Advertisement
Advertisement

Super cute 1/1 starting at $945 - 540 sqft! Brand new kitchen appliances, up dated lighting + a fresh coat of white paint! TT Walking distance to the green belt & @tacodeli TT Contact us for more information 512-786-9472

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

#repost @ugly_by_nature with @get_repost 颯颯 #cactus is one of the most popular succulents thanks to its easy growth that does not require too much care. Furthermore, putting cactus on the desk or in the room helps absorb radiation from the computer. The betel leaf plant, or piper betle, is the leaf of a grapevine which belongs to the family of Piperaceae. It includes pepper and kava and is one of the trees that absorb harmful gases strongly. It is completely appropriate to place on the desk because of its petite and lovely beauty and freshness. The #snakeplant , also known as Sansevieria, is one of the trees whose leaves can absorb harmful radiation from the computers and be grown in pots in the office desk including mosaic, or ceramic pots. Chlorophytumcomosum can be widely known as the #spiderplant , with the other name as airplane plant. It is the kind of succulent that has the ability to absorb the huge pollution, and clean out the harmful gases in the home for a short time. Aloe has the surprising ability to kill micro-organisms in the air, absorb odors, and even refresh the air. In addition, aloe has side benefits to relieve pain, itching, and swelling. Narcissus is a member of plants in the Amaryllidaceae family that mostly lasts in spring. Narcissus flower is also the perfect choice for computer radiation absorption. . Placing a small stone #lotusflower pot on the desk is also one of the optimal options for preventing radiation from emitting. This plant can better absorb radiation emitted from the computer. And whats more fascinating about this is that it doesnt need any complex care as it does not require extreme light or water so you can simply water it once every two days and place everywhere you like. Sources: http://papershreddernews.com/7-plants-to-absorb-radiation-from-computers/ Video: https://youtu.be/CUaLaQ3--eQ . .