1. Snake Plant
Sansevieria trifasciata, or snake plant, has become a popular indoor plant because of its low maintenance requirements. Not only it’s one of the positive energy plants due to its vibrant color and cheerful vibe it emits, but it’s also one of the healthiest plants as well. It absorbs VOCs and particulate matter from the environment.
Calatheas or Peacock plants is a genus of the Marantaceae family, native to South America. The colorful foliage of the plant makes it an excellent source for household decoration. It also purifies the air to facilitate a better indoor environment. One great thing about the plant is that it closes its leaves at night and opens them in the morning.
3. Jade Plant
Crassula Ovata or jade plant is a succulent plant with delicate white or pink flowers. The plant, like any other succulent, requires less maintenance. The Feng Shui and Vastu admirers give it a lot of importance because it can calm the environment and invites fortune and prosperity, which is why it’s also called ‘Money plant or Dollar plant.’ It can also be a remedy for nausea, diarrhea and even lowers the stress level.
4. Golden Pothos
When talking about maintenance, it’s probably the best to maintain. It’s hard to kill and can survive in a dark spot. It can potentially eliminate BTX chemicals from the indoor environment.
5. Peace Lily
Spathiphyllum, aka Peace lily, is an excellent source of positive energy for the surrounding. According to Feng Shui, it symbolizes peace and tranquility. It can also grow well in low-light locations such as a bedroom or toilet. It’s an air-purifying plant.