Protect your home with plants

Plants improve air quality by releasing oxygen and mopping up carbon dioxide but peace lilies, long needled cacti, dwarf banana plants, peperomias and spider plants can all protect against electromagnetic radiation, from mobile phones and computers. Many house plants also clean the air by mopping up toxic substances called volatile organic compounds (VOCs) which are given off by plastics, varnishes, glues, household cleaners and some plants. Indoor plants, chrysanthemums and English ivy are especially good at this.

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