BREATHE IN FRESH AIR – KUSHAL DEV RATHI

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BREATHE IN FRESH AIR – KUSHAL DEV RATHI

Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has become a significant cause of worry in recent times, thanks to the world’s worrisome amount of pollution. Houseplants are a simple yet efficient approach to enhance the quality of the air in your house. Kushal Dev Rathi, an environmentalist, suggest five indoor plants that can help you to breathe fresh.

  • Areca Palm

The Areca Palm is a natural chiller capable of removing xylene and toluene from the environment. Ensure the plant is not in bright sunlight since this might cause the leaflets to become yellow. This plant can not only improve the air quality but also contribute hydration to the environment, absorbing all pollutants and making the air pristine and refreshing.

  1. The Snake Plant

The snake plant is a hardy plant that demands little care. It may also sprout in water if the water is changed regularly. Think about keeping this plant near your workspace, notably if you work remotely, so that you may inhale clean air at all times.

  1. The Money Plant

The modest money plant, also known as pothos, silver vine, or devil’s ivy, blooms inside and requires just artificial lighting and minimal water to survive. It has been shown to purify the air of hazardous contaminants and to thrive in water. Because it spreads like a vine, you may designate a unique spot and area for the plant to span a whole wall.

  1. Peace Lily

This lovely house plant with snowy leaf-like blossoms can help eliminate dangerous carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene from the atmosphere. The Peace Lily, which is mildly poisonous (wash your hands after handling the plant), will require sunshine for the blossoms to mature. It is a hardy plant that may survive with only once-weekly irrigation.

  1. Spider Plant

This plant contains small, thin leaves that aid in the removal of contaminants like benzene and formaldehyde. As the plant matures, the outcome resembles spider web petals. This plant requires little care and grows in well-drained soil. Feed the plant once every two or three days. Because it is non-toxic, it is ideal for keeping in the house without any harm.

About Kushal Dev Rathi

Beyond being a tycoon, Kushal is a nature lover and an environment protector. Concerned about the environment, he feels that the present generation is in a peculiar situation and that it is critical to protect nature for coming generations. He believes that a modest move may lead to a big shift. 

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