Buddhi Box- Curated box for yoga lovers

Buddhi Box was a subscription box created and curated for yoga enthusiasts. Yogis got to try different products that follows ethical and conscious standards.  Most of the products are organic, natural and yes inspires green healthy living.

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Each box comes with 4- 6 full size items along with an information and recipe that will definitely improve your healthy living for $32.95 monthly subscription but you can always get discounts with an annual subscription.  The last Buddhi Box I received was full of interesting products and I especially love the chakra necklace and been using it since then.

This time, the Buddhi Box came in a new packaging. The brown box from before is turned into white box with a mandala design on top.

“Who knows maybe the best hasn’t happened yet.
                                                   Tristan Prettyman”

This quotation comes in a perfect time since I have been feeling low for quite a while. Deciding on different things, making prioritize works for the best and even thinking of giving up on different things. The best hasn’t happened yet and I am always looking forward for it since day one.

Let’s check each of the items inside the box;

buddhi box for january 2016

Happy Cotton Tote by North Detail : $14

Very interesting tote that you can used on your next shopping or grocery stop. I could bring this on my summer travel.

Herbal Zap Herbal Supplement – Digestive and Immune Support – $1

This is an Ayurvedic supplement containing 14 herbal extracts which helps your digestive and immune system. I have mild and heavy pains in my stomach last year and been into endoscopy surgery but it’s a blessing that there is nothing wrong with my stomach.  I have yet to try this one since i am having down moments, my stomach is suffering from what they call stress ulcer.

Hemp Nation Kiwi-Mango Body Wash – $ 4,75

A body wash that is made from 100 % pure hemp seed oil that cleanses and conditions your skin leaving it more smoother, soft and supple. Parabens free, gluten free and yes it’s very organic.

Co-Pur Lavender Lime Body Balm – $15

Blended with Lavender, coconut oil, beeswax, cocoa butter, shea butter and lime oil. This body balm from co-pur is my newest favorite. Smells heavenly, i always favor lavender oils since it enhance my spirits and makes my body relaxes. This is something worth having and yes, i definitely recommend to all my readers to get their products.

Levals’ Anahata bracelet- $21

In Sanskrit, anahata means “unhurt, unstruck, and unbeaten. A great words to live by this 2016. Let us all come strong and have the courage to do accomplish things. Green aventurine inspires creativity and courage , lepidolite enhance self love and rudraksha attracts harmony, health and prosperity, things that we all yearn for.

Insight Editions -Ganesh Journal – $18.95

buddhi box for yoga enthusiasts

This Ganesh Journal is my favorite among the contents in this box. I have always love writing my thoughts and the hand selected Buddha painting and pretty illustrated endpaper can help you relax your mind and write your thoughts.

Every month a portion of Buddhi Box sales goes to a non profit organization. The recent recipient is Second Chance Dog Rescue,  San Diego based non-profit organization dedicated to saving homeless dogs.  Their main mission is to rescue, rehabilitate and re-home dogs, primarily from local shelters, as well as dogs from Baja California, Mexico.

Definitely one thing is for sure, Buddhi Box is a box that gives not just full bliss but also let you become part of an advocacy to help ethical and conscious company and non-profit organization.  Get your very own Buddhi Box for March and the months ahead.  Subscribe Now! NAMASTE!

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Comments

  1. This looks like a great way to be introduced to a variety of products. Pretty cool.

  2. Sounds interesting and healthy. I will send this information to my friends who are a Yoga enthusiast too. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I love that there are so many of these things now. Yoga box, make up box, baby box. I wish there was one for arts and crafts lover.

  4. This box would make a great gift! Love that a portion of sales goes to a non-profit organization!

  5. I’m not into yoga, I would rather just take a walk with my dog. But this box does look like it is jammed packed with good stuff. You don’t have to be into yoga to get it, do you?

  6. Elizabeth O. says:

    Wow! That’s an amazing haul. I was always interested in trying out Yoga but I never pushed through. Everything in that box is worth a try, I am especially curious about the journal and the bracelet, I imagine they should help with meditating.

  7. What a great subscription box. I especially love the bracelet!

  8. I think this is one of the few boxes that offer full size products as the majority of the items. Most are just samples with 1 full size item.

  9. victoria says:

    What a great subscription box. My sister love this for sure

  10. I like when companies donate. It seems that subscription boxes are really good in that area. Glad to hear Buddhi Box is too.

  11. I’m totally loving all the different boxes that are out there. I used to be into yoga and this box would have be awesome to receive.

  12. Sounds like a great subscription box. So many nice things inside, perfect for yoga lovers

  13. I know a friend who loves yoga and another friend who just started yoga sessions. Sharing this info to them 🙂

  14. Namaste! I just arrived from India and this word still rings in my mind….It’s nice to know about the advocacy of this Buddhi Box:)

  15. I love variety boxes. Great way to try new products that I wouldn’t normally try.

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