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Plants For Fresh Air
Most green house plants will clean up a variety of pollutants in your home or office.
Spider plants and heartleaf philodendron are good at removing formaldehyde from your air (from carpeting, fiberboard, plywood, resins, and natural gas).
Also effective at this are azaleas, mother-in-law's tongue, poinsettias, and ficus.
English ivy, marginata, and golden pothos combat benzene (found in tobacco smoke, synthetic fibers, plastics, and detergents).
Peace lilies and dragon trees can clear up TCE (from paints, varnishes, and wood finishes).
So surround yourself with these plants and others for healthier air where you live.
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