Cinnamon is an incredible ingredient and a healthy booster that has a lot more uses than just adding flavor to your favorite drinks and desserts.
Actually, those who love cinnamon, would agree that one of the best chilis and grilled meat spice rubs contain cinnamon.
Did you know that cinnamon is perfect for your heart health, brain functions and blood sugar regulation?
Maybe you did, but here’s something only few people know about: you can actually use cinnamon for gardening. It doesn’t make sense right?
Well, even though it sounds completely crazy, cinnamon can help you with growing certain plants.
Something you might never heard of is damping off disease, which is a soil-borne fungus that looks like cotton ant it grows on your seedlings stems. However, infected plants may still germinate, but it’s only a matter of time before they become mushy and die. Here is where cinnamon comes in…
Moreover, cinnamon has anti-fungal properties which makes it a great solution for keeping your plants free of damping off disease.
All you need to do is sprinkle the cinnamon on the soil and this wonderful spice will get to work and protect your plants.