Traditional Holiday Practices Just Got a Little Moldier
Nicole Billard | December 3, 2007 at 04:18 pmby
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Now, with the world finally taking a look into trends, habits and cultural effects on the environment, I still feel good about getting a real tree, and have made sure that I get a farmed tree with the procedes going to a worthwhile cause. (See the details of why a real, farmed, natural tree is better for everyone here.)
Be advised, however that there is a reason to consider curling up in front of a fire or some LED lights on your ficus. Natural Christmas trees will increase the mold spores in your house for the period of time they are there. Once you remove it, and the needles, your air quality will go back to normal. (see story here)
I for one will be buying some Benedrill and enjoying the double dose of Holiday traditions, as usual.
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