Honeywell, Xiaomi and various other companies have launched air purifiers.
These are expensive, cost over minimum ₹ 5,000 and well, consume a lot of electricity.
I don’t think we should “pay” such a huge price to breathe fresh and clean air.
I wanted to find out which is the cheapest air purifier available in the market. And I found it. Rather, I found them.
Let me tell you a few features of this air purifier, it doesn’t need any filter to be changed, it doesn’t need any electricity, and best of all, it doesn’t produce any sound.
Now, for an average 2 BHK house, you’ll have to spend about ₹2,100 and never another paise on filters or electricity.
So, what’s this cheapest air filter? which no one has told you about, well, it’s not one but 3.
- Areca Palm
- Snake Plant
- Money Plant
These 3 plants act as air purifiers to a point where NASA, IISc and various other research organisations vouch for them.
The best part, all these plants are indoor plants, meaning even if you don’t have sunlight, you can use them without any issues.
Further, they only require watering once in a few days.
Areca Palm plant is often seen in various corporate offices indoors, and outdoors as well.
It’s even considered auspicious in a lot of cultures, so you’re not only getting a great fresh air, you’re also getting good luck and fortune 🙂
Commonly known as mother in law’s tongue, this plant is one of the easiest to maintain, and requires water only once a week.
We recommend using this in bedrooms because it provides oxygen 24/7, and removes harmful chemicals like Sulphur Dioxide from air.
This plant is especially known to remove Formaldehyde, Benzene and Carbon monoxide from.
No wonder, it’s also know to bring a lot of good fortune to your home 🙂
I mean just imagine all the fresh air you’ll breathe and how energetic you’ll feel.
So what are you waiting for, find your local seller, or order online, you need about 6-10 plants for a 2BHK house.
So everyone in Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Pune dealing with respiratory issues. Don’t spend more on electric gadgets, let’s use these simple easy plants to help fight pollution.