ZZ Plant | Breath Pure


Why ZZ plant is very popular?

ZZ plant, with its wide, attractive, dark green leaves, boasts many favorable traits for offices and homes. ZZ plant tolerates neglect, is drought tolerant, and accepts low-light conditions without throwing a fit. Its waxy, smooth leaves reflect sunlight and brighten rooms. ZZ usually grows slowly to a height and width of two to three feet so it is not a plant monster that outgrows containers quickly.

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.”


ZZ plant also is an air purifier and in a NASA study, researchers found it is specifically adept at removing copious amounts of toxins such as xylenetoluene, and benzene from the air.


Beneficial impact on our day to day lives.

ZZ 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 ZZ plant?

Care of ZZ is simple, The ZZ plant luckily doesn’t need any special type of potting soil: any well-drained potting soil will do. As for feeding it, apply a balanced liquid houseplant fertilizer once a month when watering.
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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It’s a CAM Plant

ZZ plant follows Crassulacean Acid Metabolism; it can consume CO2 even when the sun is down thanks to the capability to perform a particular type of photosynthesis. This attribute makes them perfect for bedrooms!

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 ZZ Plant Benefits is enhancing the severely compromised, indoor air quality.

It is an Amazing Tabletop plant!

ZZ Plant Benefits are many and this makes it win the most votes when it comes to office table plant choices. It can be a wonderful tabletop plant in the early stages of growth. You can also use it as a large houseplant to make a bold statement in your rooms!

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 ZZ plant that enhances air quality is known to enhance cognitive function.

A Great Feng Shui Option!

ZZ plant is an excellent feng shui plant to grow indoors. When placed in the right spot like the Southeastern, Southern, and Eastern corners of homes, it helps in bringing protective and purifying energy to your house.

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ZZ plant is the quiet hero of nearly any Instagram-worthy houseplant collection, the stalwart soldier in the corner of the photo frame as you scroll through thousands of images of #houseplantsofinstagram and #crazyplantlady foliage.

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Frequently Asked Questions


A ZZ plant’s rhizomes store water, causing it drought-tolerant. Overwatering is more of a problem than underwatering, and it can lead to yellowing leaves and root rot. In most growing conditions, you’ll only need to water ZZ plants once every couple of weeks (potentially more if your plant is in bright light and a hotter climate).

ZZ plants are great indoor plants because they tolerate low light conditions, but they grow faster in bright indirect light. They also thrive under fluorescent lights, making them a popular plant choice for office buildings. To prevent scorched leaves, avoid placing ZZ plants in direct sunlight.

ZZ plants 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).

ZZ plants grow best between 60 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit in an environment with average humidity. Keep your ZZ plant out of temperatures below 45 degrees Fahrenheit, and consider placing it near a humidifier if your air is on the dry side, particular in winter.

Re-potting is necessary once a ZZ 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 ZZ plant after its first five years of life.


Keep ZZ plants out of reach of children and pets. ZZ plants contain calcium oxalate, which is toxic when ingested and may cause painful intestinal issues. Those with sensitive skin may also experience skin irritation from touching ZZ plant leaves, so be careful when handling, and wash your hands after making any contact with your plant’s leaves.

Aphid infestations are more likely to occur if your ZZ plant is outside during warmer months. Aphids cause ZZ plant leaves to form yellow spots covered in a sticky substance. To rid your plant of aphids, spray them away with a strong spray from a garden hose, and cut off any diseased leaves. 

Avoid using leaf shine product. It may be tempting to use a leaf shine product to give your ZZ plant extra-shiny leaves, but leaf shine will clog your ZZ 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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