Using Plants to Make Your Pure Space- Healthier and Brighter!

Posted by Aditi Mudgal on

It’s no secret that having plants in your home can make you feel better, and not just mentally. Indoor plants have been known to purify the air and provide your home with a healthier atmosphere. 

While you can use any kind of indoor plant to make your home healthier, there are some plants that don’t require constant maintenance and provide superior benefits for your home. At Santic, we always aim to provide our customers with a holistic home sanitation and cleanliness experience, which gets a whole lot easier with plants!

Santic aims to promote a healthy and pure space always in your home environment, so whether you’re using our products or taking inspiration from our tips, we aim to be your experts when it comes to living healthy!

Benefits of Plants

While some of these benefits are pretty straightforward, you might be surprised that having plants in your home can cause some pretty big mental changes too! Plants can:

  • Improve Your Mood and Productivity
  • Reduce Fatigue
  • Lower Stress and Anxiety
  • Help with Dry Skin and Respiratory Problems
  • Minimize headaches by improving air quality
  • Improve Focus and Concentration
  • Boost Healing and Pain Tolerance
  • Air Cleansing Properties

Oxygen Boosting Plants to Keep Your Home Purified!

Snake plants are the perfect indoor plant for any home. Not only do they not require constant watering, you can keep them in sun or shade and they’ll still grow perfectly fine! They’re the most oxygen producing indoor plants that help purify the air of toxins like CO2, formaldehyde, and benzene.

Plants can cause a mess in your home if you’re not careful while maintaining and cleaning around them. Luckily, our Natural Floor & Surface Cleaner is an eco-friendly and cruelty-free way to keep your home clean without any toxic chemicals. 

Get Plants That Can Be Used Multiple Ways in Your Home

Everyone has seen what an Aloe vera plant looks like, but did you know that it can help in absorbing moisture? When your bathroom feels a little damp, simply place an Aloe vera plant to see it work its magic.

You can also use Aloe vera to make some killer hair masks, face toners, and more! If your bathroom accessories have become a little stained due to the excessive moisture, we’d also recommend you to use the Santic Tap and Shower Cleaner to maintain their shine!

If You’re Really Horrible at Taking Care of Plants, try this out!

Not everyone is a talented green thumb (and some of us are admittedly more experienced in killing plants than taking care of them). Indoor cacti and succulents are a great way to introduce some greenery into your home that are durable and won’t die even if you don’t water them for weeks.

However, if you have overly curious kids or pets in the house, it’s better to keep these plants in high places out of reach from them or look for alternate plants. 

Low on Space? Get Some Wall-Hanging Plants!

When you want to spruce up your home without making it look too cluttered, getting some lovely wall hanging plants is exactly what you need! From herbs like mint, thai basil, and tulsi to traditional creepers like the money plant, there’s no shortage of the kind of plants you can hang around your home.

Hanging plants require abundant sunlight and water, so be sure to take regular care of them everyday. Enjoy pesticide and toxin-free herbs with your indoor plants! If you’re aiming for a completely natural home environment, consider trying out our Natural Floor Cleaner. With essential oils that leave a refreshing fragrance, our natural cleaner is safe for kids and pets!

Plants to Make Your Home Healthier 

According to NASA, you would need at least 18 plants to cover a 1800 sq ft space to make it healthier and safe for people. Indoor air pollution can be 500X worse than outdoor air pollution, so you should aim to fill at least 2% of your indoor space with oxygen boosting and air purifying plants.

Some optimal plants for the Indian climate are:

  • Snake Plants
  • Aloe Vera, Tulsi, Basil, Mint
  • Spider Plants
  • Weeping Fig
  • Lucky Bamboo
  • Areca Palm
  • Miniature Rubber Plants
  • Pothos (or Money Plants)
  • Flowering Plants like Jasmine, Rose, Lady’s Slipper Orchid, Marigold, Flamingo Lily

Make sure you’re placing plants in suitable locations (depending on how much sunlight they require). Choose beautiful pots to plant your plants in for an extra boost to your interior design. You can always use the Santic Multipurpose Disinfectant Spray to clean the exterior of your pots to keep them gleaming and disinfected always!

When you’re constantly promoting a safe and healthy space within your home, you can experience many mental and physical benefits. Keep your mind and body healthy with indoor plants, and your possessions and surfaces clean with Santic!

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