Indoor Plants
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These days due to increasing pollution and work pressure, stress is one of the important factors which is affecting human health. A good solution to this is Indoor plants. These plants not only create a green space in your home but also help in creating a more relaxing, restful ambiance. Spending time in this environment will reduce stress levels and tension relief. Apart from this, these indoor plants also purify indoor air.

According to research, homes with indoor plants reported lower stress levels than without them. These plants are easy to take care and effective at increasing oxygen and clearing out toxins for cleaner breathing air.  Here is a list of some indoor pants you can choose from:

Money Plant

One of the most popular Indoor plant found in almost all Indian homes, this is easy to grow in both soil and water. It is also called devil’s vine or devil’s ivy because it is almost impossible to kill. According to popular culture, this plant not only improves air quality but also creates a harmonious environment.

Money Plant
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Aloe Vera

Known for its medicinal quality, Aloe Vera plant is a successful indoor potted plant. Aloe Vera extracts is used in many cosmetics products like skin lotion, ointments etc. It also helps in maintaining air quality in the home by clearing pollutants. It is also said that when the amount of harmful chemicals in the air becomes excessive, leaves of Aloe Vera display brown spots.

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Dracaena Reflexa

Commonly known as Song of India, this plant is widely grown as an ornamental plant valued for its evergreen leaves and thick, irregular stems. It is an effective air cleaner and is said to be among the best plants for removing xylene and trichloroethylene.

Dracaena Reflexa
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Bamboo Plant

This plant is well known for bringing good luck to your home. Easy to grow, this plant also enhances the decor of your home. It also helps in purifying indoor air.

Bamboo Plant
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Peace Lily

A popular indoor plant, this plant needs very less sunlight to survive. According to NASA clean air study, peace lily also cleans indoor air by removing environmental contaminants like benzene and formaldehyde.

Peace Lily
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Rubber Plant

These plants thrive easily in low light and cooler climates. They are very low maintenance plants which produce a powerful toxin to purify your indoor air.

Rubber Plant
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Snake Plant

This plant is commonly known as mother-in-law’s tongue, because of the shape and sharp margins of its leaves. Snake plant is tolerant of low light levels and needs very less watering. If placed in bedroom, it will boost up your room’s oxygen level.

Snake Plant
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Anthurium

This plant is also known as tailflower, flamingo flower and laceleaf. Anthurium plant is a symbol of exotic beauty. Its flowers are shaped like a heart which comes in many colours like chocolate, burgundy, cerise, green, pink, white and red. In addition to its decorative good looks, the plant requires minimal care.

Anthurium
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