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12 Air Purifying Plants That Will Clean Your Air

12 Air Purifying Plants That Will Clean Your Air
 We need fresh air to live a healthy and full life, but it’s fast becoming a luxury. Residents of many major cities around the world are plagued with smog and poisonous gases from motor vehicles, fossil fuel based power plants, and factories.

The good news is there is a simple solution you can use at home to make your air much cleaner. While air purifiers might help, air purifying plants are a great and natural way to clean your home’s air supply. In this article, you’ll learn more about air pollution, its dangers, and how to choose the best air purifying plants for your home.

The Pollutant Problem

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 4.6 million people lose their lives to air pollution-related diseases each year.

The World Health Organization also published research which showed that nine out of ten people in the world (that’s 92 percent) live in places where air pollution exceeds the recommended safe limit.

And it’s not just humans that are suffering. Our planet continuously experiences stratospheric ozone depletion due to the sheer number of pollutants released by humans.

Read the complete article: LINK:  http://groomandstyle.com/air-purifying-plants/

air purifying plants - happy healthy air

 

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 Source: Groom and Style

By:  Kelli Gardener
LINK:  http://groomandstyle.com/air-purifying-plants/
Go to the link to see a photo of each plant.
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2 Responses to “12 Air Purifying Plants That Will Clean Your Air”

  1. Ron Neal says:

    The reason I’m reaching out today is because I was reading that page and saw you were linking to a page about plants that may improve indoor air quality. As a big fan of indoor plants, I thought something I could contribute was a list of the plants in NASA’s IAQ study (as well as a few others from other indoor air quality studies) with some useful information on what kind of care goes into keeping each of them alive — information that may influence a person’s choice of one plant over another.

    I thought it might be a helpful addition for your site’s visitors if they wanted to research the topic further:

    https://www.ronneal.com/indoor-air-purifying-plants.php

    Do you think your readers would be interested in something like this?

    Thank you for your time, and please feel free to let me know if there’s anything I can do on my end to improve this guide.
    Best Wishes,
    Ron Neal, Realtor®
    The Neal Estate Team

  2. John says:

    Hi — quick question!

    I’m John, the founder of AirControlGuy. I’ll be brief — I think your readers will love the research we’ve recently published.

    I saw this post from you (http://lcconcernedcitizens.org/archives/11490), and I thought it was great.

    I wanted to reach out to you, as my team recently put together a detailed article on the pros of air purifying plants. I think it could benefit your readers, so I was wondering if you’d add a link to this article in your post?

    You can check out the full article here and let me know your thoughts.

    Looking forward to hearing your feedback. Also, if there is someone else on your team I should contact, please let me know.

    Thanks,

    John
    LINK: https://aircontrolguy.com/top-10-air-purifying-plants-for-the-home/?msID=998b27fe-f7a5-4399-af19-f24dbbfc01c4

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