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Dracaena

investigations of the Pot revealed that the dracaena plant is capable of absorbing specific compounds, such as carcinogenic formaldehyde, in a closed space. The dracaena it sucked up about 94% of the acetone, a pungent chemical abundant in beauty salons. If we have pets, we must be careful with this plantas is toxic to dogs and cats.

The 5 indoor plants that need little light

The 5 indoor plants that need little light

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The four trendy plants to decorate your house this season

The four trendy plants to decorate your house this season

Decorate your home with a jade tree, the trendy plant

Decorate your home with a jade tree, the trendy plant

bromeliad

Is a plant originally from Brazil that is characterized by having a very deep calyx. Scientists at the State University of New York in Oswego (USA) found that bromeliads absorb more than 80% of compounds like benzene or toluene present in the ambient.

The three indoor plants that help you eliminate mold and moisture from your home

The three indoor plants that help you eliminate mold and moisture from your home

bromeliad

The best plant to purify the air in your home naturally

The best plant to purify the air in your home naturally

chrysanthemums

In addition to its culinary use (in Asia they are used for make tea)chrysanthemums can be used for purify the air. They are not expensive and with them you will have your house free of ammoniaamong other harmful compounds.

The daffodil, the plant that blooms in winter: care and watering

The daffodil, the plant that blooms in winter: care and watering

chrysanthemums

Seven perfect (and easy-care) plants to have in your home in autumn

Seven perfect (and easy-care) plants to have in your home in autumn

ficus

It is one of the most used plants to decorate the halls. The ficuses need very little water and are perfectly adapted to high temperature conditions and low light and humidity. They are effective for remove formaldehyde from air.

ficus

Decorate your house with dried flowers, the trend of autumn

Decorate your house with dried flowers, the trend of autumn

Sansevieria

It does not require much attention (watering it once a month is enough) and it can withstand both tall and low temperatures. Helps remove chemicals like benzene, xylene, toluene, trichlorethylene and formaldehyde.

Sansevieria

Aloe vera

Their medicinal properties have turned this plant in one of the most common homes. good to treat burns, wounds sores and ulcers. But in addition to all this, aloe vera clean the house of benzene and formaldehyde.

Aloe vera

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