No. 1 Magazine - - SCOTLAND’S NO.1 FOR HEALTH & BEAUTY -

Stud­ies by Ge­or­gia and Penn­syl­va­nia Uni­ver­si­ties and NASA showed that plants, in ad­di­tion to ab­sorb­ing car­bon diox­ide through the pores on their leaves, can also ab­sorb a whole range of in­door air pol­lu­tants too. These pol­lu­tants are re­leased by lots of ev­ery­day house­hold items and prod­ucts we use reg­u­larly with­out so much as a sec­ond thought. Clean­ing flu­ids, dec­o­rat­ing ma­te­ri­als, beauty prod­ucts and even the fur­ni­ture we buy all con­tain or re­lease chem­i­cals which can im­pact on our health, a daunt­ing thought in­deed. But the good news is that we can re­duce the ef­fects sim­ply by util­is­ing the unas­sum­ing house­plant, which can help erad­i­cate or re­duce these chem­i­cal nas­ties.

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