Did you know that flowers can remove indoor harmful gases?

Published: 2024-06-16 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/06/16, Did you know that flowers can remove indoor harmful gases?

Did you know that flowers can remove indoor harmful gases?

Due to the cold weather in winter, many families are not ventilated and it is easy to make people sick. We can plant some flowers indoors to prevent harmful gases from entering the body.

Cactus: its meat stomata open at night. It can release oxygen and absorb the harmful gases in the air to purify the air.

Rose: can absorb ether, benzene, hydrogen sulfide and other harmful gases in the air.

Hanging orchid: the leaves will "eat" harmful gases such as carbon monoxide in the air and even exceed the air filter. Kill germs that save harm to the human body.

Camellia: resistant to sulfur dioxide, hydrogen chloride, chlorine,

Milan: can absorb sulfur dioxide and chlorine in the atmosphere.

Sweet-scented osmanthus: it has special resistance to chemical smoke.

Plum blossom: it can monitor the pollution of sulfur dioxide, hydrogen chloride and hydrogen sulfide in the environment.

Flowers can really play the role of "air filter", remove harmful gases, good for health.

Aloe, hanging orchid, tiger tail orchid, one-leaf orchid, tortoise back bamboo are natural scavengers, which can remove harmful substances from the air. Studies have shown that tiger tail orchid and hanging orchid can absorb more than 80% of indoor harmful gases, and have a strong ability to absorb formaldehyde. Aloe is also good at absorbing formaldehyde, absorbing 90% of formaldehyde in 1 cubic meter of air.

Ivy, iron tree, chrysanthemum, kumquat, pomegranate, half lotus, rose, camellia, pomegranate, Milan, daisy, preserved plum, marigold, etc., can effectively remove harmful substances such as sulfur dioxide, chlorine, ether, ethylene, carbon monoxide and nitrogen peroxide. Orchids, sweet-scented osmanthus, wax plum, taro, red back cinnamon and so on are natural dust collectors whose cilia can intercept and absorb floating particles and smoke in the air.