The Peace Lily, the Red-Edged Dracaena and the Snake Plant.
All three absolutely gorgeous, all three found in our handy-dandy little boutique and all three having something other in common. Okay, folks, put on those thinking caps. What else could it be?
Is it their color, their shape or their fun-loving personalities? Their height, their sense of style or their way with words?
Unfortunately, none of these are true. However, a very good argument could be made for their killer style and amazing personalities. What we were thinking of, though, was something even better.
Ready for it?
All three of these plants have the potential to help with asthma. We know, we too are thrilled by this information. There are so many reasons why these plants are amazing and totally worthy of being in your living room corner, but the fact that they have been shown to improve issues caused by asthma just makes them even better.
So, what are some of the reasons why they work the way that they do?
This has everything to do with the way that these plants, and plants like them, remove toxins from the air. These three specifically remove toxins that can commonly aggravate asthma, such as formaldehyde and carbon monoxide. Both of these are rather nasty in their own unique way, but they’re especially menacing to those with breathing problems.
The Peace Lily is super good at getting rid of some of the formaldehyde in the air.
Breathe in, breathe out. It’s easier with these in your home, right? If you’ve got any questions about their care, be sure to give us an email.