Non-Toxic Travel Tips

  • I suggest eating a filling, healthy and plant-based meal before leaving for the airport. If your travel time is long, pack some nuts and dried fruit in a silicone bag and place in your small carry-on, in case you get hungry traveling. I do not eat on airplanes. I always eat a healthy and plant-based meal when I arrive at my hotel (and drink 2 glasses of water).
  • I like to buy a large bottle of water per person after getting through security. I make sure to drink the entire bottle during the flight.
  • I bag together (using large reusable silicone bags) healthy supplements and nontoxic toiletries. I recommend a backpack or tote to hold all supplements and toiletries. You will most likely have to remove the silicone bags (or plastic bags) and place them on the security belt at the airport. Make sure they are easily accessible.
  •  Traveling with the below list of healthy supplements and toiletries has made traveling great for me and my husband:

Healthy Supplements:

  • Algae I add chlorella, spirulina or blue majik to a glass of water in the morning. I take algae every day when I travel. And I take an extra dose directly after flying.
  • Triphala consists of 3 dried fruits. Triphala acts as a natural laxative and colon supporter. Taking 1/8 tsp of powder followed by a cup of warm water or tea keeps us regular on vacation. We take this every night or morning on vacations.
  • Collagen Peptides I add it to my coffee or tea while on vacation, at least 1 scoop everyday.
  • Mushroom powder to add to coffee every mooring. Chaga, cordyceps, reishi and lions mane are my favorites.
  • Teas I bring include dandelion tea, ginger tea and chamomile tea. Drinking tea in the morning and at night is something my Hubby and I try to do on vacation.
  • Charcoal I bring this in case we get a sunburn. I add the charcoal to a bath with coconut oil and manuka honey and it soothes any sunburn immediately.

Non-toxic toiletries for me and Hubby (remember everything must be 3.4 oz or less. There are great reusable containers available at The Package Free Shop):

  • Deodorant
  • Toothpaste
  • Toothbrush
  • Floss
  • Boars hair brush, comb and dry brush
  • Dr. Bronners soap (for laundry, hand and body washing purposes)
  • Hairprint shampoo and conditioner
  • Manuka Honey
  • Coconut oil
  • Charcoal, manuka honey and coconut oil mixed together (to put in a bath after getting a sunburn, or to put on any sort of minor bite, sting or rash).
  • Makeup: mascara, blush, lipstick and sometimes eyeliner
  • Sunscreen
  • Nail polish (if I am wearing it).
  • Dr. Sturm hyaluronic serum, brightening serum, glow drops and sometimes Vitner’s Daughter Serum.
  • Dead salt or Himalayan sea salt to add to the bath. I take a bath every day on vacation. I add 1-4 cups to warm/hot running bath.

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