Plants for Great Energy in Your Home

Most of us put plants in our home to decorate and spruce up a boring decor, you might not have known, the type of plant we buy might also enrich our mood.

From a sense of peace to purifying the air, some plants help us add a positive energy to our home.

According to HealthandFoodPage.com the following plants feature these benefits.

1. Rosemary

Rosemary  has the ability to cleanse the air from dangerous toxins and  promote mental and physical well-being. It has an incredible smell and can improve your mood, treat anxiety, help better the sleep, fatigue, as well as better the memory! It requires large amounts of sun, but not a lot of water.

2. Holy Basil

In addition to purifying the air, Holy Basil can help attract positive energies. It can absorb some of the dangerous gasses in the environment, and release oxygen 20 hours daily. It possesses potent anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory qualities, and acts as a powerful anti-oxidant. Its spiritual healing effects can be taken advantage of by growing it under full sun, put in an east, north, or northeast area of the garden or home.

3. Peace Lily

This plant has the ability to better your mental, spiritual as well as physical balance. In addition to bettering the flow of energy, help you sleep better and it can purify the air and eliminate all the indoor gasses. Peace Lily does not require large amounts of sun.

4. Aloe Vera

This plant is considered one of the best one on this list. It possesses numerous health beneficial properties to provide you with happiness and positive energy while at the same time eliminate the “bad” vibes. This plant needs large amounts of water and not a lot of sun.

5. Jasmine

This plant has a beautiful smell and the ability to alleviate stress, provides positive energy, stimulates romance, and boosts the relationships. If you intend on keeping it in the house, put it close to a south-facing window, and in the east, north, or northeast area in the garden.

6. Chrysanthemum

The chrysanthemum is thought to possess healing qualities. It aids with honesty and purity, it can help purify the air and eliminate the toxins and represents a symbol of well-being and longevity. It should be kept in areas where tension is generated for the purpose of creating tranquility.

7. Lucky Bamboo (Dracaena braunii)

People in Asia have used the lucky bamboo thousands of years as a symbol of success and good fortune. It is stated in Feng shui that the vertical shape of lucky bamboo is a symbol of the element wood, which impacts our life energy, physical activity and vitality. Lucky bamboo does not require a lot of maintenance. Just put it in the corner of a room that gets large amounts of sun light, away from direct sunlight, and place it in a glass bowl filled with approximately one inch of purified or distilled water.

8. Areca Palm

This plant has the ability to purify the air, and leave an environment that is positive and clean, and its leaves can help soften the energy in the area.

9. English Ivy

English Ivy is among the most efficient air-purifying houseplants. It has the ability to eliminate every contaminant from the air, as well as create a safe, positive, calmed and relaxed environment for living.

10. Orchid

According to Feng shui orchid has the ability to boost the energy levels and the lives of the people present in the house. Its flowers are long-lasting and they can be in various sizes and shapes, with a pleasant and sweet smell that can calm the mind and better the mood. It releases oxygen during the night, therefore the best place to put it is in the bedroom.

11. Sage

Sage has remarkable cleansing properties that can help eliminate the negative emotions such anger and fear. It stimulates the positive energy flow and is beneficial because the many medicinal qualities it has. It should be kept on dry areas with low humidity.

12. Cash Plant (Epipremnum aureum)

Cash plant is also called silver vine, golden pothos, ivy arum, or hunter’s robe. It is stated in Feng shui that it can support the positive energy flow and lead to good luck and fortune.

It can be grown as a trailer or a climber. For the purpose of reducing negative vibes, stress, and anxiety, it should be kept in some corner or in front of some sharp corner, and its shoot should be pointing upwards in order to provide well-being and prosperity.

(healthandfoodpage.com)

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