Houseplants are good for your health — and not just for their visual beauty. Why? They essentially do the opposite of what we do when we breathe: release oxygen and absorb carbon dioxide. This not only freshens up the air, but also eliminates harmful toxins. Extensive research by NASA has revealed that houseplants can remove up to 87 per cent of air toxin in 24 hours. Studies have also proven that indoor plants improve concentration and productivity (by up to 15 percent!), reduce stress levels and boost your mood — making them perfect for not just your home but your workspace, too. However, it can be an alternate result if the negative energy is too heavy. If the energy in the plants surroundings is too heavy it will suffocate the plant until it wilts or dies completely. The science of this is just as valid of this statement as the latter. Watch the video below.
There is no magic fix for our overwhelmingly heavy emotions. The truth of the matter is that we need to change our perspective. We must tell ourselves positive truths, truths such as we are loved, we are healthy, we are beautiful, we are loveable for our physical bodies to be better then what we might feel. Emotions tend to play such a big part of what we say to ourselves and how we reflect on others. If we are heavy in our hearts, we reflect that heaviness if we are not actively fighting against it. We need to change what we say to ourselves and the environment around us despite how we feel in the moment. Be a rebel against the heaviness, the depression the anger or sorrow. Say the opposite to yourself, to others, to the things around you and everything will start to change but for the better. Be consistent, and the weight will begin to lift, the air will become cleaner, the joy will return, and the plants will get greener.
If your still not convinced, please investigate the science behind plants and energy.