Self Care Travel Companions

Practice self care wherever you go with these convenient, travel-sized self-care companions. While our online store prepares to RE-OPEN, take a sneak peek 👁👁 at some of Planting a Practice's very own multifunctional products. Herbal Tea Blend Peppermint Plantain Lip Balm Rosewater Spray Healing Salve Made by yours truly in small batches using top quality … Continue reading Self Care Travel Companions

Iced Turmeric Lemonade

Rebalance your body after the weekend with this hydrating and liver-stimulating elixir inspired by Katie Wells of Wellness Mama. Lemons are an alkalizing powerfood. The combo of Turmeric and Lemon help to soothe the effects of inflammation in the body. Even though lemons taste acidic, they have powerful alkalizing properties in the body - meaning … Continue reading Iced Turmeric Lemonade

Cacao-wa-Bunga “Coffee”

Who doesn't love a fancy drink, especially one that can be served hot or cold and makes you wanna say "cowabunga dude!"?  Cowabunga translated means delight or satisfaction, and that's what you'll get when you sip on this. It tastes...  Similar to the bitterness of coffee but with a mocha flavour from the cacao, sweet … Continue reading Cacao-wa-Bunga “Coffee”

Dandelion Fritters

Dandelion what? Why would I eat dandelions? For one, dandelions are abundant right now, which makes them special to this particular time of year, and secondly... dandelions are amazingly supportive as a skin tonic and liver purifier The bitter flavour in dandelions help to stimulate the liver. Why would you want to stimulate your liver?  Think … Continue reading Dandelion Fritters

The Best Witch is Witch Hazel

If I were stranded on a deserted island, one of the things I'd want with me would be Witch Hazel. This multi-purpose miracle cleanser is high in tannins which reduces inflammation, heals and preserves the skin. Known as the "medicinal marvel with a funny name," it really is the best witch! I use it for … Continue reading The Best Witch is Witch Hazel

Where does Pepper come from?

Black pepper was once known as black gold because of its value. To this day it is the most common used spice (often accompanied with its partner-in-crime, Salt) Native to South India, Vietnam is the world's biggest producer and exporter of pepper. Did you know that pepper's a fruit? Peppercorns grow in drupes (a cluster … Continue reading Where does Pepper come from?