5 of the Best Air-Filtering Plants

In the late 80s NASA did a Clean Air Study to look into potential plants for cleaning the air on space stations.¬†For us inner-city dwellers down here on Earth these findings are especially useful for filtering out the air pollutants of urban living such as trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, benzene, xylene, and ammonia. These toxins are found in everyday items and can effect our health in many ways varying from mild eye and throat irritations through to heart problems and liver and kidney damage. Continue reading “5 of the Best Air-Filtering Plants”