This blog is NOFOLLOW Free!

House Plants for Health

September 21st, 2008

There has been quite a bit of interest in this topic, which was introduced by the previous video, Go Green With House Plants. So here is another video on the same topic.

Botanists agree that many houseplants can actually filter the air, and absorb toxic chemicals given off by items in your home, such as rugs, furniture, and appliances.

But not everybody agrees that it’s practical to depend on plants to rid your home of toxins, nor that those “toxins” are really all that dangerous. See the second Related Link below for an opposing point of view.

Duration : 01:46

Related Links

  • Top 10 Houseplants for Cleaner Air. Houseplants are our often-overlooked helpers in ridding the air of pollutants and toxins, counteracting outgassing and contributing to balanced internal humidity. …

  • Indoor Plants as Air Purifiers. I see a lot of people asking … about which plants are good at removing chemicals from the air, and where one might find these plants. …

How to Grow Fresh Air
Combat Sick Building Syndrome
Cleanse Your Home of Common Pollutants

Leave a Comment

Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. There is no need to resubmit your comment.
Note also: Comments are nofollow free.

Posted by Professor and filed under health, tropical house plants, video | No Comments »