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Why Jade plant is very popular?

The plant's beautiful, vibrant green leaves symbolize growth and renewal as they resemble jade stones, which are also a symbol of wealth and prosperity. They are so popular because they are easy to maintain and look after - and, of course, the luck they might bring to lives.

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God is Hidden in the Breath

It is not just air coming and going through your lungs. Yoga says the air is just the outer layer of it. Hidden deep in that layer is vitality. So breathing has two parts. One: the body of breathing, made up of oxygen, nitrogen and so on, and, two: the spirit of breathing, made up of vitality, God himself.

 If you simply go on breathing and thinking that this is just air coming in and going out you will never be able to penetrate the mystery of it.

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Inner Truth: Breath

Buddha is reported to have said to his monks: “Sitting, walking, standing, whatsoever you are doing, go on doing these things, but let your consciousness be aware of the breath coming in, going out. Go on
looking at your own breath — one day with the very continuous hammering on the breath, the temple opens.”


The Jade is a very good “house” plant. Besides aesthetics, the Jade plant removes many VOCs, noxious and/or toxic compounds released by our carpets, walls, paints, and adhesives as they cure, and/or decompose.


Beneficial impact on our day to day lives.

Crassula ovata, better known as “jade plant”, “lucky plant” or “money tree”, is an extremely popular, easy-to-care-for-house plant. It is believed to bring wealth and good luck to owners and is often given as housewarming gifts.

In addition to replacing C02 with oxygen 24 hours a day (as if that wasn’t enough), the jade plants’ metabolism allows them to absorb pollutants and heavy metals from the air by releasing them back as harmless byproducts or by trapping them within their plant matter. Thanks, jade!


Tips about care for a Jade Plant?

How to care for your jade plant:

  1. Light: Jade plants love bright, direct light for four or more hours each day. 
  2. Water: In winter, they only need to be watered every three to four weeks, but during the summer and spring, jade plants should be watered often so the soil is moist but not wet.
  3. Potting: Plant in generous-sized containers – at least 30cm diameter – to allow for their shrubby growth.
  4. Soil: Use a well-drained potting mix, or a cactus & succulent mix and fertilise plants once a year in spring, using a slow-release fertiliser suitable for succulent plants.

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Why having them around is a good idea for anyone.

It Improves Indoor Air Quality

Things like wall paints, polishes, glues, and fire retardants emit Volatile Organic Compounds like formaldehyde, acetone, benzene, and toluene inside a house that can be very harmful.


If you want a plant that will keep you free from its maintenance, buy a jade plant. If you’ll save it from low temperatures and cold drafts in winter and avoid overwatering, it’ll grow on for years.

Feng Shui

The Jade plant is believed to attract prosperity and fortune in many Asian countries. In Feng Shui, it’s a symbol of good luck and consistency because it’s an evergreen plant.

Ornamental Value

With glossy, oblong, or round foliage, shining in a deep shade of green, the Jade plant looks appealing. It matches every type of home interior due to its stubby look, resembling a miniature tree.

It Absorbs CO2 in the Night

It provides them the ability to absorb CO2 at night. It’s one of the very few CAM plants that you can grow indoors to raise the quality of the air in dark hours.

It Increases Humidity

Low relative humidity in indoor air can affect your health and beauty. Dry skin, flaky lips, itchy throat, static electricity, cold & flu, and allergies are some of the symptoms. Moreover, infectious bacteria and viruses can survive for long in dry air.

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Jade plants produce a relatively high amount of oxygen. While humans inhale oxygen and exhale C02, plants do the reverse. As previously stated, jade plants don’t rely solely on the sun upon their respiration energy, and they continue to breathe even at night. It means that jade plants produce more oxygen than your average sun-reliant, broad-leafed houseplant.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Aglaonema plant can easily rot so make sure the soil is well-drained and don’t water it too much (especially in winter). Allow the soil to dry in between waterings. As they originate from arid deserts, these plants do well in sandier soils.

As we’ve mentioned, Aglaonema plants are very hardy options that are easy to care for. While they can withstand full sun and handle low light, indirect sunlight is ideal for a snake plant.

Feed your aglaonema with houseplant fertilizer diluted to half strength every four months or so. When your plant’s pot becomes overcrowded, transplant it into a container one size larger with fresh soil.

Mist the leaves regularly using a Mister to raise the humidity, especially during the drier winter months. Your Aglaonema prefers temperatures between 65–75°F.

Re-potting is necessary once a Aglaonema plant outgrows its pot and becomes root-bound, meaning that its roots try to escape out of the drainage holes at the bottom of the pot. Re-pot once the growing season begins in the spring. You typically won’t need to re-pot a Aglaonema plant after its first five years of life.


While the toxicity levels are low, it’s safest to keep pets away from your plant. It can cause excessive salivation, pain, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Being educated on poisonous plants can help you avoid any accidents all the while enjoying your greenery.

Although it is easy to grow, there are still a few problems you may come across. Overwatering and exposure to cold are the key culprits. These hardy plants have few insect problems, however, it can become infested with mealybugs and spider mites. As these pests suck sap from the leaves, they cause small wounds and leaf shedding. You can dab mealybugs with alcohol as a control method. Spider mites can be eliminated by washing the leaves and increasing humidity around the plant.

Avoid using leaf shine product. It may be tempting to use a leaf shine product to give your Snake plant extra-shiny leaves, but leaf shine will clog your Snake plant’s pores (called stomata) and prevent them from absorbing oxygen.

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The gas that this plant removes from where it is produced inside the house, know in detail in this video.

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