It seems as though it’s practically impossible to avoid daily news stories that can ruin your mood, to avoid stress and live at your max peace potential. It may not be easy to keep cool in today’s society but we have some ways that can help. The findings in a study from the Journal of Physiological Anthropology revealed that interacting with indoor plants may reduce psychological and physiological stress.We have the top three plants to keep in your home that will help you keep a level head.


Peace Lily


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The peace is in its name! The peace lily’s beauty alone is known to bring peace and calmness to its spectators.
It also filters out as much as 60% of harmful airborne pollutants and can also absorb excess moisture from humid environments, fighting against mildew and mold.



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Lavender is known for its aromatherapeutic qualities. Its calming smell is proven to reducing stress and anxiety. 

The plant also helps with physical problems like headaches and nausea. Additionally, it’s used as a remedy for restlessness and insomnia. 

Lavender is not typically an indoor plant, but varieties such as French Lavender can be kept indoors to fill your home with that it’s peaceful scent.




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Chamomile has been used as an old school remedy for many ailments. You haven’t lived if your mammy didn’t make you drink chamomile tea and lay down when you had a tummy ache.  The super plant has been used to treat inflammation, high blood sugar, insomnia, muscle spasms and  more.

The fragrance from the flowers also offers similar benefits which makes this beautiful white and yellow arrangement an ideal indoor plant. Its natural antibacterial and antifungal properties fights diseases and mold. If placed close to your other indoor plants, it can affect their health as well.

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