It has always been said that having plants in the bedroom was not good, that they were left with oxygen from the room.
Nothing is further from reality.
It has been shown that plants can help us have a very restful sleep if we place them in the bedroom as they have a calming effect.
We have made a selection of plants that can make you have a restful sleep thanks to its properties
Lavender is a medicinal plant that is characterized by its calming properties. Its unmistakable aroma has made this plant the quintessential jewel of aromatherapy. Lavender has many uses: analgesic, cell regenerator, sedative, helps to reduce the symptoms of flu and cold. But above all it has great antiseptic and anti-inflammatory power since it helps to relax and soothe the pain.
It is one of the plants with more air purification power in our homes and offices. Putting this plant in our house can reduce formaldehyde, trichlorethylene and benzene, volatile organic compounds harmful to health. It is an ideal plant to improve sleep quality, especially for people who find their sleep difficult due to bad breath.
The pot is a plant that almost all of us have or have at home. It is a very powerful and special plant for its quality to purify the air of toxic substances such as formaldehyde, xylene, capable of causing severe headaches, vomiting ... and benzene, capable of causing fatigue, dizziness, tachycardia ... It is A plant that does not need excessive care but it must be taken into account is that it is toxic, so it is better to keep it away from small children and pets.
In addition to its beauty, something that really characterizes jasmine, is its heady aroma which calms the body and mind. It has been shown to reduce anxiety, which leads to a better quality of sleep and makes it an ideal plant to have in our rooms since it transmits peace and quiet.
Aloe vera is a plant commonly known for its cosmetic and healing properties, but is less known for its benefits to purify the air in the room. It does not provide any aroma, but it can be used to improve the air quality of the bedroom and to heal small wounds or even to fight diabetes.