain indoor humidity and improve our overall well-being. NASA recommends having a plant for every 10m2 both in the home, distributed in the different rooms and in the office. Willing to follow your advice?
The list of plants that help us purify the air is wide, although as you can see in the images, not all of them have the same effectiveness. Nor do they require the same conditions or the same maintenance, so it is worth spending some time to learn about the most appropriate for our home.Tags: home, indoor plants, nasa