Make your home more warm and choose green plants

Make your home more warm and choose green plants

Breeding some suitable flowers in the indoors, including the role of beautifying the environment, can also make people happy, if they can play special effects, make human health beneficial.

However, some plants are not suitable for living in the living room. Therefore, choosing green plants will make the home more welcoming.

  Plant ear ferns, ivy, spider plants and other vines, ferns, which are suitable for planting in the indoors, will play the same function as sponges, and absorb indoor carbon monoxide, formaldehyde and other substances harmful to human health.

These plants work well even in the absence of light.

  The leaves of the flower, the dry leaves of the pomegranate can absorb sulfur dioxide.

  Pu Kui, fishtail, chrysanthemum, etc. have a good purifying effect on hydrogen chloride.

  Citrus, paulownia, fig and other flowers are very resistant to fluorine and fluorine.

The fluorosis ability of Ligustrum lucidum flowers is 160 times higher than that of ordinary flowers.

  In addition to absorbing sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide and other harmful gases at night, foreign hydrangea, begonia, and bamboo can also secrete bacteria-killing gases, reducing people’s chances of catching colds and colds.

  Jasmine, rose flowers, night scent, etc. can release essential oils and negative ions day and night, which can clean the air and regulate the spirit, so that people can eliminate fatigue and better reduce neurasthenia.

  Cactus can inhale carbon dioxide at night, create oxygen, increase the concentration of negative ions in the air, and is good for people with high blood pressure and lack of energy.

Cactus, prickly pear, arrow lotus, silk flower and orchid, kaffir, narcissus and other flowers, immediately adjacent to not emit carbon dioxide, but will absorb carbon dioxide, can purify indoor air, maintain the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide, such flowers can be raised indoorsplant.

  Camellia is resistant to harmful substances such as sulfur dioxide, hydrogen chloride, chromic acid and nitric acid fumes.

  The rose can absorb hydrogen fluoride, benzene, hydrogen sulfide, ethyl phenol, silane and other gases, and is also quite resistant to sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide.

  Rhododendron is an ideal flower and tree against pollution such as sulfur dioxide.

  Hibiscus can absorb toxic gases such as sulfur dioxide, chlorine, and hydrogen chloride.

  Lagerstroemia has an absorption effect on harmful gases such as sulfur dioxide, chlorine and hydrogen fluoride.

  Osmanthus fragrans has special resistance to chemical smog and has different degrees of resistance to oxides such as hydrogen chloride, hydrogen sulfide and phenol.

  Green radish, mosquito net vanilla (Net Clear No. 1) can prevent formaldehyde pollution.

  Chrysanthemums and iron trees can reduce benzene pollution.

  Pomegranate trees can absorb sulfur dioxide and have absorption and resistance to chlorine, hydrogen sulfide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and hydrogen sulfide.

  Plant cloves, which are not suitable for indoor use, are also called night scent. It emits a lot of stimulating granules in the evening. It smells too long, causing people with high blood pressure and high blood pressure to feel dizzy, depressed, and even worse.

  The aromatic scent of pine and cypress flowers has a stimulating effect on the human stomach, which makes people feel tired and nausea and affects appetite, and can make pregnant women feel upset and dizzy.

  Oleander can secrete a milky white liquid, which can cause poisoning, causing drowsiness, mental decline and other symptoms.

  The flowers of the tulip have a toxic base and are easily replaced by excessive contact with the hair.

  The aroma of orchids can be overly exciting and cause insomnia.

  Pollen from the bauhinia, if exposed to humans for too long, can induce hypertension or worsen cough symptoms.

  Mimosine in mimosa is a highly toxic organic substance that causes hair to shift after excessive contact with the human body.

  The rich aroma of rose flowers makes some people suffer from chest discomfort, suffocation and difficulty breathing.

  The scent from the lily is too long, causing the central nervous system to be over-excited and insomnia.

  Particles emitted by the hydrangea, such as contact with humans, cause skin irritation and cause pruritus.

  The flowers of Rhododendron chinensis contain a kind of toxin. Once ingested, lighter people may cause poisoning, and severe ones may cause shock, which seriously endangers the health of the body.