Discover Your Wild – Benefits of Indoor Plants

May 17, 2020

Discover Your Wild – Benefits of Indoor Plants

Stuck at home? Since you are spending much time at home these days, why not find ways to spend it wisely? Decorate your home interior for a brighter and happier vibe. Enjoy a journey of discovery and learn the benefits of indoor plants. Imagine beautifying your home while yielding its advantages. Breather a better air.

Indoor plants keep the oxygen flowing, it purifies the air while removing toxins and absorbing carbon dioxide. The leaves and other parts act as natural filters to catch airborne particles. Having them at home ease tension and reduce stress by creating a relaxing ambiance which helps you function better through focused concentration, enhanced creativity and enriched overall well-being. They brighten up the surroundings and lift your mood.

Plants also helps by releasing water. As part of the photosynthetic and respiratory processes, plants release roughly 97% of the water they take in. So when you grow several plants together, it may increase the humidity of a room, which helps keep respiratory diseases at bay. It may also decrease the incidents of dry skin, colds and sore throats.

Here are some of the recommended indoor plants and their benefits:

Spider Plant – It is one of the easiest to maintain. Spider plant produces oxygen while purifying the air thru absorption of carbon monoxide and xylene.

Snake Plant – A no-fuss tropical plant which has upright leaves and resembles the skin of a reptile. It is suitable choice for anyone, anywhere because of its adaptations for surviving drought. It is also known to filter benzene, xylene and toluene. Highly recommended to keep one in your bedroom.

Aloe Vera – Apart from its healing properties for cuts and burns, aloe vera also emits oxygen and acts as air pollutant filter, especially for the toxins emitted by some cleaning products. Now, this is an added know benefits of aloe vera aside from skin care.

Golden Pothos – it is known to be exceptionally hardy and are difficult to kill. Pothos is an air-purifying plant which can grow in our house even if you lack a green thumb.

Rubber Plant – A popular houseplant, it has a thick upright stem with glossy and oversized leaves. They prefer bright to moderate indirect light. The large leaves absorb impurities from the air which it can convert to nutrients for the plants or compounds for the soil.

Each plant has its own varying degree of air purification and effect on cleaning the air in your space. Utilize a combination of different indoor plants and group them accordingly for best results. Let the blend of plants work together to foster a healthier environment and better visual appeal. Remember that to be successful in maintaining houseplants, you need to match the right plant to the right growing conditions. Just imagine decorating and beautifying your home while enjoying the health benefits of indoor plants.

Cultivate a greener lifestyle and it will grow you a happier, healthier vibe in your own home 💚