Expiring the use of aspirin

  Aspirin, which is often kept in the house, can only be thrown away after it expires? Although expired medicines can’t be eaten, it can also “play the heat” in family life. The American Reader’s Digest magazine summarizes the following magical uses of aspirin.
  1. Remove perspiration. Aspirin contains salicylic acid, which acts like acetic acid in vinegar to remove perspiration. Crush 2 to 3 pieces of aspirin, pour in half a cup of hot water, and mix well. Soak the sweaty clothes in the solution for 2 to 3 hours, then rinse off with water.
  2. Remove egg stains from the clothes. If the raw egg liquid is on the clothes, use a piece of aspirin powder in water and adjust to a paste to spread on the stain, leave it for 30 minutes, then rinse with warm water.
  3. Go to the soles of the feet. Roll 5-6 pieces of aspirin into powder, add half a tablespoon of lemon juice and water to make a paste, apply it to the hard bottom of the sole, wrap it with hot towel and plastic wrap for at least 10 minutes, then remove the towel. Easily remove the hard shackles.
  4. Reduce dandruff. Two pieces of aspirin were ground into a powder and added to the shampoo. When you wash your hair, apply it to your hair for 2 minutes, then wash it off with water, and the dandruff will disappear.
  5. Reduce acne. Salicylic acid can reduce inflammation and swelling, and is a good helper for people who often have acne. Mill 1 piece of aspirin, add a little water to make a paste, then apply a cotton swab to the acne, hold for 5 minutes, and finally wash with soap and water.
  6. Help plants grow. Aspirin can be used as both a rooting agent and a plant fungal disease. However, be careful, if the concentration of aspirin is too high, it will burn the plants. The correct ratio is 0.5 to 1 tablet of aspirin to 1 liter of water.