The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) currently ranks indoor air pollution as one of the top threats to public health?

We spend as much as 90% of our lives indoors. This increased exposure to indoor air pollution has been directly linked to the increases in allergic reactions as well as other illnesses and fatigue.

Three primary sources of indoor air pollution are:

  • Hermetically sealed buildings and the furnishings inside
  • Poor ventilation
  • Human bio-effluents (emissions/air pollutants generated by the human body)

Despite all this, there is a simple, natural solution you can implement immediately to clean the air you breathe and live a healthier life: INDOOR PLANTS

How plants clean the air?

Indoor houseplants safely, naturally and effectively clean the air you breathe by naturally recycling the air around them.

NASA research has proven that specific varieties of indoor plants remove VOCs, Volatile Organic Compounds, from the air around them.

As a result, studies conducted by NASA and later by the Associated Landscape Contractors of America (ALCA) and Wolverton Environmental Services, Inc., proved not only the ability of indoor plants to clean the air but also proved which plants are more effective for specific toxins.

Air Purifier must have

Rubber Plant

Ficus elastica

The fastest air purifier plant you must give a try which needs absolute no maintenance. .....

Spider Plant


Possibly the most popular of all houseplants .....

Golden Pothos

Epipremnum aureum

The golden beauty which needs the least care and purifies your indoor air. .....



According to a NASA Clean Air Study, Sansevieria trifasciata is capable of purifying air b .....