BuddhiBox is a subscription box that focuses on yoga and healthy living.
Each month you’ll receive 4-6 full sized products to assist in your yoga practice, as well as everyday life. All products are from ethical, socially conscious companies and a portion of all boxes sold is donated to a different non-profit organization every month.
Disclosure: I received this box for review purposes. I was not compensated in any way. All opinions are my own. Post may contain affiliate and/or referral links.
Subscriptions are $30.95/month or less with multi-month commitments. They also offer a smaller box, the BBEO or BuddhiBox Essential Oils, that features 2-3 products including an essential oil. — New subscribers can save 20% on your first month with coupon code “yogaaddict“!
Let’s see what’s in my January 2019 BuddhiBox!
Everything was shipped in a small brown box.
A peek inside!
BuddhiBox packs all of the items into a canvas bag featuring a new yogi-inspired phrase/mantra each month.
An info card included descriptions of each product as well as their retail prices. It also indicated if an item is vegan, organic, and/or cruelty free.
BuddhiBox Evil Eye Pouch ($20)
According to Professor Google, the evil eye is a curse or legend believed to be cast by a malevolent glare, usually given to a person when they are unaware. Many cultures believe that receiving the evil eye will cause misfortune or injury. Talismans created to protect against the evil eye are also frequently called “evil eyes”. This zippered pouch is adorned with an evil eye design in the center and is the perfect size to hold your phone, keys, makeup, and other small essentials.
These cute “Mary Jane style” socks are made of a soft cotton blend and have strong PVC grips on the sole to prevent slippage. They’re great for yoga, barre, pilates, or just lazing around the house. One size fits most.
BuddhiBox Evil Eye Enamel Keychain ($20)
The evil eye returns! — This time in the form of a keychain. The round enamel evil eye pendant has a blue & white color scheme and is paired with a matching blue tassel. Carry it with you to keep bad juju at bay.
Reiki Votive Candle “White Sage” ($5)
If you don’t have actual sage to burn, this white sage scented candle is a nice alternative. It’s made with a blend of essential oils and can be used to invoke the spirits to guide and protect you. I just wish they would have specified what type of wax it’s made with, as I’m a little leery of burning non-soy based candles.
BuddhiBox Black Labradorite Bracelet ($20)
According to the info card, labradorite is a powerful stone that can help expand spiritual awareness while keeping you grounded. Wearing this bracelet can help connect to the spirits of nature as well as provide protection.
This refreshing “Kali” spray was custom made for BuddhiBox subscribers. Named after the Hindu Goddess Kali — known for liberating souls and seen as the divine protector, it’s infused with carnelian & hibiscus essential oil to “destroy the ego, allowing the higher self to enlighten the conscious mind”. To use, simply spritz 2-5 times in an area that needs enhancement.
Vida Tea Samples ($6)
Two samples of “teatox” tea from Vida Tea were included — Daytime Blend and Nighttime Blend. The daytime blend is to be enjoyed in the morning for a natural burst of energy that suppresses cravings, while the nighttime blend activates your digestive system and works while you sleep. Both are organic, non-GMO, and vegan-friendly.
This month’s featured yoga pose was “Virabhadrasana 1” (aka Warrior 1). Full “instructions” were included on the reverse side of the card.
As always, a fun collection of yogi-inspired goodies from BuddhiBox! My favorites this month were the Barre Girl socks, black labradorite bracelet, Savvy Stone Kali spray, and Vida Tea samples. The total value of everything in January’s box was $105! — Thinking about signing up for BuddhiBox yourself? — You can save 20% on your first month with coupon code “yogaaddict“!