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BuddhiBox Subscription Box Review + Coupon – July 2016

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BuddhiBox is a monthly subscription box for yogis. Every month, they will send you products to enhance your yoga practice and lifestyle. They only partner with businesses that follow ethical and conscious standards of production. Additionally, a portion of all boxes sold goes to benefit a nonprofit. The also offer a quarterly Jewelry box that includes handmade and artisan jewelry and accessories.


This box was sent to us at no cost for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).



The Subscription Box: BuddhiBox

The Cost: $32.95/monthly, $30.95/monthly with a 3-month subscription, $29.95/month with a 6-month subscription, and $27.95/month with a yearly subscription. The quarterly jewelry box is $49.95/quarter or $179/year

COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with coupon code buddhiaddiction

The Products: 4-6 full-size items to enhance yoga practice and lifestyle

Ships to: US for $5 and Canada for $10.99

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The reverse side of the quote card lists the items in each month’s package, along with retail values.



BuddhiBox regularly sends two additional cards every month, a vegan recipe and a pose card. This month’s pose is the Warrior II pose. I can’t actually tell how it’s different from the regular warrior pose, but something will probably sink in soon. The recipe is for Summer Pitaya Bowl. I have no idea what pitaya is! I’m guessing just by the recipe that it’s something like vegan yogurt?


Towel Set with Eco Sack by People Towels– Value $12

I have received People Towels in a BuddhiBox before, and they are actually great for mopping up sweat at yoga! They’re super absorbent. I’m happy to have more.


Cuccio Power Flow Yoga DVD – Value $19.95

I am always happy to get a new yoga routine on DVD or other video media. This is a good one, too. It’s 50 minutes of power flow! Don’t be intimidated, though, they have good beginner options available too.



Cuccio Somatology Yoga Essentials Kit – Value $12.95

This is the third time this month I’ve received this exact same set in a subscription box, but that’s ok. This is a really neat kit! It has three different products in deluxe sample sizes – all designed to help enhance the yoga experience through heightened awareness of your body and environment. It includes a balancing oil, a balancing lotion for dry skin, and a yoga mat cleaner, and they are all nice, lightly scented products.


Cozumel Tassle Bracelets by Kind Market – Value $18

These little bracelets are cute, but I’m kind of on stretchy-beaded-tassle-bracelet overload at the moment. I will find someone at yoga class to pass these on to. Kind Market stands for Kindness and International Need, and it’s a nonprofit dedicated to empowering women in developing countries. That’s awesome!


Shower Sheets by Yuni Beauty – Value $12

I tried one of these out after running around with my kids this weekend, and it pretty much works as expected. The scent is fresh and light, and doesn’t rely on deodorants for a clean smell. I like that they are biodegradable / compostable, too.

Looking at the info card, it appears I was supposed to also get a sample of Transcend All Natural Detox Stix Supplement, but it was not in my box. Bummer! I will say, though, that when I was a BuddhiBox subscriber, I found their customer service exceptional, and I’m sure they would handle a mistake like this quickly and fairly. Mistakes happen!

Verdict: I have been a big fan of BuddhiBox for a long time now, but this box was not too exciting to me because of the repeats I got. It’s totally not BuddhiBox’s fault, though! I do love the new DVD, and I will get a lot of use out of everything else. The value totals around $74, which is awesome for a $38 box!

What do you think of BuddhiBox?

Written by Anna Rodriguez

Anna Rodriguez

Anna has been a fan of subscription boxes since joining Birchbox in 2013, but didn’t become a true addict until discovering subscriptions she could share with her children. Her favorites include Kiwi Crate and Fab Kids.
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  1. I feel like all of the yoga/mindfulness boxes end up carrying at least one of the same items each month. Remember when the Dive In deck showed up all over? It’s like if there is one great thing that comes out, they will all have it..

  2. Pitaya is also called dragon fruit, it makes for very tasty smoothie bowls =D

    • Yum-O! I love dragon fruit on the rare occasion we can get it! Thanks Mandie!

  3. Ah, thanks Ragan. I think I usually go from 1 to 2 or vice versa every time and didn’t know there were sub-names for these poses.

    • I am not a big fan of vinyasa so when I do these poses, they are static. Or I just do kundalini yoga, which is really more my style these days anyway.

  4. Warrior I is with the arms straight up. And then there is Warrior III, which I really can’t do very well because balancing on one leg is hard.

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