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For centuries the Chinese have believed in the importance of houseplants in creating and enhancing positive energy in the home and the office.

When it comes to improving your health and wellbeing, houseplants have been proven to enhance air quality, increase energy and more. As your plant breathes it removes harmful toxic emissions generated by furniture, paint and carpeting. Even better, as your plant also absorbs noise and radio waves it promotes relaxation and calm - a perfect way to lower the blood pressure.

Foliage plants such as the Peace Lily and Spider Plant are particularly good at removing nasty chemicals, while having an Aloe Vera plant in your home gives you the perfect natural resource for soothing skin irritations. In addition to boosting your well being, houseplants are a sure bet when it comes to adding that extra bit of glamour to your home.




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