Meghan Kennedy Brind is a passionate health & wellness advocate and the founder of NaturoDetox - a website offering a selection of personally tested and curated products for your mind, body and home as well as a resource for learning more about natural and functional medicine. For Meghan, the road to NaturoDetox was one of necessity - finding no answers from the medical community after experiencing chronic health symptoms, she delved into Naturopathic Medicine - and now she desires to share healing resources with others. She is a mother to her two sweet children and supported by her husband Adam - the bones behind her every endeavour. Meghan is a healer, a lover of nature and animals and a self-described sensitive spirit that can find the world, at times, rather heavy. Keep reading to learn more about Meghan’s personal health journey, inspirational discoveries, and to learn her top tips for your healthiest summer yet!
All of our potions at PURA are formulated with love and care, so you can be the best version of yourself not only on Valentine’s Day, but during every season of the year. Here are PURA’s picks for ‘loving-yourself-up’ this Valentine’s Day and beyond…
At PURA, we are consciously committed to creating a sustainable and beautiful future together. One of the ways we achieve this goal is by partnering with local suppliers to reduce our carbon footprint as well as to promote other local businesses like ourselves. Keep reading to learn more about our local suppliers and how they, too, are contributing to a sustainable future for us all. In PURE we trust.
Holly Baker is a self-made interior design sensation. With her focus on airy, spacious interiors, she draws on inspiration from her hometown in Northern Alberta as well as the deserts and architecture of California. Appearing on HGTV and A&E interior design programs south of the border, Holly's unique style is both accessible and inspiring to many homeowners. In this blog post, she shares her journey as a designer, how she has pivoted during the current pandemic, and how she endeavours to make every home she works on the very best version of itself possible.
When Edmonton native, Megan Lawrence, started sewing she only thought of it as a hobby. Eight years later in 2020, she still had a fabric stash on hand, completely unaware of its impending significance. She started selling handmade face masks out of her home and eventually created a company called Brick House Goods. She recently designed an exclusive face mask in collaboration with PURA Botanicals.