Indoor air pollution can be upto 5 times deadlier than outdoor air pollution. This is so because of particulate matter, allergens, bacteria and harmful gases like benzene, xylene, toluene etc.
NASA conducted a study on plants which absorb these gases and found many plants which they tagged as ‘air-purifying’. These plants cleanse the air of these gases and produce oxygen!
We understand the struggle to maintain a healthy breathing environment and we have a large variety of NASA recommended air purifying plants at our retail stores and on our website. Here’s a list of the 5 most popular air-purifying plants.
This is also known as Snake Plant or Mother-in-law’s Tongue due to its long, tapered shape. It absorbs benzene, xylene, toluene and formaldehyde. This comes in many sub-varieties in a wide range of floor and tabletop planters, which starts at INR 300.
This is also known as Aglaonema and come in various sizes and colours. Commonly, it has white variegated or red variegated leaves. This absorbs benzene and formaldehyde and its multicoloured leaves are sure to liven up any sort of indoor decor. At Nurturing Green, this plant starts at INR 650.
This plant is known for lush, green foliage and it absorbs benzene, xylene, toluene and formaldehyde. It also comes in many sub-varieties and this range starts at INR 300.
Also known as Chlorophytum, this plant has a very messy, wild look, with thin leaves darting in all directions, thus giving it the name Spider Plant. It absorbs formaldehyde, xylene and toluene. This range starts at INR 300.
This plant is also known as Devil’s Ivy or Pothos. It is perhaps one of the most popular indoor houseplants. It absorbs xylene, toluene, benzene and formaldehyde. This plants’ range starts at INR 300.
These plants all help in making your indoor air fresher by absorbing VOCs and they give the added benefit of sprucing up your indoor decor!
Whether it’s kept inside your house, or in your office, any one of these plants will give you the benefit of clean, pure air!