The best plants to clean the air at home, according to NASA

The quality of indoor air is a more complicated and important issue than it seems. Having a healthy environment or not the difference between being in the space comfortable, productive and be uncomfortable or even sick . To all originating from or stimulated by air pollution in enclosed spaces such diseases is called sick building syndrome, SEE for short (or English: Sick Building Syndrome (SBS)).


Such diseases or discomforts ranging from headaches, nausea or even allergies. If this is a business, you may cause absenteeism, employee turnover and constant days off sick. The ESS causes are many:

  • Interior with contaminated air
  • Poor ventilation
  • Artificial Perfumes
  • Poor heating

Just as other conditions such as:. poor acoustics, poor ergonomics and furniture design

What is in the air

The compounds that may be in the air of any “normal” space is the benzene, formaldehyde and trichlorethylene, xylene and ammonia ; chemicals in the air that have been associated with health effects such as headaches and eye irritation.

Where are they?

  • Benzene : plastic resins, synthetic fibers, dyes, detergents, pesticides, cigarette smoke or car exhaust; glues, paints and furniture polish

  • Formaldehyde . paper bags, waxed paper, facial tissues, paper towels, synthetic fibers, boards cork and wood paneling

  • Xylene . printers, leagues, industrial paints, cigarette smoke and car exhaust

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  • Ammonia : cleaning of windows, floors; waxes; fertilizers and salt flavor.

Charitable plants

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The good news is that these conditions are reversible, and the actions we can take to our house and work space is in the estudio by NASA in the late 80’s. Decades after study continues for the great benefits of having plants at home, especially the following that were part of the study and found most effective in filtering the aforementioned compounds. The plants are (da click to enlarge):

The plus 5 highlights of the list include:

Spathiphyllum ‘Mauna Loa’ (Peace Lily, birthplace of Moses)

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Chrysanthemum morifolium (chrysanthemum )

Hedera helix (Common Ivy)

Sansevieria trifasciata ​​em> (Wormtongue)

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Dracaena reflexa (song of India)

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