Since moss is colonised by bacteria that subsists on the decomposition of organic substances, it can effectively reduce airborne dust.
Airborne dust can contain a variety of potentially dangerous contaminants such as aerosols from cleaners, smoke particles, chemical dust, moulds, and fumes.
When people inhale airborne dust, they’re put at risk for dust-related diseases like asthma, allergic alveolitis.
Introducing moss into a room helps you to exercise more control over airborne dust. The soluble inorganic components of the airborne dust are absorbed and metabolized, effectively eliminated from the air.