2. Aspirin for the Garden.
Who would have ever thought to use aspirin in the garden? The same acid that is used for dandruff is also a great option for adding acidity to the soil, which is important for certain fruits and vegetables that thrive off acidic environments. Consider grinding some aspirin into a fine powder and spread it over your garden to help it grow and to help fight off mold and other damaging compounds. You can water the soil after the aspirin is spread over the soil or you can allow rain water or the drip system to water the plants loaded with aspirin.