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Stephanotis floribunda (Madagascar jasmine, waxflower, Hawaiian wedding flower, bridal wreath)

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via BlackDoctor:

Many people experience breathing problems in the home and have no idea of what may be the cause. Typically, indoor air is 2 to 5 times more polluted than outdoor air and normal items like furniture, cleaning products, synthetic fragrances, and upholstery can emit toxic chemicals.

Don’t worry! You won’t have to quarantine your home. One easy affordable way to get better quality air and combat toxicity is to fill the home with houseplants! That’s right! House plants can clear the air of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and make the home safer for you and your family by removing pollutants and absorbing them through their leaves and roots (the bigger, the better

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