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3 House Plants That Can Purify The Air at Home

Make sure you have these trusty green finds

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From the polluted streets to the industrial waste emissions, we hardly ever get fresh air in the city. Especially now that we are in the middle of the scorching summer heat, most of us would rather stay in our well-sealed, energy-effiecent homes.

Little do we know, there is a wide variety of toxins lurking indoors that could put our lungs at risk. 
Lucky for us, we could avoid possible asthma attacks and allergens simply by choosing house plants that can decontaminate air naturally. We've listed down three powerful purifiers you can add around the home:

Main photos from: Kelly Grima and A. Carter via Pinterest.

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