This green little wonder removes formaldehyde and benzene from the air that surrounds it. Apart from this the world is well aware of all the skin and hair issues it can treat.
This beautiful and confined flowering plant blossoms in shades of pink, red, orange, white, yellow etc. Apart from its aesthetics it cleans carbon monoxide and benzene from the air.
Your home gets a tropical touch with this plant from Madagascar and looks the part too. What is truly magical about it is its ability to absorb carbon dioxide and pours out oxygen. It also cleans chemicals like xylene, formaldehyde and toluene.
This pocket rocket is capable of cleaning air by absorbing exhaled carbon dioxide, bacteria and mould spores from the air. It in some cultures depicts wealth and happiness.
It is generally known for the beauty it would bring to its surroundings but rather unknown are the facts that it cleans out toxins from ammonia and benzene generally produced by glue, detergents and plastics.
Also known as dragon tree it swoops out toxins like trichloroethylene and xylene, it might require a corner to itself but adds colour to your confines with its red trimmed leaves.
A popular house plant adds shades of green to your surroundings apart from cleaning the air off benzene, formaldehyde and other toxins.
Mentioned in the Feng Shui this plant with heart shaped leaves cleans out the air of benzene, xylene, toluene and formaldehyde.
It comes from the family of fan palm and is known to be good indoors. It cleans the surrounding air of ammonia, xylene, formaldehyde and carbon dioxide
This one goes back to being a house plant since Victorian times. It cleans up the air of toxins like xylene, toluene, formaldehyde etc.
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