A good healthy body with a peaceful mind is a sign of a good lifestyle. When you are too conscious about the food intakes like opting natural and healthy food, taking care of the physical health by doing yoga and performing workouts. Did you ever think about the air intakes? Is it yes or no? whether you are taking care of food, workouts, walks and transforming your lifestyle but, if you are not concerned about the air intakes, you will not find yourself and your family healthy and fit. There are a wide variety of toxins and chemicals present in your home and surrounding. There are a variety of plants which can be used as air cleaner and remove poisonous and harmful toxins from the air. Some of these are mentioned below:
Boston fern removes more formaldehyde from the surrounding then the other plants. They are also efficient in removing other indoor pollutants from the air. Such as benzene and xylene, components of gasoline can mix with the air if you have a garage.
Palm trees are easy to care and remove the formaldehyde and other indoor pollutants from the air. The dwarf date palm is also a good option to remove the formaldehyde. It is a close relative of a palm tree. Instead of this, you can use lady palm, Bamboo palm, Areca palm or Parlor palm as an air cleaner.
Rubber plants and Janet raigs
Janet Craig and rubber plants are good for removing formaldehyde from the air. If your office is in little touch with nature or screeching for fresh air these both plants are perfect for cleansing air as both plants are the little sun tolerant and grow very slowly.
It is in the category of few house plants which grow inside the house, peace lily with its seashell-based spathes brings a touch of summer into the winters. It is one of the best plants for removing formaldehyde from the air. It also removes benzene and certain VOC's that are produced by harsh cleaning products. Just be careful, plant's leaves are poisonous for both pets and children.
Flowering air purifiers
If you are really a dedicated gardener, then you can bring your home Florist's Mum and Gerbera Daisies. It is best at removing formaldehyde but as a plant, it needs careful watering, and cool temperature below 65°. You can also prefer container gardening for rooting a new azalea plant so you can move it outside the indoor in the autumn.
You can look for the same category of plants like Golden Pothos, spider plant, dracaena, weeping fig, snake plant and more to purify the air as well as to become environment-friendly.