Using Indoor Plants to Prevent Cancer
According to the Environmental Protection Agency, indoor air is ranked 4th in environmental causes of cancer.
According to the American Lung Association recommends that the first step to protecting yourself from polluting indoors is to discover ways to stop the contaminants from getting released into the air at all.
Research has proven that pollution levels are much higher indoors than outside. Indoor pollution is being up to five times greater than that found in outdoor air. The air inside your home could be a serious threat to your family's health.
Golden Pothos: Devils Ivy Golden Pothos can be kept virtually anywhere in the office or at home. It doesn't require an herb garden to enjoy this plant. Pothos family is among the easiest houseplants to cultivate.
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Boston Fern: Boston ferns require an area that is cool and has moderate humidity and indirect light. The leaves change color if the humidity isn't high enough, put your Boston plant on pebbles on a tray that is filled with water.
Spider Plant: The majority of people are familiar with Spider plants. They are very easy to cultivate and have a few issues. They do not prefer treated tap water. The spider plants must dry out between the watering. They have big and plump roots which store water, so make sure you don't overwater them. One spider plant could absorb up to 90% of formaldehyde emission in the average size space!