Houseplants are good for your health — and not just for their visual beauty.
Studies have also proven that indoor plants improve concentration and productivity (by up to 15 percent!), reduce stress levels and boost your mood — making them perfect for not just your home but your work space, too.
Is it bad to have plants inside the house?
House Plants Purify Indoor Air but they can also be dangerous. House plants benefit our indoor spaces not only by converting carbon dioxide to oxygen but also by absorbing many pollutants. The benefits of having plants in the house are well worth the effort (some would call it a labor-of-love) to nurture them along.
Is it dangerous to have plants in your bedroom?
Good to know, is that the amount of CO2 most plants produce at night is far less than humans and pets do. You could even say that sleeping with someone, in the same room or bed is less healthy (oxygen-wise) than sleeping in a bedroom filled with plants. They make a room look more alive and your bedside table brighter.
Which plant should not be in house?
Cactus, Bonsai or thorny plants- Except Rose and medicinal plants, avoid keeping cactus and thorny plants at your home as these are inauspicious. Do not place any bonsai plant as they represent short/ little growth.