The best plants to create a healthy environment at home and office

Updated: Aug 30, 2020

Plants are strategic to create a healthy environment at home or office because they clean the air and produce oxygen which brings many benefits for our health and they are beautiful as well. The specimens showed below are very beneficial for home because they produce a lot of oxygen and they clean the air pretty well creating a healthy environment for your family, employees, or pets. Plants not only purify the air deeply but also reduce the negative effects of Electromagnetic pollution. This is why it could be strategic to introduce them in your bedroom to maintain the cells with vitality during sleep, which is the time when your body heals and rejuvenates.

Electromagnetic pollution contaminates the Life force energy. According to Wilhelm Reich, when the Life force is polluted becomes rigid and stagnates, and being surrounded by it can cause serious health problems in humans. In this state this energy is harmful to us, it causes diseases, headaches, fatigue, depression, lack of motivation, insomnia, and discomfort. On this state the Life force does not flow freely anymore, it has a rigid, it is negative, and suffocates life forms. With a life force generator this energy is cleaned or by introducing many plants, but if you want my opinion, introduce both in strategic areas.

The best plants to create a healthy environment at home and office

The life force generators produce a continuous pulse of clean vital energy 24 hours a day creating a revitalizing environment where we feel good because it is healthy for our Spirit and our cells. This is why I consider this device essential for every home, especially for the bedroom, and a water optimizer in the kitchen close to the water you drink and the fruits and vegetables. An environment with abundant Life force energy in constant movement will make you feel good, positive and relaxed.

However a life force generator is not enough, you need to introduce both a life force generator and a few plants to achieve a very healthy environment at home or office because the Life force generator cleans the Life force energy but the plants produce oxygen and purify the air. This atmosphere going to be ideal for a positive state of mind and a great attitude. Below is a summary I did of some of the best plants for creating the best ecosystem at home for your children, pets, and family. They going to feel positive and relaxed as in the forest.

The next plants are my favorite for reducing the negative effects of Electromagnetic pollution, later I will show the best ones to purify the air. Mixing both is essential for creating a great atmosphere in your place...

Plants that absorb Electromagnetic pollution

- Cactus

- Ivy Plant

- Rubber Plant

- Snake Plant

- The Spider Plant

- Aloe Vera

- Echeveria Elegans

- Peace Lily


It is especially useful for absorbing the radiation and negative energy in general, they grow often in deserts and Wilhelm Reich discovered huge amounts of dead orgone energy in those areas it is why there is reduced amounts of life there, while in the forest there are high amounts of clean Orgone energy and there is a lot of life. Cactus are cleaning the energy of the deserts and they can do the same at your office. Feng Shui does not recommend them in the living room, bedroom, or the front entrance, so avoid placing a cactus in those areas.It seems that having a cactus near your computer can help reduce the negative effect of radiation on your body but what really makes cactus such a wonderful plant is that it is so easy to maintain, they do not need to be watered every day, in fact almost never.

Ivy Plant

It is a good one to absorb radiation and they are almost everywhere in the city I am living in. They are easy to grow as well. Ivy plants can absorb up to 90% of benzene in the air within 24 hours. It is extremely effective and works fast so that you can start benefiting as soon as you purchase and place this beautiful plant. It is also known to clean and greatly improve the quality of your air, eliminating substances such as carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and formaldehyde.

Ivy can be planted indoors or outdoors, but if you want to take advantage of its ability to block and eliminate radiation, it is best to use it inside the home. It is easy to grow inside as long as you have a room that can provide the plant with plenty of bright light. If you have large windows in the south-facing portion of your home, this is the ideal spot to put the plant. Plant ivy in an all-purpose potting soil, in a pot with drainage. Let the top of the soil dry to the touch between waterings, and fertilize your ivy about once a month in the spring, summer, and fall. Especially in the dry, winter air, it will benefit from regular misting of the foliage. If the vines get too long, you can trim them back, and easily root cuttings in water to create new plants.

Rubber Plant

It is a great help to reduce electromagnetic waves wherever it is but will be the most efficient when stored near your electronic devices. The Rubber plant is a large, aesthetically pleasing plant that has many radioprotective properties. It can be grown inside or outside and it is easy to maintain. In addition to protecting you from radiation, it has plenty of air-purifying properties as well.

The rubber plant prefers to be kept in a mild environment with indirect light and a cooler temperature. Keep it in an air-conditioned room that gets several hours of sunlight during the day, especially if you live in a hot climate. Windows with curtains can be great, as they will help it receive just the right amount of light. When it is growing, you will need to keep it moist, watering it regularly if you notice that the soil is drying out. When it is not growing, you may only need to water it once or twice a month as it won’t be using up as many nutrients.

Snake Plant

It is very effective when it comes to absorbing computer radiation. Placing it near your computer or close to other major sources of radiation can be a great way to keep your room healthy. Scientists have found that the Snake plant can harmlessly absorb over 100 different types of poison. They have also discovered that they are anti-pollutants, and can be used as an antidote to certain forms of radiation.

It also does a fantastic job of converting CO2 into oxygen, so you will benefit from cleaner air and clearer, stronger lungs! Like the cactus, a snake plant does not require constant watering. You just need to check the soil about once a week to make sure that it hasn’t dried out. The snake plant prefers bright light and even some direct sunlight but also grows well in shady corners. Place the plant in a warm spot with temperatures above 50 degrees F.

The Spider Plant

It has the ability to absorb a large amount of pollution, even cleaning out various harmful gasses such as formic acid and Aldehyde. Because of the spider plants amazing abilities at cleaning out pollution, it is also believed to be effective at absorbing forms of radiation in the home.

The spider plant is another one that requires very little maintenance. Like the snake plant, it grows best in indirect light, making it the perfect indoor plant. Too much sunlight or heat will cause the leaves to burn, to make sure to keep the plant in an area that receives plenty of shade or to move it away from the window after several hours of sunlight exposure. These plants do best in temperatures between 55 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit.

Aloe Vera

It is capable of absorbing high levels of radiation. Like many other healthy plants, the Aloe Vera plant also cleans your air thoroughly, absorbing carbon dioxide and converting it into oxygen. Because of its radioprotective properties, you should place your Aloe Vera plant in a straight line from the electronic device that is emitting radiation. Make sure not to place anything between the two, as this will diminish the ability of the plant to absorb radiation. Having several Aloe Vera plants throughout the house is an excellent way to protect yourself from radiation and keep your air clean and fresh.

Caring for an aloe vera plant is simple once you know the basics. With a little effort, you can help your aloe vera plant survive for years to come. Place the aloe in a sunny spot. Aloe plants are pretty low-maintenance since they don't require much water. Wait until the soil is dry at least two inches below the surface, then water slowly and deeply until you see water coming through the drainage holes. Do not water the aloe again until the soil is dry at least two inches below the surface once more. In most environments during April through October, you will need to water regularly. This equates to watering once every week, and twice per month in the winter.

Echeveria Elegans

It is highly effective at absorbing some forms of radiation from the air and considering its size, it is one of the most efficient plants at doing so. These unique plants are small and can be kept on your desk right next to your computer. It is a pretty plant that it is protects from the harmful waves coming out of your electronic devices!

Like most of the succulents plants, Echeveria elegans are relatively easy to care for. It requires very little light and even less water, so it should be able to survive no matter where you put it as long as there is a minimal amount of sun every day. Because it can be planted in stones, it is great at holding onto water, so you only need to water it every 2 or 3 days. Just check to make sure there is a little bit of moisture, and if there isn’t, give it a little bit of water.

Protection against 5G

Plants that clean air pollution

Indoor air pollutants have been ranked among the top five environmental risks to public health: Stagnant indoor environments allow pollutants to build up and stick around in greater amounts than we humans should be breathing in. Living and working in places rife with air contaminants and lacking decent ventilation can cause headaches, dizziness, nausea, and eye, ear, and nose irritation. NASA scientists have been working to understand this problem and find solutions. NASA has done many massive studies on house plants and their various benefits, on this link you can download one of them. The researchers at Nasa recommend at least one plant for every 100 square feet in your home. So if you have a 2000 square foot home, you should shoot to have at least 20 houseplants of different varieties.

With only three varieties of plants, we can “grow our own fresh air” indoors, to keep us healthy and they are Areca Palm, Sneak plant, and Devil´s ivy. NASA has plants on the International space station because they are so efficient at purifying the air and improving air quality. Not only do they take carbon dioxide out of the air and turn it into fresh oxygen, but many houseplants also are very powerful at removing toxins from the air. The next are the best plants to purify the air in your office or home to create a healthy environment for your work team or family members.

Peace Lily

I have one in my bedroom and I consider this plant strategic because it is a great general cleanser and air purifying plant that effectively removes all common indoor pollutants generated by furniture, electronics and cleaning products, so much so that it is one of NASA’s top-ranked plants for this purpose.

The Peace Lily does well in indirect light and requires minimal watering with the general guideline being once every four to five days. In hotter climates, it may need water more frequently, and you’ll know it’s overdue when the leaves begin to weep. Just be aware that those flowers (like all flowers) do contribute some pollen and floral scents to the air, so you may want to avoid having a room full of them. Put peace lilies in a shady spot and keep the soil moist without overwatering.

Peace lilies are listed by the ASPCA as one of the common houseplants that are poisonous to cats. They contain oxalates which can irritate an animal’s mouth and stomach. Because the irritation begins at first bite, however, the animal stops eating the plant pretty quickly, avoiding severe poisoning. Cats and dogs that ingest peace lily leaves begin to salivate profusely, shake their heads, and paw at their mouths.


The Dracaena, also known as the Dragon Tree, is a plant from Africa, giving it a rough appearance and it is a plant that you can easily take care of. In the living room, the plants can grow into large bushes and in nature, they even grow into trees. The Dracaena is not only from Africa but also from Asia and Central America, so the plant can easily adapt to the conditions in the living room. Unfortunately, the 'Dragon's blood tree' is almost non-existent in the wild and has, therefore, become a real houseplant. For this reason and because of the fact that this plant is very air-purifying, it is often used in offices and other business premises.

The plant of the picture is a Madagascar Dragon Tree, a type of Dracaena. This plant is a great help to remove benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and xylene. Pet owners might want to select a different plant, however, as these are toxic to cats and dogs. There are more than 40 different kinds of Dracaena plants, making it easy to find one that’s a perfect fit for your home or office. They're common foliage plants with long, wide leaves that are often variegated with lines of white, cream, or red.

Dracaena requires less water than most indoor plants. Keep them hydrated by misting the leaves with water and keeping the soil lightly misted (never soggy) as well with good drainage. Always allow the topsoil to dry out before watering. Do not overwater, as it may cause root rot. Never place a Dracaena plant in direct sun, as the rays will scorch its foliage.

Flamingo Lily

According to the NASA Clean Air Study, the Flamingo Lily was incredibly effective at removing airborne formaldehyde, ammonia, toluene, and xylene in your home or office. Unfortunately, Anthurium andraeanum isn’t the easiest plant to grow indoors. It is definitely not for those that don’t have a green thumb. If you decide to grow this houseplant, be sure you give it plenty of indirect light. The blooms love to soak in the rays, and you’ll be rewarded for weeks with their beauty.

Please note, Anthurium andraeanum is poisonous to both humans and animals. Caution must be taken with small children and pets. If they ingest any part of this plant, they will immediately start to have difficulty swallowing, hoarseness, and blistering in their mouth and throat. If you experience any of these symptoms, please seek medical help immediately.

Areca Palm

Areca palm is a tropical plant that prefers to grow in the locations with a warm climate. It is originated from Madagascar but later developed in South India and some other countries in different continents. This palm looks a lot like a bamboo plant. Areca palm tree, for instance, has a tall and clumping figure just like bamboo trees. The smooth golden trunks and narrowed foliages of Areca palm also resemble bamboo’s trunk and leaves. However, Areca palm plant is more preferable as an indoor plant than bamboos.

Areca palm is a plant which removes CO2 and converts it into oxygen, it releases an abundant amount of moisture into the air and they absorb harmful pollutants from indoor air and provide fresh air. We need four shoulder-high plants per person, and in terms of plant care, we need to wipe the leaves often. In cities as New Delhi it should be every day because the pollution, and perhaps once a week in cleaner-air cities and take them outdoors every three to four months as well.

Areca palms grow fast and they are easy to care for. A key factor in successfully growing Areca palm trees indoors is providing just the right amount of light. Keep the soil of an Areca palm moist but never soggy. Allow the top couple of inches to dry out before watering. Remember, the soil at the bottom of the container is much wetter than the soil at the top. Never allow an Areca palm to sit in water.

Corn Plant

Is a plant used in the NASA's clean air study which proved to remove a considerable amount of toxins from the environment. It removes Trichloroethylene, Formaldehyde and Benzene. In return for a little bit of care and attention from time to time, the Corn Plant (Dracaena massangeana) will show off its shiny good looking leaves and removal various indoor air toxins.

The Corn plant is fairly easy to grow and quite tolerant of neglect (i.e., low light levels and lack of water), although it will start looking unattractive when neglected. The worst thing's to do with this plant is over water it or let it stay in direct sunlight for too long. These plants benefit from a little "drying time" between waterings. So water well and then wait for the top inch of the soil to dry out before watering again. Regardless of your placement, in Winter reduce the watering like you would for almost all houseplants, but the soil shouldn't be allowed to dry out completely.

The Varieties of Dieffenbachia

According to a study, it can absorb carbon dioxide efficiently. It topped the list of the best plants to clean the carbon dioxide, it is included as well indoor plants like pothos, spider plant, and anthurium. In the test, the initial CO2 was 436 ppm, which reduced to 332 ppm after the final reading. It Offers lush foliage that takes toxins out of the air.

The plant, since it lives indoors, needs soil mix because that is its only source of the nutrients it needs. When an indoor Dieffenbachia does not get enough light, the new leaves are small and far apart on the stem, Dieffenbachia plants require medium to high light but direct sun burns the leaves and too much bright light causes the vibrant leaf color to fade. Watering is an important part of growing Dieffenbachia. Water thoroughly and then not again until the surface of the potting medium is dry to the touch. Plants can be rooted and grown in water. Plants grown in soil should not be water logged; Dieffenbachia will not tolerate constant overwatering. So, it is important to maintain moderately moist soil. All parts of a Dieffenbachia are poisonous and should be kept away from pets and children.

Barberton Daisy

Is effective at cleansing the air of formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene. This may be a wise decision for your indoor air quality, as NASA’s Clean Air Study found that abilities from this lovely herb. I had a many of them in the past, on that time I did not know about their benefits. Barberton daisy’s prefer full sun, plenty of water and well-drained soil. If you try to use this as an indoor houseplant, make sure you have it in an area that has plenty of natural light. It also thrives in moist soil. Be sure to keep the soil moist as often as possible, without over-watering it. Gerbera jamesonii is able to withstand a wide range of temperatures, so you don’t need to be concerned with keep your home at a specific temp.

Devil’s Ivy

My mom has these plants and my green iguana often eat them when I was living with her, it is one of the most popular houseplants not only because it looks good at home, but also because it’s extremely easy to care for. It is very good for removing volatile organic compounds and toxins from the air. According to the clean air study by NASA, this plant removes pollutants such as benzene, toluene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide and xylene from the air.

The large leaves are beautiful and do a great job at removing carbon monoxide and formaldehyde. It is better to keep it without direct sunlight shining on it. The soil should be peaty with lots of moisture. This is another plant that can be toxic when ingested, especially for your pets but is healthy for iguanas. If you think your dog or cat has ingested part of this plant, they will likely experience vomiting, irritation and difficulty swallowing. Seek the advice of your veterinarian if you believe your pet has consumed this plant.

Chrysanthemum morifolium

Is another popular perennial plant that people like to have in their home. Unlike the Peace Lily, this houseplant loves direct sunlight and a medium amount of water. With the proper care and right type of soil, the Chrysanthemum morifolium will start to produce lots of beautiful blooms of various colors. These blooms not only help brighten the room, they also help cleanse the air of many chemicals that are common in homes. These include formaldehyde, xylene, ammonia, benzene, toluene, and trichloroethylene.

Chrysanthemum morifolium grown indoors require good air circulation. The secret to keeping blossoms fresh for several weeks is to keep it in a cool place and well-watered. They are poisonous to animals. If your dog or cat has ingested any part of this plant, they will likely experience diarrhea, dermatitis, vomiting and a lack of coordination. If your pet has consumed this plant, please call your veterinarian as soon as possible.

Chinese Evergreen

Can remove many common toxins such as benzene, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and more. You can find Chinese evergreen plants in many varieties, be aware that they are toxic for dogs. This tropical foliage plant is one of the most durable houseplants you can grow, tolerating poor light, dry air and drought. While most houseplants require a bit of effort in providing appropriate growing conditions (light, temperature, humidity, etc.).

They enjoy moderate watering—not too much, not too little. Allow the plant to dry out some between watering. Overwatering will lead to root rot. As part of your Chinese evergreen care, you should fertilize older Chinese evergreens once or twice yearly using a water-soluble houseplant fertilizer. If your Chinese evergreen plant becomes too large or leggy, give the plant a quick trim. It’s also possible to save cuttings during the process for propagating new plants. Cuttings root easily in water.

Lady Palm

Is another houseplant that would be beneficial to have around your home, the NASA Clean Air Study discovered Rhapis excelsa to be one of the best houseplants at cleansing the air of formaldehyde, ammonia, xylene and toluene. The “Lady Palm” is a durable palm species that adapts well to most interiors, preferring semi-sunlight and a temperature of 60-70 F (16-21 C). While the plant grows slowly, it can eventually reach more than 14 feet in height with broad clumps often having a diameter as wide as they are tall.

To care for your Lady Palm, water generously in spring and summer, increasing the volume in winter if your plant is located in a warm, dry environment. Feed monthly with liquid fertilizer and enjoy the plant’s glossy leaves on graceful, arching stems. In general, the plant is very resistant to insect infestations, though occasionally spider mites will attack a Lady Palm. These can usually be removed with soapy water if caught soon enough. Other things to watch for include a location that’s too dry: this will cause the tips of the fronds to turn brown and dry out.

Now you have an idea which are the best plants to maintain a healthy environment at home or office. I have 5 of them at my home and they looks so pretty and happy. I will send you more interesting information to your email if you subscribe to the newsletter. You will receive news about our upcoming articles regarding the spirit, health, personal development and the law of attraction.

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