Top 5 Indoor Plants That Help Purify The Air

by Sadabahar Greens Pvt. Ltd.

In many ways, plants are nature’s air purifiers. They absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen, naturally improving air quality. They also help to reduce noise pollution and can act as a natural air conditioner, cooling the air around them through evapotranspiration.

Top 5 Indoor Plants That Help Purify The Air Urban Plants

In cities, where air pollution is often a problem, plants can make a big difference. A study by the University of Technology in Sydney found that common office plants can remove up to 87% of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the air in just 24 hours.

VOCs are released by a variety of things, including cleaning products, paint, and even some furniture. They can cause a range of health problems, from headaches and dizziness to more serious problems like liver damage.

So if you’re looking air purifying indoor plants

1. Snake Plant

Snake plant is a common houseplant that is known for its ability to filter out toxins from the air. It is also known to improve air quality and help purify the air in cities and urban areas 

2.Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a great air purifying indoor plant because it absorbs moisture and has antimicrobial properties. It is also a low maintenance plant, requiring little water or fertilizer.

3.Peace Lily.

The Peace Lily is a beautiful plant that is known for its ability to purify the air. It’s also been shown to reduce stress levels and promote relaxation.

Top 5 Indoor Plants That Help Purify The Air-Urban Plants4.Bamboo plant

Bamboo plant also known as butterfly palm or areca palm is one of the best air purifying indoor plants  in India. A hardy plant, it filters out benzene, formaldehyde and trichloroethylene. It needs to be planted in a location with moist soil and good air circulation. As an added benefit beyond air purification, it is also a natural humectant which makes it more useful in dry winters. Areca palms grow in bright but not direct sunlight areas.

5.Green Spider Plant

Spider plants absorb carbon dioxide and other pollutants from the air, they can help to improve the air quality in your home. In addition, the leaves and flowers of spider plants are also rich in antioxidants, which can help to protect your body against the harmful effects.


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