These plants purify the air inside the house.
If our body does not get fresh air, we will lose the ability to fight against diseases. The only solution to this is that we make the air of the houses pollution-free.
- Last Updated:January 15, 2021, 5:09 PM IST
Aloe vera plant not only makes skin and hair beautiful, it also absorbs the air pollution present in the air. Not only this, it is also used in many other works. It does not require much water but it needs sunlight. You can keep it outside the house or in the balcony.
Basil Since ancient times, it has been a practice to plant tulsi in homes. Apart from religious reasons, it also removes complaints of allergy from home. Not only this, it excretes oxygen both day and night.
This plant are very helpful in keeping the air of the house pure. It is a plant that has the ability to convert carbon dioxide into oxygen. If your house is around the congested road or there is more movement of vehicles, then you can definitely bring this plant home.
It is generally considered by people as a beneficial plant in the house, but it is also very beneficial for health. It can be completely indoors for a long time. It also has the ability to absorb carbon dioxide and convert it into oxygen.
It is believed that it has the ability to clean all types of pollution. If you have dust problem in your house then you can definitely bring this plant home. It needs to be cleaned every few days.
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It is also famous as Snake Plant. It also has many properties. It is known as the best medium to purify the air. By keeping it in the office table or home, you will definitely feel the difference around you. Apart from these, boston fern, golden pothos, sensavaria plant, Christmas cactus, peace lily, cresanthimum, sheffrella plant have also proved to be very effective in cleaning the air. (Disclaimer: The information and information given in this article is based on general information. Hindi news18 does not confirm these. Contact the concerned specialist before implementing them.)