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Three Natural Air Purifiers You Must Have In Your House

Natural air purifiers

Air pollution is on the rise. These pollutants have penetrated into your home and are part of daily routine. From the plastic products you use, painting in your house, cleaners to your car, all are responsible for polluting air around you. This situation makes air purifying plants a good addition to your residential place. Check out three natural air purifiers you should have in your house.

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1. Aloe Vera
This ornamental plant is an air purifier besides it’s medicinal value. It is a great natural addition in your home as you try to fight air pollution. It also repels insects and some pests as it makes sure your home is free from benzene and formaldehyde.

2. Devil’s Ivy
The name might sound bad but Epipremnum aureum alias Money Plant is easy to grow and maintain. The stem in the soil easily develops into roots and the leaves have a combination of green and yellow colors. However, note that the plant is poisonous to cats, horses and dogs.

3. Snake Plant
This is a hardy indoor plant also called mother-in-law's tongue. Its snakey growth coupled up with silvery-white or yellow stripes on its leaves is the source of its name.
It is good for purifying trichloroethylene, xylene, toluene, benzene and formaldehyde.

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