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BuddhiBox Essential Oil Box Review + Coupon – March 2017

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BuddhiBox has had a subscription box for yoga and meditation for years now, but they recently launched BudddhiBox Essential Oils, a monthly aromatherapy/meditation subscription. Every month, subscribers receive various essential oils and crystals, that support a specific guided meditation, also included.

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

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The Subscription Box: BudddhiBox Essential Oils

The Cost: $15.95 a month

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

The Products: “One essential oil roll-on, a deluxe essential oil sample, a crystal, and a guided meditation valued at $40+ each shipment” (from their website)

Ships to: U.S. for free, Canada for $9.99

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This is the information card that was included, detailing the package contents and providing a great quote from Don Miguel Ruiz. It looks like the products sent this month will support the throat chakra!

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In addition to the info card, I also received promotional cards for The Elephant Pants and FitSnack, a healthy snacks and fitness subscription box.

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On the back of the FitSnack card, there’s also a cardio challenge, which I thought was a great inclusion.

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Blue Kyanite Crystal – Listed Value $10

I’m pretty excited this month’s theme is focused on the throat chakra because this is an area of my body I need a lot of help with! I don’t have much experience with crystals, but am open to learning more about different types and how to use them effectively. According to the BuddhiBox info card, Kyanite is a “high vibration stone with strong crystal energy [that] will open the throat chakra, creating better communication and self expression.”

The stone itself is a beautiful mix blues and smooth and rough textures. It is great to hold during mediation and I will use this as I continue working on opening my throat chakra.

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Quintessentials Vishuddha Essential Oil Blend – Listed Value $30

Next up is this roll-on essential oil. I use various essential oils daily and this is another great one to add to my arsenal, specific to the throat chakra. This particular blend consists of organic ravensara, rosemary, peppermint, juniper, eucalyptus, tea tree, sage, and organic sunflower. You can definitely spell the peppermint, eucalyptus (two of my favorites!), along with the tea tree oil. I rolled the oil on my throat, and found it to be lightweight, with a nice lingering scent.

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HaraHealing Detox Body Scrub – Listed Value $6

This month, BuddhiBox sent this lavender detox body scrub from HaraHealing. It is made with Himalayan pink salt, sea salt, oatmeal, brown sugar, and various oils. I didn’t smell lavender, but you can see it! The grit is very fine so when using it, I didn’t feel like there was harsh exfoliation, despite the various textures. This sample is pretty small, so I was only able to use it a few times, but do think it left my skin much softer and refreshed.

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The Dreaming Yogi Meditation – Listed Value $10

I noticed in Anna’s previous BuddhiBox Essential Oil Box reviews, that a card was provided with a URL to find the month’s mediation. A similar card was not included in my box, so we will see next month if BuddhiBox is instead relying on the info card to provide info about the meditation. The image above is a screenshot from the Dreaming Yogi’s website.

This month’s guided mediation is created by Meli – The Dreaming Yogi. After subscribing to her mediation, you are taken to a Meli’s Youtube channel, which I am really excited about. Yes, I regularly go to mediation classes, but I quickly forget what I’m taught and this resource is great for in between sessions!

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Herbal Zap!, 2 – 0.14 oz. packets – Bonus

As a bonus, BuddhiBox sent two packets of the Digestive Cool & Calm dissolving supplement from Herbal Zap! I have a tendency to steer away from supplements that dissolve (mostly because of the taste). I didn’t care for the smell and don’t have a real use for these at the moment, so will pass them along.

Verdict: This is my first month getting BuddhiBox Essential Oils and I am beyond happy! For $15.95, I received $56 worth of products and resources that encourage healthy living and specifically balance the throat chakra. There is a lot of value here, especially if you are looking for a holistic or more natural approach to your health, enjoy yoga and meditation, and/or are looking to learn how to apply these approaches to your daily life.

What do you think of BudddhiBox Essential Oils?

Written by Sara McClelland

Sara McClelland

Sara received a gift subscription to Birchbox in 2013 and has been intrigued by (ok, obsessed with) discovery and fashion boxes ever since. Her basset hound, Oliver, is a huge fan of Barkbox, too.

All views in this review are the opinion of the author. My Subscription Addiction will never accept payment in exchange for a review, but will accept a box at no cost to provide honest opinions on the box. This post may contain affiliate/referral links. Read the complete My Subscription Addiction disclosure.

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