No. They do not remove carbon dioxide (CO2). Almost all air purifiers are designed to capture some combination of particles and toxic gasses, but CO2 can’t be captured by the same filters that capture other gaseous air pollution. Only ventilation removes CO2.
It’s important to at
We have known for thousands of years that not only is smoke unhealthy, there is a lot more of it in cities where more people are cooking and keeping warm. Even Ancient Rome was infamous for its large clouds of noxious industrial pollution. But it
Part of raising your vibration or having good vibes is taking action to reduce stress and promote mindfulness. Controlling stress is linked directly to mental and physical health and there are many ways to manage it.
We all know that stress doesn’t just come in one
On March 17th, 2022, the Biden Administration launched the Clean Air in Buildings Challenge. Spurred by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Federal Government is calling on all building managers public and private to improve indoor air quality. While reducing the spread of viruses is a primary
Molekule is thrilled to announce Indoor Air Day View, an upgrade that activates a robust suite of advanced features for all our Molekule Air Pro purifiers, allowing you to track your air quality trends over the course of a day. When we introduced the Molekule
Everyone loves the welcome relief of a cool breeze on a hot summer day. When you are indoors, you have to rely on fans (or an air conditioner, which we talk about in another post) to create that breeze for you. Fans can increase airflow
Dry air can lead to a host of problems for your health and home. Chapped lips, dry skin, nosebleeds, and increased asthma and allergy symptoms can all be caused by a lack of moisture in the air. Low humidity can also lead to static electricity,
Molekule is happy to announce upgraded firmware for Air Pro that activates carbon dioxide, relative humidity, and VOC monitoring that pairs with an upgraded app that communicates air quality with a single score. Our hope is that this will give the public one more perspective
It happens every year. You finally get cold enough to give in and turn on your heater for the first time. It starts to warm your home, but then you find yourself sniffling and sneezing. You probably think that allergy season should be over, but
The ability to smell is one of the most powerful human senses. Because of the way your brain processes odors, different scents can evoke strong emotions or memories. They can also help you interpret your surroundings.
When you smell something, your brain uses scent cues to