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5 More Plants That Can Cleanse the Home of Negative Energy

Clear the bad vibes and stressful elements in your home with these green wonders

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We've said it before—plants can drive away negative energy and bring positive vibrations in your home. In Feng Shui, it is believed that every living space should have free-flowing energy to stay cheerful but life can get in the way and disrupt the pattern. To help you choose which potted miracle can send the blues away, we've listed down a couple more that claim to be the most effective. Check them out below: 


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Holy Basil

A variation of regular basil, holy basil emits oxygen for almost 20 hours a day while absorbing harmful toxins in the air. This has lead people to believe that it can also clear spaces of negative energy that causes stress to the dweller.

Peace Lily

Peace lilies are believed to radiate prosperity in all aspects of life—mentally, physically, and spiritually. It improves the flow of energy in the home by neutralizing hazardous indoor gases while promoting tranquility and restful sleep. 


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Sage

There's probably nothing more popular than sage when it comes to attracting positive energy. It holds incredible cleansing properties that help rid the air of negative emotions such as anger or fear and it works to maintain the happy vibrations in your home. 


Lucky Bamboo 

Bamboos have been used in Asia for thousands of years as a symbol of good fortune and prosperity. In Feng Shui, the height of the lucky bamboo represents the wood element which greatly influences our vitality and stamina. 

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English Ivy

English ivy does not only add an interesting touch to lackluster spaces, it's also one of the most powerful air purifiers. It can get rid of unwanted toxins from the air to promote a healthy, serene, and stress-free home.

SOURCE: 12 Plants That Create Positive Energy In Your Home via davidwolfe.com

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