Spider Plant: Spider plants are thought to help clean the air around them. Over a 24-hour period, it eliminated 95% of the harmful formaldehyde from the air in a sealed Plexiglas container.
Peace Lily: The name "peace lily" conjures up images of serenity. It has air-cleaning qualities that aid in the removal of carbon dioxide and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from the atmosphere.
Rubber Plant: They're relatively low-maintenance and only require weekly watering. Rubber plants have the ability to filter the air.
Elephant Ear Plants: These are distinguished by their large, heart-shaped leaves. They require bright light and regular watering to keep the soil moist, and they can grow large and may require additional room.
Snake Plants: They're both decorative and low-maintenance. It was included in the same NASA research on indoor plants, has been shown to remove toxins from the air over time.
Ferns: These ferns scored well in terms of naturally removing VOCs from the air. The plants grow quickly and look best in hanging baskets or on plant stands indoors.
Pothos: It has heart-shaped leaves. According to research, pothos can reduce indoor ozone levels, making it easier to breathe and lowering your risk of respiratory diseases.