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🍃There are various reliable facts that prove that to have a lot of house plants is a good thing to do. Read the following list till the end to be completely sure.

  • Fresh and clean air: now will be a minute of science. Plants absorb carbon dioxide and release oxygen. This process is called photosynthesis. For those who live in densely populated cities, house plants are a help to get enough fresh air and purify the indoor environment.
  • Cool and nice: indoor plants produce moisture which cools the air around. Plants can’t cool the whole house during summer like an air conditioner, but they will help you to keep a comfortable temperature.
  • Add the beauty to your interior: they generate a feeling of home comfort and coziness. Plants with interesting ornamental leaves and flowers are the best. Also, it sets a certain mood.
  • The purification of the air: plants not only saturate the air with oxygen but also absorb toxins from it and the moisture they release slows down the movement of bacteria and viruses. Our stuff emits vast amounts of varied impurities such as dust, chemical compounds, microplastic particles, dust mites, and lint. The bigger the better. The more flowers you will have the cleaner your surrounding will be.

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