Plants, the natural air purifier for your apartment

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According to research 25 years ago plants like sanseviera can absorbs toxins  more than 100 air pollutants, including nitrogen monoxide, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, xylene and toluene. This flower also known as mother-in-law’s tongue is a native to Africa, Madagascar and Southern Asia has a reputation as a good cure for sick building syndrome by absorbing these toxins and releasing oxygen at night which makes them suitable bedroom plants – a term scientifically known as crasulacean. The downside, the leaves of this flower are poisonous if ingested keep this flower away from children and pets.

With how modern life has brought with it air pollutants that can do harm to our bodies, there is nothing as soothing as to have this natural air purifier in your home, and I have seen my fair share in some of Mainstreet residents’ apartment suites.

If you live near a major highway consider having a mother-in-law’s tongue plant in your apartment. It requires sun to keep its leaves green so position it accordingly.

This is just one of many plants that can do the important job of air purification – what plants would you recommend?

Mainstreet Equity Corp. is a publicly traded (TSX: MEQ) residential real estate company in Canada. Mainstreet currently owns and operates properties in Surrey, BC; New Westminster, BC; Abbotsford, BC; Calgary, AB; Cochrane, AB; Lethbridge, AB; Edmonton, AB; Fort Saskatchewan, AB; and Saskatoon, SK.

Mainstreet provides affordable, renovated apartment suites to Canadians, and is committed to creating real value without diluting shareholder interests.

About the Author
Tawanda Nzara

Tawanda is responsible for the day-to-day operations of Mainstreet's Calgary property portfolio.

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  1. apartments for rent baton rouge laMarch 12, 2016

    Thanks for the advice natural things like plants helps in apartment decoration and keeps the air fresh looking forward for using them.

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