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Coffee_Beans_111For years, analysts and enthusiasts the globe over have been raving about the health benefits of coffee. It’s a great digestive. It may aid in relaxation. A cup a day keeps drowsiness away. What we’re not often told though, is that coffee grounds also have lots of uses.

It’s so often that we scoop up our grounds and chuck them in the nearest bin, but have you ever noticed that once you’ve thrown the grounds away, the bin doesn’t smell nearly as much? Coffee grounds are a fantastic deodorizer. Put some in an open plastic bag in the back of your fridge, freezer, or even use the grounds in your shoes to kill bad odours.

Sick of buying stinky manure to grow beautiful plants? Try using yesterday’s coffee grounds as a nutrient-rich source of food for your plants. Coffee grounds are high in nitrogen and potassium, which soil usually lacks. Be aware though, you should dry out your coffee grounds or they may get mouldy, and nobody wants mouldy plants. Also, try to use these sparingly on flowering plants as coffee grounds lack phosphorous, which flowing plants need to thrive.

Ladies, you are going to love this one. Mix old coffee grounds with grapeseed oil and you have instant cellulite rub, which you can use all over your body (though not on your face) to slough off dead skin. Don’t forget body cream after you exfoliate!

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