Indoor plants

Indoor plants are the new superfoods for your mind and body 

So stop force-feeding yourself kale smoothies – you don’t have to drink green juice, just drink in GREEN ENVIRONMENTS and you’ll start heading in the right path.

  • Plants remove harmful airborne toxins from the air including benzene, formaldehyde, ammonia, xylene and trichloroethylene, according to a NASA Clean Air Study.
  • Caring for plants also is good for your mental health. It helps you relax and connect.
  • Indoor plants are good for work productivity. 
  • Patients in hospital are shown to get better faster when their patients are involved in caring for plants, but even just looking at them has a positive health benefit.
  • Studies underway in Western Australia are looking at why being around healthy bacteria from indoor plants may also be good for us.
  • Caring for plants even has positive health benefits for those with Dementia.


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