Planting a Practice of Self Care
Natural Healing and Holistic Alchemy
We are more than our natural healing products. We are planting the seeds of self care by practicing small sustainable habits. Owner and creator Cassandra Stuart practices what she calls personal sustainability; taking care of herself in a way that works for her using available resources. She’s on a dedicated path to wellness and becoming an expert of her own body. Cassandra hopes to inspire others to get to know, love and trust their bodies as much as she does.
Our natural self care products are handmade in Georgina, Ontario by owner and creator Cassandra Stuart. She uses simple ingredients that are so pure you could eat them (after all, that’s what your skin will be doing.) They are multipurpose and safe for babies, pets and adults alike.
Each product contains healing properties from plants grown in Cassandra’s garden, harvested from the wild or sourced from trusted suppliers who’s values are in alignment with her own.
The body has the ability to heal naturally if we slow down to listen and let it. Getting to the root cause is what Cassandra’s all about. Plants help us do this. They are an antidote to stress and inspire and gentler, more grounded pace.
With Mother Nature as our ally, we are Planting a Practice of self care.™
Holistic means honouring the whole body and it’s interconnected systems. Alchemy is the process of turning something into something else. In this case, Cassandra harvests plants and turns them into medicine either through infused oils, tinctures, or steam distillation.
Cassandra Stuart is on a dedicated path to becoming an expert of her own body! Her intentions are simple; to share how transitioning to a more natural lifestyle has impacted her mental health, pregnancy and young motherhood.
She communes with plants and harnesses their healing powers in the most natural ways. For her, plants are an antidote to stress and inspires a gentler, more grounded pace. She calls this personal sustainability.
Cassandra lives in Georgina, Ontario near the shores of Lake Simcoe with her husband, daughter, dog and cat.
Before deciding, make sure you eat, sleep, hydrate and pee first
Ask for help
Breathe low, go slow
You don't have to be sick to take a sick day
Do simple better
What you put on, in and around your body matters
Gut health = overall health
When in doubt take a bath
Speak kindly, especially to yourself
Call your mother back