Using daffodils is very beneficial for your garden and the soil that you are using in that garden. Some practices have been using daffodils as medicine, as a way to induce vomiting. Some have even said that daffodils are good at treating cancers and some other diseases, but it is not considered safe to ingest these flowers or their bulbs. In the garden, however, they are useful at catching rain water to be used for the soil when it would otherwise go to waste.
- Daffodil flowers have been used before to induce vomiting but it is risky because people have died due to using the bulbs.
- Daffodils are great to have in your garden because they help catch water and nutrients that come from the rain.
- When daffodils die they add nutrients to the soil and they also spread roots which helps prevent soil erosion.
“Some of the daffodil benefits to medicine may include treatments for Alzheimer’s disease and even cancer.”