It is hard to overstate the importance of pure, clean air. Asthma and seasonal allergies are on a dramatic rise throughout the world and the finger is being pointed to the poor air quality of cities and urban areas. With an increasing amount of the world's population moving into urban areas, clean and healthy air is a difficult commodity to come by. Fortunately, nature has devised a wonderful solution that does not require electricity or gas-powered air purifiers with expensive carbon filters. Plants are nature's own air purifiers; they breathe in carbon dioxide (CO2) through the pores of their leafs and, when combined with sunlight, release oxygen into the atmosphere. Some plants also absorb many more gases and chemicals from the atmosphere, ensuring that the air we breathe is pure and healthy.
Research by NASA has uncovered which three indoor house plants are the only plants you will ever need to ensure that the air in your house is pure and pristine, dramatically improving the air quality, increasing the oxygen levels and removing harmful toxins from the air we so desperately need. As a bonus, they are also simple to grow indoors. Read more below to find out how to grow Areca Palm, Mother In Laws Tongue and the Pothos to achieve maximum benefits.