NASA was looking into ways to detoxifying the air in its space stations back in the ’80s, and they conducted a study to determine the most effective plans for filtering the air of toxic agents and converting carbon dioxide into oxygen.
Their results were published in a clean air study back in 1989, and the study provided a full list of plants that are most effective at cleaning the air indoors.
The report suggests that we should have at least one plan per every 100 square feet of our homes or our office spaces.
So, these are the plants:
Dwarf date palm
Kimberly Queen Fern