BuddhiBox Jewelry Subscription Review + Coupon – August 2017
BuddhiBox was one of the first yoga lifestyle subscription boxes, and for some time now they have also been offering a yoga-inspired jewelry subscription. BuddhiBox Jewelry ships quarterly and is filled with even more of the great jewelry they sometimes include in their lifestyle box!
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The Subscription Box: BuddhiBox Jewelry
The Cost: $49.95 per quarter with free shipping
COUPON: Save 10% off your first box with coupon code buddhiaddiction!
The Products: 2-3 jewelry pieces from a different designer each quarter intended to help you with your practice of yoga/mindfulnesss
Ships to: the US and Canada
Good to Know: Boxes ship the 10th of February, May, August, and November, but whenever you sign up you will likely receive the current box even if it passed the shipment date.
Keep Track of Your Subscriptions: Add this box to your subscription list or wishlist!
An information card is included in each packaging detailing its contents. It provides context around the symbolism and healing values of each item as well as product values.
The bag includes a coupon for 10% off your next order from Hot Chakras Yoga. The shop offers mala beads and other jewelry, yoga leggings and tanks, bags, and other yoga essentials.
A tissue-wrapped package includes the smallest items of the box: a mala necklace, mala bracelets, and one piece of palo santo.
Chakra 108 Mala – Listed Value $58.00
This mala can be used in meditation while reciting affirmations or mantras the traditional 108 times. The rich colors of the healing beads are so pretty and the wooden beads are equally striking. I’ve never used a mala, but I’m excited to learn how to incorporate this piece into my routine.
Crown Chakra Wrist Mala with Charm & Solar Plexus Chakra Wrist Mala with Charm – Listed Value $50 ($25 each)
The white stoned bracelet stimulates the crown chakra: the center of spirituality and enlightenment. This chakra allows us to see the truth in ourselves with wisdom and consciousness. The yellow agate stone bracelet speaks to the third chakra: the power center. By stimulating this chakra, we aid in the restoration of energy. Both bracelets have a pretty lotus charm. The beads are strung onto an elastic band allowing for easy wear, and they pair really well together.
Palo Santo – Listed Value $5.00
By lighting one end of this piece of fragrant wood and wafting its smoke around your mala, you can cleanse it and ensure that it remains sacred for continued use in meditation. I have a big bowl of palo santo in my living room, and I like to use a piece of it every week or so to refresh the energy in my home. The smell is so earthy and lovely, and there’s something sort of therapeutic about the ritual.
Orange Calcite Stone – Listed Value $10.00
This healing stone is supposed to be highly energizing and healing. It contains the element of fire and removes unwanted creative blocks in the body. It is quite substantial at around 3 inches across, and its glowing orange/yellow hue is really gorgeous. It’s definitely the biggest stone in my very small crystal collection.
Pure Essential Oils Gratitude Candle – Value $18.95
This candle’s information was left off of the included info card which makes me think that it’s the extra ‘BuddhiBonus’ listed. Its mix of white spruce, rosewood, and cedarwood smells like taking a walk through the forest. The scent is quite strong but not overpowering to a room. I found it to burn very slowly, and its description states that it should burn for 25 to 30 hours.
Verdict: I really liked this BuddhiBox Jewelry box. Even though the bracelets aren’t really my style, I love the meaning of their stones and the healing powers that they possess. The mala is also really gorgeous — I just need to learn how to properly use it! The total value of this box is $141.95 which is pretty impressive considering its $49.95 cost. However, I think that some of the listed values may be sort of steep. $58.00 for the mala necklace is more than I’d guess it’s worth. Still, this is a nice box for someone that loves healing jewelry and other such trinkets.
What do you think of BuddhiBox Jewelry? Did you get the same pieces?