This Is Why You Should Sprinkle Cinnamon On Your Garden

Cinnamon is one of the oldest, most used spices in all the world. Due to its aroma and flavor, it’s widely used in the kitchen, but now we also know that it has several different health benefits. 

Cinnamon is rich in antioxidants, has anti-inflammatory properties, reduces the risk of heart diseases, increases our sensitivity to insulin, lowers our blood sugar, and prevents cancer. 

But did you know that this spice is also great for plants?

Cinnamon contains an active compound that can protect your plants from fungi.

So, if you like growing plants, cinnamon can be a great ally.

Here are some more of cinnamon’s benefits for plants:

It helps your plants grow
It keeps ants away
It repairs damaged leaves
It keeps mosquitoes away

Try using cinnamon in your garden and tell us how it goes. It's great because it doesn't have any health risks for us, our plants, or our planet!


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