Cinnamon is a super healthy spice and we use it all the time. It’s a sweet spice, which goes well in savory dishes like soups and tagines, and can do wonders on meat and chicken. It also shines in desserts, like churros and cobblers, and is your best friend at breakfast. You can also use it in your beauty routine. It can help out around the house and it may even have some healing properties. some people use cinnamon to speed up the weight loss process, other people use it to improve their sleep. This super healthy spice has many health benefits, and you should use it every day to improve your health in general.
You probably know that cinnamon is extremely useful and beneficial for your health, but did you know you can use cinnamon for gardening? And now you probably ask yourself – how can you possibly use cinnamon for gardening!? Yes, it may sound weird, but you really can use cinnamon to very legitimately help you with growing certain plants.
Let me ask you a simple question – have you ever heard of damping off disease? Well, you’ve never heard of it, but you may have seen it before. Damping off disease is a soil-borne fungus that looks like cotton and it grows on the stems of your seedlings. Note: the infected plants might still germinate however, it’s only a matter of days before they become mushy, limp at the base, and die. It’s really bad. But, you shouldn’t be worried, because we are going to show you how to prevent it – with cinnamon.
First, you should know that cinnamon has anti-fungal properties, which means that it’s a great solution to keeping your plants free of damping off disease. Here’s what you need to do – you just have to sprinkle the cinnamon on the soil (don’t worry if you get some on the leaves) and the wonderful spice will get to work protecting your babies. Just take a look at the video below for all the details and don’t forget to share this amazing trick with your friends and family. Thank You.