Kanna!

Kanna!

Kanna (Sceletium tortuosum), who’s name means “something to chew”, is a succulent from South Africa which has been used by the Khoi & San people for its psychoactive properties for millennia. The Khoi & San people used the plant as a mood...
Parsley!

Parsley!

Parsley (Petroselinum crispin) is a potent herb that you’ll find as a garnish on many meals. In Greece, where the plant hails from, the name translates to “rock-celery” which speaks of this herbs remarkable ability to cleanse the urinary system of...
Lettuce

Lettuce

Lettuce (Lactuca sativa) is a member of the daisy family & was cultivated by Ancient Egyptians as it grew abundantly. The plant is now grown globally & you’ll often find it on your plate as a garnish, but don’t underestimate this leafy green....
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