12 NASA recommended air-purifying plants that you must have in your house

The right to clean air is a fundamental right. Yet we rarely ever get to breathe clean air, especially in cities. Now, buying an air purifier to clean our ambient air seems like the only wise option.
But air-purifiers are expensive. So, what does one do?
Invest in houseplants.
Not only do they Jazz up your home but clean the toxins from the air simultaneously too…

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LordCommander @iamgreenified. Environmentalist.Compulsive traveler. Eco-blogger. Aspiring Captain Planet. Sharing stories, anecdotes, and thoughts.

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