Plants are wonderful. Greenery can not only spice up a home, but it can also help purify the air and create a relaxing atmosphere. What’s more, Dutch scientists have found that patients in hospitals have reduced stress levels if there are plants in the ward!
Here are 6 great anti-stress plants that are easy to care for:
1. Aloe Vera
Aloe gel has healing properties – this beautiful plant helps with burns and cuts. It also improves the quality of the air in your home!
Aloe cleans the air of harmful substances contained in household chemicals, and with a dangerous concentration of chemicals in the air, brown spots appear on its leaves. Just keep in mind: he needs a lot of sun.
2. Ficus rubbery
Ficus perfectly cleans the air and is very unpretentious: it grows well even in dim lighting and in cold climates. It is an easy-to-care plant that removes toxins from the atmosphere.
3. Dracaena bordered
This is a beautiful bright plant that can grow to the ceiling and is therefore great for decorating spacious rooms. Dracaena removes toxins from the air such as xylene, trichlorethylene and formaldehyde. Grows best in full sun.
4. Epipremnum golden
Even NASA recommends golden epipremnum as an air cleaner for formaldehyde. It is best to place it in the kitchen or living room upstairs – the epipremnum will curl from top to bottom. It grows well in a cool place without strong sunlight.
Spathiphyllum is an excellent indoor plant that requires minimal maintenance. It grows well in shade and coolness, reducing the concentration of toxins in the air.
6. Chlorophytum crested
This is one of the most popular indoor plants. Chlorophytum crested is beautiful, does not require special care and is also included in the NASA list as the best air purifier. It removes pollutants such as benzene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene from the atmosphere.