It is a well known fact that plants take in Carbon dioxide (Co2) and release Oxygen (O2), which is used by living beings to breathe.

But this process occurs during the day in the presence of sunlight and it is reversed during night time. 

Now, it starts to release CO2 instead of O2 as a result of respiration, that is why it is advised to not keep certain plants in your bedroom as they increase the CO2 level at night. 

But luckily there are a few plants which are able to absorb Co2 and release oxygen during night time as well keeping the oxygen level at good quantity. (Note – The amount of oxygen released is very less compared to day time)

And today I am going to tell you about such plants. 

Plants That Give Oxygen 24 Hours 

These are the best 24 hours oxygen giving plants:

Aloe Vera 

Plants that give oxygen 24 hours

Aloe vera is one of the most grown indoor plants all over the world. Because of its easy to grow nature, low maintenance and immense benefits. 

It is also one of those plants that give oxygen 24 hours

As Aloe vera plant is a succulent, you need to be careful about not overwatering and it will keep itself intact. 

Snake Plants 

24 hour oxygen giving plant

An aesthetic looking plant which is able to produce oxygen at night as well is the Snake plant. 

Snake plant is one of my favorite plants, because of its look and its ability to grow under shade as well.

You don’t need to worry about not getting a lot of sunlight with this plant as it can grow very well under low light conditions. 

Areca Palm – Plants that give oxygen 24 hours

If you are looking for a plant to add in your drawing room or bedroom to give it a tropical look and also a plant that is able to produce oxygen 24 hours

Then you cannot go wrong with Areca Palm. 

This plant just changes the whole interior game to a next level and is also one of those plants which release oxygen at night.

Also read – Best Office Desk Plants in India


Tulsi is considered a holy plant in India, that is why it is worshipped daily by many people. 

But not many people know that this plant is able to release oxygen 24 hours which gives us more reason to have this plant in our house. 

Tulsi leaves are also used for many day to day life purposes. 

You can check this guide on taking care of tulsi plants

Christmas Cactus – 24 hours oxygen giving plant

christmas cactus - flowering succulent

Christmas cactus is an indoor flowering plant that doesn’t need much sunlight to grow.

It produces beautiful flowers in the winters near Christmas that’s why it is named so.

So, if you are looking for an indoor flowering plant that also produces oxygen 24 hours then Christmas cactus is the one for you.

Also check – Indoor flowering plants without sunlight


Gerbera is a beautiful flowering plant that is known to release oxygen during night as well.

During their flowering season, they need to get enough sunlight. 

As this plant doesn’t grow very big, you can keep it in your bedroom or even living room. 

Neem Tree – Plants that give oxygen 24 hours

Neem tree is filled with numerous health benefits and also works as a natural pesticide. 

This tree is also able to release oxygen at night.

But it needs a lot of space, so if you are living in an apartment or short in space this might not be an option for you. 

Peepal Tree 

Peepal tree is yet another tree that is capable of releasing oxygen at night. 

And can grow in the toughest conditions.

I have seen it grow in the cracks of buildings. 

So, if you have some space around your house, you should definitely go for it. 

Money Plant 

Money plant is also a very popular houseplant that can be grown very easily from cuttings and doesn’t require much care.

It grows well under bright indirect sunlight and is a creeper plant that can be guided to your preferred location. 

Money plant also absorbs Co2 and releases oxygen 24 hours.

Final Words

I hope you got the answer to what you were looking for.

These plants will surely help in increasing the oxygen level at night time as well, keeping it at an optimal level 24 hours.

If you have any doubts then make sure to comment below.

Also you can send me your queries on which you want me to write the next article on.

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