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Plants make it possible to grow your own fresh air

By now, it's well apparent that plants have a positive and tangible impact on the quality of indoor air as well as the moods of surrounding inhabitants. But what if you took that idea and created a systematic (and quite green) solution?

New Delhi researcher Kamal Meattle did just that, so much so that his office building, where he implemented the system, was deemed by the Indian government as the healthiest building in New Delhi, with increased human productivity of 20 percent (to see him explain why, check out this video).

Meattle's process involves setting up four areca palms per person, as they convert carbon dioxide into oxygen. Six to eight mother-in-law's tongues should be counted per head as well, termed "bedroom plants" since they do the same work as areca palms during the night. Combined with money plants, which remove formaldehyde and other volatile chemicals from the air, these plants all work together to create some of the freshest, most self-sustaining indoor air around.

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