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Top 8 Air Purifying Houseplants 

Indoor plants can instantly spruce up the look and feel of any room, and they also several benefits aside from their aesthetic appeal. Some indoor plants can help improve air quality. They do this by eliminating trace organic pollutants such as benzene, trichloroethylene, and formaldehyde, They’re also shown to help reduce stress levels and boost productivity. Introducing air-purifying plants to your home is a terrific way to naturally enhance air quality, improve your mental health and, of course, add beautiful décor.

Here are some of the best plants you can have in your house.

8- Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera plant
 Aloe Vera
Photo by Severin Candrian on Unsplash

Aloe vera is an excellent air-purifying plant for beginners since it’s on the smaller side, and it’s also one of the easiest to care for. This plant loves bright light and will do very well on your windowsill or work desk. Plus, it makes a handy first-aid tool. If you let it grow a bit, you can cut off one of the thicker leaves when you have a scratch or sunburn and use the gel from the inside of the leaf to soothe the discomfort.

7- Devil’s Ivy

Devil's Ivy
Devil's Ivy plant
Photo by Jacob Spaccavento on Unsplash

Devil’s Ivy is another indoor plant that helps cleanse the air and remove toxins, and it’s so easy to maintain that if you happen to kill it, you might as well give up growing plants altogether. Just kidding. But seriously, you can’t go wrong with this one.

The Devil’s Ivy is actually one of the toughest house plants out there. It is tolerant of low light conditions and infrequent watering, It will survive even with almost complete neglect. So, even if you forget about it for a while, this fast-growing plant will just continue to rid the air from harmful toxins and impurities.

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