Oxygen Boosting Plants

Oxygen boosting plants

Are you looking for a natural way to increase the amount of oxygen in your home?
Photosynthesis by which plants release oxygen during the day due to natural light. At night, the plants breathe in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide, known as respiration. Some plants can take in carbon dioxide at night. Having these plants in the house lets people sleep well at night and increases air quality.

Oxygen boosting plants

We have selected the top 5 plants that give the highest amount of oxygen. 

Areca Palm

This plant absorbs carbon dioxide and converts it to oxygen. It not only produces oxygen and reduces carbon dioxide levels. But it also eliminates some toxins from the air, resulting in clean indoor air. According to Meattle, four shoulder-high plants are appropriate for one male. The Areca palm thrives in filtered light and needs frequent watering.

Recommendation and Care

The Areca Palm thrives in filtered light and needs frequent watering. Four shoulder-high plants should be enough for one human.

The living room is the best place to put it.

Snake Plant

The Snake Plant is known for its nighttime oxygen output. It also removes benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, xylene, and toluene from the air.
Recommendation and Care
The Snake Plant thrives in bright light and needs weekly watering. Six to eight waist-level plants are recommended for one human. These plants can produce enough oxygen to breathe normally in an airtight environment.

Money Plant

The Money Plant, which was featured by NASA, is known for its ability to remove chemicals and other contaminants from the environment, especially benzene, formaldehyde, xylene, and toluene. Despite the fact that it has a high purification rate, this plant is poisonous to cats, dogs, and small children if the leaves are eaten.

Money Plant Recommendation & Care

The Money Plant likes indirect light and should be watered once or twice a week. Three 18-inch plants are recommended for one human.

Gerbera Daisy

The Gerbera Daisy, perhaps the most attractive of the bunch, is often used as a decorative feature in gardens. The Gerbera Daisy, on the other hand, is notable for its ability to generate high levels of oxygen while eliminating toxic chemicals like benzene and trichloroethylene at night. Keep this one on your nightstand for better sleep if you suffer from sleep apnea or breathing disorders.

Recommendation & Follow-Up:

During the summer, spring, and fall, the Gerbera Daisy prefers bright sunlight, while in the winter, it prefers indirect light. It must be watered on a daily basis and the soil must be kept moist.

Chinese Evergreens

For good purposes, the Chinese Evergreen is one of the most common houseplants. This plant produces a lot of oxygen while also removing harmful chemicals like benzene, formaldehyde, and other pollutants from indoor spaces. It is well-known in China for its high efficiency in eliminating harmful contaminants from the air, as its name implies.

Recommendation and Care

The Chinese Evergreen thrives in full shade and needs only occasional watering to keep the soil moist. The number of plants kept is entirely up to the owner.