Spice Up Your Fall

Everyone is familiar with the world-famous mix of spices known as “Pumpkin Spice,” but these spices are useful in more than just your lattes and pies. Here are some fun and interesting ways to incorporate pumpkin spices into the rest of your fall season. 

Say Bye-Bye To Sore Throats—That’s right, add a teaspoon of the pumpkin spice ingredient nutmeg to warm water and gargle not only to help soothe a sore throat but also soothe a toothache as well. 

Burn Some Spicy Candles—If you’re like me, you not only love the taste of pumpkin spice, but you also love the smell. Pumpkin spice-scented candles are an easy way to make your home feel cozier and more festive during the fall season. 

Stay Clean While Staying Spicy—Candles aren’t the only way to bring the pumpkin spice scent into your home. Pumpkin spice hand soap is a great way to feel festive every time you wash your hands. It’s also the perfect way to fight off the start of flu season!

Sooth Spicy Bug Bites—The bugs come out in full force during fall. But that’s okay. Make a paste by mixing pumpkin spice ingredient cinnamon with honey to soothe almost any mosquito or bug bite. 

Protect Your Garden—Plant the pumpkin spice ingredient cloves around other plants in your garden to ward off bugs and other critters that may like to eat those plants. 

Keep Your Meals Spicy—Try pumpkin spice-flavored everything! Now hear me out on this. Year after year I see new and inventive ways to eat pumpkin spice-flavored foods. At first, it was overwhelming, but soon it became a game of how many differentpumpkin spice flavored foods I could eat before the season was over. 

So go out there and celebrate pumpkin spice season in the best way possible, by finding ways to incorporate it into your life!