Plants Detoxify and Generate Oxygen

 

People inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.  Plants absorb

carbon dioxide and toxins, and through photosynthesis, remove toxins and release pure oxygen, purifying the air.

 

Having plants makes you healthier, happier, and even smarter!

 

According to the  NASA Clean Air Study, https://nasa.fandom.com/wiki/NASA_Clean_Air_Study,  we can increase air quality by adding plants. Plants detoxify air, purify it and add oxygen. Indoor plants make a positive impact on the reduced ventilation and toxic air contaminants found in typical offices. See the NASA Study to see specific toxins removed! Its results suggest that certain common indoor plants may provide a natural way of removing toxic agents such as benzene, formaldehyde, and trichloroethylene from the air, helping neutralize the effects of sick building syndrome.

 

Having indoor plants in your office has been proven to have many benefits, including making you a happier and healthier person. A research study published in 2015 by the Environmental Health Perspectives states that cognitive function scores are dramatically improved in buildings with below-average air pollution. Plants clean the air by taking in dangerous airborne toxins and chemicals and producing oxygen. Indoor plants have also been proven to:

 

•             Boost productivity

•             Reduce stress

•             Lower blood pressure

•             Reduce sick time by removing airborne bacteria

•             Increasing oxygen levels

 

Sword Plant – The Sansevieria trifasciata is a sturdy indoor plant and is commonly found in clinics and offices. They are able to retain their colorful vegetation in low-light. Sansevierias remove Formaldehyde, Toluene, and Xylene from air.         

•             Botanical Name: Sansevieria trifasciata

•             Common Name: Snake Plant

•             Application: Countertop/desktop, floor

•             Light Requirement: Low

This  versatile plant is happily used in interior plantscapes because they can retain their healthy vegetation in low light and are hardy.

 

ZZ Plant – The Zamioculcas zamiifolia is one of the toughest indoor plants out there. They are able to thrive in areas with both low and high amounts of light. The ZZ plant removes Toluene and Xylene from indoor air.

 

•             Botanical Name: Zamioculcas zamiifolia

•             Common Name: ZZ, Zanzibar Gem

•             Application: Tabletop/Desktop, Floor

•             Light Requirement: Low

A versatile plant can thrive in high- and low-light

Areca Palm –Chrysalidocarpus (Dypsis) lutescnes, thrives in interior environments with full light.  Here are the top three indoor plants to purchase if you would like to improve your indoor air quality: a high rate makes it a popular indoor plant.

•             Botanical Name: Chrysalidocarpus (Dypsis) lutescnes

•             Common Name: Areca Palm, Golden Cane Palm

•             Application: Floor plant

•             Light Requirement: High

 

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