I'm a hoarder scavenger in all areas of my life not just my business. I am not bad enough to be on a tv show but I do have a problem throwing out anything that could be of use or getting rid of anything (donating) anything that has the slightest sentimental value. So recently I realized I'd amassed quite a collection of vitamins that I had either purchased for myself and not taken or taken from my parents house when they moved out. I don't take vitamins anymore I try to get them from food. Regardless I had stopped taking the huge chalky calcium for a reason. They're hard to swallow! So I was trying to figure out what to do with these numerous bottles without just throwing them in the garbage. It's amazing what one thinks of when you put your mind to it. I wondered if I could give them to my plants! I googled it and sure enough you can use vitamins to feed your plants. So far I've just started using up the calcium. I throw a couple in a a jug of water and let them dissolve and then water my outdoor plants. I read that the plants will only use as much calcium as they need so it's okay for them to have more than they need in the soil (I'm no expert but I read that). So I'm happily making use of something that a lot of people would have chucked in the garbage. When the bottles are empty I'm saving those because people buy empty medicine bottles on ebay! See sold. Do you buy vitamins and then not take them?? Why do people do that? I've done it a million times.