Triggers for respiratory allergies change throughout the year. February through May is when trees spread their pollen. Grasses take over after that, pollinating from April through September. The final pollen spreaders of the year are the weeds, which are active from August through late November.
Molekule’s primary mission is to clean the air for everyone, which alone makes working at Molekule worth it. But yet another mission of Molekule’s is to provide an inclusive and innovative working environment. As an organization, we are dedicated not just to the users of
Air quality has never been more important. A recent Harvard study estimates that 8 million people died globally in 2018 as a result of fossil fuel pollution - almost 1 in 5 deaths. The EPA, the WHO, and many other organizations and individuals have been
We are so very happy to announce that Molekule Air Mini has received FDA 510(k) clearance as a Class II medical device. After many months of research and interaction with the FDA, Air Mini and Air Mini+ join Molekule Air Pro RX as air purifiers
Smell is fundamental to our experience and linked with a variety of emotional responses. Some smells repel us, while some invite us in. They’re a vital part of our world and our survival strategy. Without smell we become more depressed and, conversely, when we’re depressed
Air Mini is Molekule’s smallest air purifier, rated to cover 250 square feet of space. While it may be small, the Mini is mighty. It features patented PECO technology that can destroy airborne organic material such as infectious pathogens and airborne chemicals. Air Pro is
We’re offering $125 off Molekule Air Pro for Valentine’s day! Just enter LOVEMO at checkout.
Valentine’s day is a great occasion for roses, for cooking a special meal, or just activity-free quality time with that special someone. But flowers come with pollen, cooking comes with fumes,
Globally, indoor and outdoor air pollution are one of the leading risk factors for death. Sources of outdoor air pollution can include fires, cars, or power plants just to name a few. Indoor air pollution can come from cooking, industrial byproducts, mold, or many other
As businesses consider how to open their doors safely during the Covid-19 pandemic, they are looking to minimize the potential for infection in spaces that will be visited by the public every day. Evidence suggests that the virus can remain airborne for hours, so many
We recently had a chance to talk with the Unorthodoc, also known as Dr. Patrice Smith, a Washington DC orthodontist who approaches her practice and her whole life in an unorthodox way. Dr. Smith doesn’t just spend all day making smiles, she is also an