By now, you should be aware of certain household plants that not only produce oxygen, but also absorb toxic gases and chemical vapors from the air we breathe as proven by NASA in the Clean Air Study. If you are in our 30-day online program, Change Your Home. Change Your Health, you are quite familiar with these and their inherent benefits (if not, click above to learn more). We discussed in our 3-part series, Can You Really Grow Fresh Air, how these plants remove common household toxins like formaldehyde, benzene, xylene, ammonia and trichloroethylene from our indoor air. Below are 18 of the most effective the air filtering plants. Got a favorite? Let us know in the comments below (pet owners: heed the warning of certain plants which can be toxic to pets).
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