Is jasmine poisonous, can jasmine grow in the bedroom?

Saul Goodman
2020-11-16 11:23:35
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1. Is it toxic & nbsp; & nbsp; & nbsp;

Jasmine is a common flower. Although it gives off a fragrant smell, it is not toxic and does not release harmful gases. These smells will not affect the human body and do not conflict with people's growth and life, so you can rest assured to keep it indoors.Although jasmine is not toxic, but if placed in too closed room, the fragrance will become more intense, leading to human discomfort, but also pay attention to some people will be allergic to pollen, such people are not suitable for raising, may appear allergic symptoms.

In the home maintenance is best placed in a well-ventilated place, such as the living room, balcony, etc., which will make the flower fragrance light, ornamental is also better.At the same time, it should be noted that pregnant women can not contact for a long time, which may affect their health.

2. can you raise it in the bedroom

Although jasmine can be kept indoors, it should not be kept in the bedroom.Bedroom is a place to rest, the space is not very large, relatively closed, in this environment, the fragrance of jasmine will become very strong, will affect people's sleep conditions, leading to people's spirit becomes bad.It may also attract mosquito bites, affecting people's lives, so it is not recommended to keep in the bedroom, if you want to keep, the number of flower pots can not be too much, pay attention to good ventilation.


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