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Plants are the lungs of the earth. This revolutionary guide, based on 25 years of research by NASA, shows how common houseplants can combat sick building syndrome and cleanse the home or office of common pollutants. Color photos & llustrations. Online promo.
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ISBN-10:  0140262431
ISBN-13:  978-0140262438
Author:  B. C. Wolverton
Genre:  Professional & Technical, Home & Garden, Health, Mind & Body
Publisher:  Penguin
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review by . August 03, 2010
posted in Green Living
"How to Grow Fresh Air" is a nonfiction book about plants' ability to remove common office and household toxins from our indoor air. The book had two parts: 31 pages on how plants purify the air and what the research said about which plants are best at removing common air pollutants; and 100 pages with details about the 50 house plants.    The first part discussed indoor air pollution and the health problems caused by it (with a chart showing what sources--like carpeting, paint, …
review by . March 19, 2007
I used this invaluable book as a resource and reference in my book, Harmonious Environment: Beautify, Detoxify & Energize Your Life, Your Home & Your Planet because it proves that plants remove toxic chemicals in the home.      Bill Wolverton, Ph.D., of Wolverton Environmental Services in Mississippi, spent the past twenty-five years researching the healthful benefits of plants. He names fifty best houseplants to clean up your environment. They are listed in descending …
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