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Why Rubber plant is very popular?

Rubber plant is a handsome houseplant. Its broadly oval leaves are glossy, richly colored, and give the plant an approachable friendliness that’s hard to explain. The stems are strong and upright, and at the top of each branch, new leaves emerge wrapped in a colorful sheath that drops away as the foliage unrolls. 

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.”


In particular, the rubber plant can remove trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, carbon monoxide, and benzene from the atmosphere.

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Beneficial impact on our day to day lives.

Rubber Plant: This excellent low-care indoor plant is famous for removing toxins that contribute to “the sick building syndrome” a collection of symptoms that include headache, dizziness, respiratory problems, allergies, asthma, and other issues connected to chronic exposure to indoor air pollutants. The plant requires minimal water, light, and care while performing its best to improve the indoor environment.

Tips about care for a Rubber plant?

Rubber plant care and  growing requirements :

Sunlight : Place the plant on a bright and well-lit spot that receives indirect or morning sunlight. Avoid direct sunlight, especially in the afternoon sun. Otherwise, the leaves will eventually fall off.

Soil : Use well-drained quality potting mix and a container with proper drainage.

Water : Apply moderately, whenever the top one-inch of soil feels dry. Provide sufficient drainage to plant and avoid excess watering as it may cause root rot.

Humidity : Rubber plant prefers moderately cool, moist and humid air. For humidity, you can use a humidifier or set it on a tray with pebbles and water.

Pests : The rubber plant is resistant to pests and diseases. However, if grown in poor conditions and low light,  pests like spider mites and mealybugs cause a problem.

To treat the pest problems, as soon as you notice the insects on your Rubber Plant, spray the entire plant with insecticidal soap or Neem oil, making sure to get both sides of the leaves. 


  • Wipe and clean the leaves with a damp sponge once in a week.
  • Avoid over-watering or misting of leaves with very cold water as rubber plant loses its leaves due to over watering or when sprayed with cold water. 

Situate your ZZ in low to bright indirect light, and water when fully dry. Generally, you can even forget a watering…or three…and it will still thrive. ZZ is also very resistant to diseases and insects. If your plant’s branches intrude into your space and get in the way, simply prune them away.

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Why having them around is a good idea for anyone.

Oxygen Production

Like other plants, the intake of carbon dioxide and subsequent release of oxygen is a natural part of a rubber tree’s metabolic processes. Rubber trees, however, produce more oxygen than other plants and more efficiently replenish your indoor air environment.

Removes Pollutants

Indoor air pollution is a severe threat to human health, mainly because, in this era of urbanization, we spend most of our time indoors. One of the Rubber Plant Benefits is enhancing the severely compromised, indoor air quality.

Therapeutic Value

Caring for all plants, especially low-maintenance plants the care of which won’t induce stress, is incredibly beneficial to emotional and mental health. In fact, plant care now boasts its own branch of therapy called horticultural therapy. Caring for plants can reduce stress and anxiety.

It Has Traditional Medicinal Uses

The roots of ZZ plants are rich in steroids, triterpenoids, flavonoids, and polyphenolics. The extract is also a source of antioxidants and the juice is used to treat earache in Tanzania.

Improves Cognitive Function

Cognitive function includes numerous abilities of human brain functions such as learning, thinking, reasoning, attention, problem-solving, and decision making. particularly a plant-like Rubber plant that enhances air quality is known to enhance cognitive function.

Use in Feng Shui

According to feng shui, rubber trees should be placed in the wealth (southeast or back left) and career (north or front center) corner of your home’s Bagua map to attract good luck and abundance to these areas.

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Frequently Asked Questions


These plants require more water during their growing season in the summer. You should keep the soil moist, but not drowning. You should also wipe the leaves down with a damp cloth to keep them moist and to help your plant absorb more sunlight. Misting is another option if you don’t want to wipe down every leaf. Keep your rubber plant in well-draining soil at all times to combat root rot.

Rubber plants prefer bright, indirect light that isn’t too hot. Direct sunlight can result in scorched leaves. You can keep your rubber plant near a window with a sheer curtain to give it just the right amount of sunlight. The more variegated varieties need more light to help bring out their colors, so make sure they especially get enough bright light.

Rubber PLant can thrive without fertilizer, but they’re slow growers, so using fertilizer will accelerate growth. Use a diluted liquid houseplant fertilizer once a month after watering, but only during the growing season (typically April through August).

Rubber plants generally prefer temperatures between 60°F to 75°F. In the winter, they can survive in temperatures as low as 50°F. Just like with water and sun needs, a good balance of temperature is ideal for this plant’s growth. It prefers moist and humid air due to its tropical origin, but can survive in less humid temperatures. Rubber plants are sensitive to temperature changes and prefer to live in areas with consistent humidity and temperature.


A rubber plant’s sap can cause skin irritation for some people. Make sure to wash your hands thoroughly after handling your plant, especially if you come in contact with the sap. Consuming this plant can cause mild tummy trouble or more severe symptoms like diarrhea or vomiting depending on how much is consumed.

Mealy bugs, mites, scales and aphids are a few common bugs that can find a home in your rubber plant. If caught early, you can remove these bugs by wiping them with a warm soap and water solution or an insecticidal soap.

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

Rubber plants are mostly susceptible to plant diseases associated with overwatering. Like we mentioned before, you should let your plant’s soil dry out between waterings to avoid drowning your plant.

Point to be noted

Plant Essentials

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

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