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What special content can I expect by registering?

By registering your Living House plant, you get access to special features that will allow you to calculate your Breathe Better Score, and earn special badges/rewards that you can share with family and friends!

What's a "Breathe Better™ Score" and what does it mean?

We've developed a unique algorithm based on various scientific studies that provides a general calculation of the recommended number of plants to help purify the air in your home or office space. Our algorithm is unique in that it factors in that certain types of plants have been shown to have special abilities or "super powers" to remove specific VOC's (Volatile Organic Compounds) from the air.

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What are VOC's and what's bad about them?

According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NIH), VOC's (Volatile Organic Compounds) are compounds that easily become vapors or gases. VOC's are released from burning fuel such as gasoline, wood, coal, or natural gas. They are also released by many common consumer products, such as: building materials and furnishings, cleaners and disinfectants, air fresheners, cigarettes, glues, adhesives, solvents, paints and thinners, hobby and craft supplies, wood preservatives, and copy machines and printers.

VOC's can enter the body through both inhalation (breathing) and skin contact, and can pose a variety of range short and long term health risks, including irritation of eyes and respiratory tract, headaches, dizziness, nausea, memory problems, damage to the liver, kidneys and central nervous system, and even cancer.

VOCs and whats bad about them

How do plants help purify the air?

Plants can help purify the air in a variety of ways, by intaking CO² and VOC's through the stomata (tiny openings in the leaves), and microbial activity in the rhizosphere (the zone of soil surrounding and biologically/chemically altered by plant roots).

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Where do I find my registration code?

The plant registration code consists of a few letters followed by a dash and an alphanumeric code (eg: ABC-0X0X0X0X0). It can be found on the plant care tag that comes with select plants from our Living House collections.

How do plants help purify the air