Dangerous for health: 5 indoor plants that are better not to buy

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Hazardous to health: 5 room Plants you shouldn't buy

Some indoor plants can make not only pets, but also people feel worse.

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Indoor plants are designed not only to decorate a house or apartment, making housing more comfortable, but also to purify the air and energy, giving the owners comfort. However, there are flowers that are better not to start, because they suck energy from the house, and their health from the owners. This turns into fatigue, loss of strength, quarrels and failures. Is this really so, it has not been scientifically proven, but there is a list of indoor plants that are considered real vampires that steal the health of households

Bonsai

A beautiful and miniature plant, having the shape and branches of a mature tree, looks very rich and status, but stands like an airplane wing. However, despite the visual appeal, bonsai are not as safe as it seems. People who have an increased sensitivity of the body or a predisposition to allergies may react negatively to the plant. In addition, care must be taken when watering or pruning a tree. According to Allergy&Air, touching this houseplant, ending in skin piercing, can cause a severe rash.

Poinsettia (Euphorus most beautiful)

On Christmas Eve, many people buy this plant, which looks very impressive in the New Year's interior. It is also called the “Christmas star” because of the shape and color of the leaves. However, it is worth remembering that if poinsettia juice gets on human skin, a rash will appear, and if a cat or dog eats the plant, they may experience vomiting, diarrhea and skin irritation.

English ivy

< p>This plant is one of the most popular in the homes of Ukrainians, because it is unpretentious and outwardly looks very beautiful, thanks to the dark showy leaves. However, in some people, this plant can cause an allergic skin reaction resulting in itching, rashes, or blisters. Ivy is often used in decor or allowed to entwine part of a house or fence in a garden. You do not need to do this if domestic cats or dogs live in the house or in the yard. If an animal swallows a leaf, it can lead to breathing problems, paralysis or even coma.

Hazardous to health: 5 room plants to avoid

Hazardous to your health: 5 houseplants you shouldn't buy

Caladium

Tropical Caladium, also known as Elephant's Ear, – one of the most toxic plants for cats and dogs. If swallowed, it can cause severe swelling, burning in the mouth, vomiting.

Oleander

Oleander is one of the most beautiful indoor plants with interesting leaves and no less luxurious flowers, which, depending on from the variety, have their own color. But this plant is as dangerous as it is beautiful. According to the Canadian Biodiversity Information Center, the bush is incredibly toxic, and even a single leaf can have a deadly effect. In fact, people have even died in the past if they used oleander branches as skewers.

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