Our lives are becoming more and more stressful and stressful. So, growing plants is one of the best ways to calm your mood. And that’s why today in this post we are so glad to share some of our favorite plants to add a pop of color and cheer to your home as well as reduce stress, anxiety and depression. Are you willing to spend your time checking them with us?
Aside from their health benefits and decorating your home more beautifully, these plants are also easy to make and take care of without any effort on your part. You can put them in cute pots and place them anywhere in your house, e.g. Such as on a table, window sill, desk… No matter you put them, they will bring their beauty and utility, leaving you amazed!
#1 Aloe Vera
Not only is aloe vera great for healing superficial wounds and skin conditions, it also purifies the air of irritants that can affect our airways and cause feelings of stress and discomfort.
#2 Bamboo Palm
Bamboo palm is great at flushing pollutants out of the air, which helps us breathe better and relieves anxiety. It is also a natural humidifier and thrives in the shade with little attention from its owner.
Basil is a plant that has benefits. It is rich in the compound linalool, which gives it its woody scent. The plant also helps pump oxygen into the air for a staggering 20 hours each day, which cleans the air, which can have a positive impact on your blood pressure, mood, and stress levels.
Chamomile is known for its calming effects as a sleep drink. The gentle floral scent also works wonders for mood and makes a great houseplant when you’re feeling tense or stressed.
#5 Chinese Evergreen
The Chinese evergreen is a great choice for decorative purposes in any living room that could use a touch of green. It also filters toxins from the air and releases oxygen, which can increase productivity and increase your well-being.
On par with a good humidifier, the fern helps relieve stress by adding moisture back into the air and improving the breathability of the air in our homes. It is also a beautiful plant and would brighten up any room in a hanging basket or decorative pot.
#7 Flamingo Lily
This plant cleans our homes of airborne toxins such as formaldehyde, ammonia, toluene, and xylene, which can affect both our physical and mental health.
#8 English Ivy
Not only is English ivy an eye-catcher, the plant is a hard worker, driving off up to 94% of its mold in just 12 hours. Exposure to mold can increase symptoms of insomnia, irritability, and depression.
#9 Jade Plant
The jade plant can add more outdoor feeling to your cozy home. This plant also has a knack for cleaning the air of indoor pollutants from paints and cleaning products, which contain chemicals that can make us feel foggy, stressed, and uncomfortable.
The floral scent of this jasmine has a calming effect and is a great option for those struggling with anxiety, insomnia, or poor sleep quality. This is another plant that would make a great addition to a bedside table or windowsill in your bedroom.