The moho it is a fungus, specifically a microorganism that has more than 100,000 different species. All molds are a set of mycelia that appear, depending on the species, in different ways and in different colors such as red, black, blue, green and gray. When it forms moho at home, it is because humidity condenses in a room is not well ventilated and therefore has serious problems with ventilation and insulation of the humidity.
To prevent the moho becomes a serious problem in your home and, above all, for your health, we propose three plants that you can have in your home and that will help you limit the damage.
Against mold, place these indoor plants throughout the house
The moho can cause serious health problems such as asthma, allergies, irritation, inflammation, rashes, and breathing problems. To remedy this problem, you must place these plants throughout the house, even in the bathroom, allowing you to capture the humidity and reduce mold on the walls.
Asparagus or asparagus
The asparagus they are perfect against humidity when placed in the bathroom. This is a perennial plant, it has a very strange shape, it is soft and very bushy. It does very well between 25 ° and 7 °, a few degrees less could kill it. You like filtered and not direct light, perhaps placing it behind a window.
The begonia it is a very colorful and lively plant. Also in this case we have a perennial plant, perfect in all rooms of the house, but you have to be careful not to leave it in the cold and frost. He likes more or less constant temperatures and hates too cold ones. You can place it anywhere, even in the kitchen.
The aspidistra is a plant that will help you absorb all the humidity of your house, it survives even when it is forgotten, so if you do not have much time to take care of plants it is perfect for you. Loves moisture and reflected light.
Inhaled or ingested mold spores produce harmful effects on the health of people, especially the most vulnerable: infants and the elderly, people with asthma and allergies, people with cancer who are receiving chemotherapy treatment, those who have received a transplant organ, and ultimately, all those who for whatever reason have a weakened immune system.
Effects produced by exposure to mold:
Chronic fatigue, fever, or headache
Irritated mucous membranes of the mouth, nose and throat
Sneezing and chronic cough
In severe cases of exposure or cases exacerbated by an allergic reaction, its symptoms can be extreme including nausea, vomiting and bleeding in the lungs and nose.
Eddie is an Australian news reporter with over 9 years in the industry and has published on Forbes and tech crunch.