Can Houseplants Improve Air Quality?

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Myth or fact? SciShow explores whether household plants really have the power to improve the air quality of your home or office.

Plants are thought to purify the air taking in carbon dioxide and other pollutants and producing oxygen. But is it real or just a myth?

The good people at SciShow are here to explore the question. It turns out the whole theory started with a 1989 NASA study.

The space agency conducted a study to see if plants could really purify the air. The research found the plants to be successful at cleaning the air.

However, later studies have had mixed reviews and have pointed out the NASA study was in a controlled environment that is unlike your


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