by Beth Haley
Our health journey does not have to be full of super complicated or difficult tasks. It can start with one single step, which leads to another and another.
One small step could be as simple as giving an area of your home or office a splash of color or breath of fresh air by adding a new houseplant. They help to clean our air by absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen.
NASA research has shown that houseplants can remove up to 87% of air toxins in one day and night cycle. –NASA SPINOFF
This makes plants great for your home space and workplace as well.
Symbolism: the African Violet speaks the language of deepest love and commitment.
Plants for the Bedroom
At night, when photosynthesis stops, many plants can give off carbon dioxide. “However plants such as orchids, succulents, snake plants and bromeliads do the opposite and emit oxygen” which makes them perfect for sleeping areas.
NBC News: Why Indoor Plants Make You Feel Better
All plant photos were taken from my indoor garden many years ago…