MAKE SURE YOU HAVE AT LEAST ONE OF THESE PLANTS IN YOUR HOME TO PROTECT YOU FROM RADIATION, CHEMICALS AND CIGARETTE SMOKE!

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Having any of these amazing plants in your home is a simple and effective way of making your apartment or house clean from toxins and TV radiation. The plants can also get rid of any unpleasant and toxic smells that cleaning products, paints, and solvents emit.

Plants are great air purifiers, apart from being a beautiful addition to your home décor. It is highly recommended that you keep a minimum of 1 plant for every 75m2 of your house. The ones we share with you today are one of the top plants for cleaning the air from toxins, chemicals, smells and radiation.

Fig

Fig is probably the best choice for people who allow smoking in their houses, as it is particularly good at filtering cigarette smoke. The fig tree can also lower the carbon monoxide and dioxide concentrations in the air, as well as eliminate other toxic chemicals from varnishes and paints. You shouldn’t place your fig tree where it will be directly exposed to sunlight, or in a drafty location.

Dragon Tree

The Dragon tree is a very durable plant that is really easy to keep. It can survive in drastic temperature variations and needs regular watering (spraying). You should place you dragon tree where it can get enough light but where it will not be directly exposed to the sun, and water it every day. This plant is very effective in eliminating the formaldehyde in air as well as other fumes from paints, deodorants, cleaning products and solvents.

Fern

Fern is especially effective in eliminating the formaldehyde vapors from household furniture, but it can also filter fumes from paints, detergents, curtains, glue, and different fabrics. Ferns need plenty and water and they don’t like direct sun exposure.

These plants are a definite must for any home, especially for people with respiratory problems. You can either try to grow them yourself or buy dwarf plants and plant them (the faster choice).

source:www.instantlivingmagazine.com

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