5 Popular Indoor Plants to Avoid Like the Plague

Analysis by Dr. Karen Shaw Becker

toxic plants for dogs and cats

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  • Indoor plants not only brighten the décor in your home, but they also improve the quality of the air you breathe by cleaning airborne toxins, increasing the oxygen level and adding moisture to the air

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