The air in the house is filled with toxins, since the things we contact every day contain them - these are chemical detergents, personal hygiene products, air fresheners, etc. go in a more natural way - to purchase indoor plants for air filtration.
In the late 1980s, the NASA space agency was studying ways to detoxify the air inside its space stations. They conducted a study to determine which plants best deal with filtering indoor air and converting carbon dioxide to oxygen. In 1989, NASA published the results of the study and included a complete list of plants that are most effective in purifying the air from toxic components.
Bamboo palm tree
Anthurium Andre ("Lilia Flamingo")
Sansevieria ("Toshina language")
Epipremnum is golden
Rapis High (Whiplike Palm Tree)