There are a few things that can take your home to the next level and prove you’re a real person such as a bookshelf, most of all, houseplants.

If you’re looking for a plant to put on a windowsill that receives bright direct sun all day long, choose houseplants that thrive in those sunny conditions, like an echeveria or haworthia.

Another thing to keep in mind, while there are many plants that are marketed as ‘indoor plants,’ all plants are native to being outside sometimes.

Here are 11 plants that are best for our health.

1- Jasmine

Jasmine has a great effect on our mental health due to a chemical that relieves anxiety, treats mood swings, improves sleep quality, and in large amounts, boosts immunity, and can even increase libido.

The fat-burning properties of jasmine tea are related to its content of caffeine and the polyphenol EGCG. These compounds may be helpful to enhance each other’s fat-burning effects.

2- Peace Lily

Peace lilies are perfect for home décor because they have beautiful white flowers in summer, but that’s not all they can do. Plus, it also produces pollen and a flowery scent.

This houseplant is a pro at removing pollutants from the air. It absorbs ammonia, and trichloroethylene and makes the indoor air clean.

3- Spider Plant

Spider plants are perfect fighters against formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, and other toxic impurities in the air. These contaminants come in paper bags, wax paper, napkins, and synthetic fabrics.

If you are not very enthusiastic, a spider plant is best for you, as it does not require a lot of care.

4- Rosemary

Rosemary is best known or popular as an herb that is very helpful in improving concentration and memory.

It is also used to relieve muscle pain and boost immune function and circulatory systems. As a bonus, you can use fresh leaves for cooking at your house.

5- Snake Plant

The snake plant makes a perfect houseplant for the bedroom as it is known to improve indoor air quality. Snakes are very helpful in removing all kinds of toxins, including trichloroethylene, toluene, benzene, and xylene.

To optimize the air purification process, you will probably need more than one plant in your house. Plus, it is one of the easiest plants to care for, snakes like indirect sunlight.

6- Lavender

The smell of lavender is recognized everywhere as a great aid for relaxation. Lavender has been proven to lower our heart rate, blood pressure, and stress levels, which is why it’s best for your bedroom.

It’s one of the most renowned plants to help you sleep better at night. Lavender plants love warmth and sunlight, so place it on a sunny windowsill and water sparingly.

7- Aloe Vera

Aloe vera juice has anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties. So not only can you use this plant to brighten up your home or office, but you can also use it to heal wounds and different skin conditions. It is very helpful if you want to improve your health.

Put your aloe vera plant anywhere but in a bright, sunny spot, and don’t worry about keeping it alive.

8- Rubber Tree

If you have a tendency to forget the plants names, or are new to the whole “plant parent” lifestyle, get a rubber tree. Rubber trees tend to grow large, although they are not very difficult to care for.

The best thing its huge leaves suck up all the bad things from the air. So, you should not forget to clean the dust from the leaves.

9- Golden Pothos

Golden pothos is perfect for removing chemicals like trichloromethyl from the air. They are mainly found in glue, paint, and detergent.

Pothos is extremely difficult to kill, so if you don’t have a green thumb yet, it will make the best starter for you as houseplants.

10- English Ivy

English ivy purifies up to 95% of the mold from the air that can trigger allergies and helps people with asthma breathe better at night and have a restful sleep.

But be aware that ivy is poisonous if eaten by pets or young children.

11- Monstera Deliciosa

These trendy plants are one of Horton’s faves not just because their eye-catching look is oh-so-Grammarly, but because “once you get them going, they’re easy growing.”

Especially during the warm season, expect to see a new leaf on a weekly basis. Plus, you can easily propagate them. Also the best part: You only need to water a monstera deliciosa every one to two weeks, letting the soil dry out between waterings.

I found it really worth sharing about houseplants that are good for you. Kindly comment below and let us know what your take on this?

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