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 March 2020 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.
Gogh Jewelry Design Lotus Charm Necklace ($29)
This handmade pendant necklace features a 1/2 inch silver lotus flower positioned between a round light green bead on the left and clear bead on the right. The lotus flower is regarded in many different cultures, especially in eastern religions, as a symbol of purity, enlightenment, self-regeneration and rebirth. The necklace is 16 inches in length and features a lobster claw style closure.
Zen and Meow Flower of Life Etched Palo Santo ($7)
Palo Santo sticks can be used to conjure up well-being and creativity while meditating — or simply to invoke a safe, warm environment. With a clear mind and good intentions, use a match or lighter to ignite your stick of Palo Santo. Then hold at about a 45-degree angle pointing the tip down toward the flame and allow it to burn for about 30-60 seconds and then blow out. With your lit palo santo stick, walk around your workspace, home, car, bathroom or anywhere you would like to uplift the energy. This particular stick has been engraved with the flower of life pattern, making it extra special (and pretty!).
Opagee Purify Cleansing Oil Blend ($12)
My husband and I use a diffuser in our bedroom every night, so I’m always happy to add new oils to our collection. “Purify” is a 100% natural/vegan-friendly blend of eucalyptus, rosemary, tea tree, peppermint, lemon, ginger, and pine needle.
Selenite Wand ($18)
Crafted from white selenite (a powerful physical, mental, and spiritual healer), this wand can be used for both massage and acupressure. Its pointed end directs and focuses energies, while the rounded end is used to spread those energies. I’ve received these wands in other boxes, but this is by far the largest one yet.
Rael Natural Feminine Wipes ($4)
With the current toilet paper shortage (hoarding) situation going on out there, these wipes are quite a welcome item. 😉 They’re formulated with natural botanical extracts and are pH-balanced & gentle enough for the most sensitive skin. They’re also both flushable and biodegradable.
March’s BuddhiBox included a nice assortment of practical items to use in and out of your yoga practice. My favorites were the lotus necklace, essential oil blend, and feminine wipes. The total listed value of everything in March’s box was $70! — Thinking about signing up for BuddhiBox yourself? — You can save 20% on your first month with coupon code “yogaaddict“!
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