reviewed by Christina Lopez
House plants are not just decorative ornaments when places in their homes; they are the primary source of stress reduction, air purification and sore throat, dry skin prevention by releasing water in the air.
Many people suffer from headaches and migraines in the current epoch, no matter what the causes are. A study of Ball University reported that "Migraines and headaches lead to a significant decline in the quality of life, productivity and daily function."
The pain of a migraine and a headache is dreadful, where migraine attacks can last between four to seventy-two hours. Thankfully indoor plants serve the very purpose of curing these awful headaches naturally.
Below are the plants mentioned to help you get rid of your headache:
Succulents are plants with thickened and engorged parts that are meant to retain water in arid climate and soil conditions.
Succulents are low maintenance plants that give a good look in the room as they purify the air by taking in carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen, leaving you with clean air and unique room decoration.
Aloe Vera is one plant that comes with many benefits. It soothes burns, treats acne scars and breakout, purifies the air, and softens the hair and skin. Aloe Veras thrive in the sun, and it is easy to take care of them. They are also a succulent plant species and have been used in herbal medicine since the beginning of the first century.
NASA also utilizes these plants for their more exceptional ability to increase the overall quality of air with fresh oxygen.
Snake Plant thrives in low light and is perfect for your bathroom for cleaner air because it is good at filtering the air of formaldehyde. Belonging to the family of Asparagaceae, Snake Plant is a native to West Africa.
The plant has been proven to be extremely useful in treating headaches, eye irritation, and respiratory problems. It also helps in boosting up your energy levels.
Bamboo Palm is particularly useful for purifying the air of dangerous carcinogens. These act best indoors with plenty of water and with less sunlight.
Boston Fern acts as a humidifier as it releases water vapors in exchange for pollutants in the air. These beautiful ferns help you prevent dry skin, sore throats, colds, and dry coughs.
These growing companions will benefit t Smaller quarters like bedrooms or dorms the most.
Because of their ability to generate, they are common household plants. Peace Lily correctly cleans the air containing mold. They are suitable for keeping in bathrooms and damp rooms to prevent decay and reduce mold spores in the air.
These beautiful plants with a pleasing scent can be used in both foods and everyday health. To reduce stress and anxiety, Lavenders are very useful. Additionally, the lavender oil helps to heal burns and improves sleep.
This exotic plant comes with many health benefits, improving sleep, and promoting relaxation. Dried orchids are used to boost the immune system, fight off infections, and fatigue. They can also be crushed up to make immune tea.
Arguably one of the most natural plants to grow and thrive on low light and neglect, Pothos serves to purify the air of chemicals like formaldehyde, benzene, and carbon monoxide while also helping eliminate odors. Pothos can also help alleviate eye irritation after long days of staring at screens.
Jasmine is used as a mind and body stimulator. The plant's oil helps treat acne scars and act as a natural antidepressant due to it's the sweet scent. It acts as a mind and body stimulator while helping with headaches as well.
Plants are a useful source of purifying indoor air, reducing indoor pollution and help treat mild and severe headaches. The removal of toxins from the air will result in a healthy atmosphere to breathe in, thus reducing the headaches and migraines.
A healthy environment plays an essential role in keeping a person sane, and having his mind function properly. Nature has an effective way of solving our issues, and indoor home plants are one of them.
About Christina Lopez
Christina Lopez grew up in the scenic city of Mountain View, California. For eighteen ascetic years, she refrained from eating meat until she discovered the exquisite delicacy of chicken thighs. Christina is a city finalist competitive pingpong player, an ocean diver, and an ex-pat in England and Japan. Currently, she is a computer science doctoral student. Christina writes late at night; most of her daytime is spent enchanting her magical herb garden.