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Goddess Provisions “Lucid Dreaming” Review – March 2020

Goddess Provisions Review - March 2020

Goddess Provisions is a monthly wellness subscription box filled with “high vibe lifestyle goods” meant to aid in new-age spirituality practices such as meditation, intention-setting, and energetic healing, as well as general holistic health. It costs $33/month and ships to the US for free.

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

About Goddess Provisions Wellness Subscription Box

The Subscription Box: Goddess Provisions

The Cost: $33 per month with discounts for longer commitments

The Products: A mix of 5-7 full-size products such as crystals, apothecary beauty, superfood snacks, aromatherapy, tools for spiritual growth, and tea

Ships to: The U.S. for free, $15 to Canada and $25 everywhere else

Goddess Provisions “Lucid Dreaming” March 2020 Review

 

The box comes with a short but informative booklet that outlines all of the goodies included this month. It also announces a new self-care oracle and guidebook that is now available. On the back, you’ll find “Divine Details” about all the great things that come with your subscription as well as their other digital subscription available.

 

Pocket Dream Journal by Magic of 1 – Retail Value $20.00

This is a beautiful little journal that has a holographic gold ink pressed into a pleasing mint green faux-leather cover. A matching green elastic band helps keep the journal closed or save your spot as a bookmark. The first couple of pages have some uplifting words, followed by 150 lined pages with a space for the date to fill up with dreams to decode later. I’ve been keeping this next to my bed so that when I wake, I can jot them down before they’re forgotten.

 

Lucid Dreams Tea by Club Magic Hour, 1 oz. – Retail Value $8.00

This tea is really delicious. I appreciate that it’s herbal and naturally caffeine-free since I am quite sensitive to caffeine later in the evening. Almost an alternative to chai, this tea is made with all sorts of wonderful dried ingredients like cloves, cardamom, turmeric, ginger, black pepper, cinnamon, and includes coconut essence, and cinnamon essential oil. Almost all of these come through in the tea to give it a lovely spicy flavor for evening enjoyment. I’m not sure if this has inspired any lucid dreams for me, but it tastes wonderful.

 

Dream Seed Crystal Infused Eye Mask by Access Our Eyes – Listed Value $22.00

I really like how snugly this mask fits and how comfortable it is. It achieves complete darkness which is obviously a must-have that somehow many sleep masks don’t provide. It’s not padded but the inside fabric is really soft and there’s a flap of fabric that I can pull down to block out a little more light. The gold ink used on the front of the mask is crystal-infused which is a new thing for me and carries “crystal life force essence” in its sacred geometry pattern. Whether you believe in crystal powers or not, this mask is comfortable and effective and has two elastic straps to keep it in place.

 

Nocturne Magnesium Spray by Luna Nectar, 1.69 oz. – Estimated Value $16.50 (Buy a 3.38 oz. bottle for $33.00)

Pro Tip: Read directions on things you get in the mail before you spray them on your pillow, assuming you know what they are. Nope, this isn’t a pillow spray as I imagined. It’s am anti-stress and sleep magnesium oil that goes on your BODY. Once I realized that (and washed my pillowcase) it made a lot more sense. My bottle was a little bit leaky, but nothing too serious. I just have to be careful when I pull the cap off. It has the most wonderful smell to it from the sweet orange and lavender. I didn’t know anything about magnesium before reading the description of this but I am intrigued. Apparently it helps with a lot of things like sleep, reducing anxiety and stress, migraines, and muscle recovery. As someone who gets migraines, I’m pretty pumped to try this out when the next one hits. Each spray contains about 100 mg of elemental magnesium and can be easier to absorb than pills for some.

 

Goddess Provisions Dream Big Sachet – Listed Value $10.00

This sachet is so cute. Made specifically for Goddess Provisions, this little linen pillow is filled with lavender and mugwort to promote dream recall. I’ve had it under my pillow for several weeks now and have to say that I have been remembering my dreams more often than before. Plus, it smells so calming and delightful.

 

Hammered Moon Quartz – Listed Value $4.00

Although this moon quartz looks beautiful, I find the edges to be a little sharp which surprised me. Meant to represent the crown chakra, the idea here is to set intentions with this stone, then place it on my nightstand or under my pillow so that it may become conscious as I sleep. I love the way that sounds and have been keeping it on my bedside table instead of under my pillow due to the sharpness.

Digital Bonus: Sleep Hypnotherapy

The digital bonus this month comes in the form of an ASMR video. If you’re not familiar with ASMR, it stands for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response and “is most commonly triggered by specific auditory or visual stimuli, and less commonly by intentional attention control.” It’s become wildly popular online, specifically on YouTube, in which the creator speaks in a soft soothing voice or creates various rich sounds using a microphone that picks up every single nuance of what they are saying or the sounds they are making. For the video provided by Goddess Provisions this month, they collaborated with The Lune INNATE, who has 125k subscribers on YouTube. The video is a little over a half-hour long and features her in a dark room of rich purple and pink light, speaking softly while using the items from the box to make soothing sounds. The video “supports an empowered dreaming experience” and I do admit that I find it rather calming both visually and audibly. 

The Verdict: The March Goddess Provisions box was a wonderful one! Focused on getting a good night’s rest, the tea, sleep mask, magnesium spray, and sachet all play major roles. The moon quartz and dream journal elevate the experience and the bonus hypnotherapy is there to help when in need. The six items included have an estimated retail value of $80.50 which is more than double the $33 cost. I think this makes a great subscription for those who want to meditate, explore the metaphysical world, or just find some new ways to invite calm into their life.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No, but sign up today to receive May as your first box.

Value Breakdown: At $33.00 for this box here’s what you’re paying for each item: 

  • Dream Journal: $8.20
  • Tea: $3.28
  • Sleep Mask: $9.02
  • Magnesium Spray: $6.76
  • Sachet: $4.10
  • Moon Quartz: $1.64

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Written by Marne Orenich

Marne Orenich

Marne is a lipstick connoisseur, record collector, and twice over cat mom. She loves discovering new clean beauty brands and has quite the collection of beautifully packaged serums and moisturizers.

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Comments (9)

  1. I’ve been loving the magnesium spray. As Leslie commented, it’s helpful for restless legs syndrome, which I’m pretty sure I have, so I give each leg a couple light spritzes before I go to bed each night. I don’t know if it’s just a placebo effect, but I do think I’ve been going to sleep more quickly and not tossing/turning as much! I haven’t noticed any unpleasant side effects either.

    • Hey- if it helps it helps. Who cares why? (That’s how I feel, anyhow)

      • I agree! 🙂

  2. Really like the journal. I’m not a current subscriber, but I’m just reading your review of this box since I’ve bought some of their boxes in the past.

    Glad you chose to not keep the sharp quartz crescent under your pillow. Shiver me timbers. That’s scary.

    • Too sharp! haha.

  3. Magnesium is great as a sleep aid. If you use it nightly in a pill form, but perhaps even through absorption into your skin, you may experience the side effect of loose stools. If this happens, use less, but that is hard to regulate with an oil. If you purchase specifically magnesium citrate, not all magnesium is the same, it absorbs better and does not seem to cause an unpleasant morning for most. This oil may be of the citrate variety? Of course, I am not a doctor so please do your research or consult your doctor about magnesium, especially if you have a GI sensitivity or disease.

    One other medical complaint that magnesium is known for helping with is restless leg syndrome. It was a god send for my nephew, which is why I know about the potential icky side effect of magnesium. Once again, not a doctor. 🙂

    This box looks awesome though. I love the journal!

    • Thank you for the extra info, Leslie! Happy to hear about your nephew!

  4. Actually your information at the end is slightly out of date – you CAN still get this box! They sold out of May’s box on the 3rd, something that’s enver happened to them before. If you sign up now you get to pick if you want January’s (Sacred Self Care), February’s (Amethyst Aura), or this box!

    Personally, this is my favorite box of the year so far. And I adored January’s! I’ve been admiring both Magic of I and Magic Hour Tea from a distance for about a year, and I loved the products in this box so much I went out and made purchases from both companies. (GP has slowly turned me into a tea drinker!) The little dream sachet was my surprise favorite item. It’s so fragrant and soothing. I’ve never tried a sleep mask before but it was both comfortable and extremely effective. The only thing I didn’t adore was the magnesium spray? I can’t tell if it does anything. One sort of ho-hum item in a box where everything else was such quality is fine by me!

    • Thanks for the call out, Sphinx! I’ll be sure to update!

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