Coffee by-products can be used in the garden
Just take your used coffee grounds and put them around the base of plants. Use a garden cultivating fork to spread the coffee grounds a
bit into the soil. Don't put the coffee too deeply into the soil, no
a half inch or so.
You can also just sprinkle used coffee grounds around
the base of your plants. This allows the plants to slowly absorb the
and other nutrients. Don't pile the coffee grounds on too thickly. Use a
thin layer only. Too many will cause water to be unable to penetrate the
While in the shower, vigorously rub coffee grounds on troubled
cellulite spots for a few minutes everyday or a few times a week. Coffee
stimulant and breaks down fat deposits when rubbed on those areas.
Use coffee grounds as a plant fertilizer. Sprinkle the grounds around the base of the plant then dig them in a little. They can
sprinkled directly on your lawn.
>Use dry, used tea bags outdoors for a mosquito repellant (burn in saucer or
Use old tea bags in compost pile to attract worms
Use old tea bags on soil around roses to give them a boost
Use cool, brewed tea to water acid-loving ferns on
The tannin in tea is also said to help cure warts. Press a used teabag onto the area where the wart is, remove it and let the skin dry
naturally. Do this for a few days.
Cold tea will bring a great shine to mirrors and tiles. Wipe and then polish up with a soft cloth.