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Goddess Provisions “Lunar Light” Review – November 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 U.S. 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, Canada for $15, and everywhere else for $25

Goddess Provisions “Lunar Light” November 2020 Review


The box comes with a short but informative booklet that outlines all of the items inside and discloses the theme!


Club Magic Hour Ruby Moon Tea, 1 oz pouch – Retail Value $11.00

I love tea! Iced teas, hot teas – doesn’t matter. I truly appreciate a good, robust tea. This ruby moon herbal tea has been added to my list of faves. This tea is said to bolster the immune system as well as promote a healthy heart. With ingredients such as hibiscus, black currant, rosehips, and elderberry, I was ready to dive right in.

The tea leaves are a dark and rich deep red color.


This tea is SO GOOD! It had a nice balance of sweet and tart. The hibiscus and cranberry fruits are strong in this one.  If fresh berries are your vibe, I think you will be a fan of this tea!


Rainbow Moonstone Obelisk – Listed Value $11.00

The rainbow moonstone is said to bring balance and hope while also enhancing creativity and wisdom. I didn’t have this crystal yet, so I’m excited to add it to my collection.


Goddess Provisions Crescent Moon Teaspoons – Retail Value $11.00

I don’t really have any cool teaspoons, so I’m super into this copper rose-goldish crescent moon teaspoon. It’s made of copper-coated stainless steel and is safe to use for hot and cold beverages. I’d probably really use this mostly for the aesthetic. The usefulness of it is a bonus 🙂


Matr Boomie Sagittarius Moon Incense Holder – Retail Value $30.00

I’m really into astrology and thought this was such a cute and fun incense holder.  While I don’t burn too much incense (I do love palo santo though), I can see myself buying some just to use this holder. It’s wooden, so can be a classic piece in any room of your home.


Goddess Provisions Moon Phase Wall Hanging – Retail Value $33.00

Upon opening this wall hanging and just reading about it, I was really excited. It seemed like it would be a beautiful design, sturdy, and of great quality. Sadly, when opened, my feelings changed. While I still think that the design is nice and it could make a really nice statement piece in any room, the quality wasn’t as good as I was expecting. The make of it felt cheap, and a part of my hanging was broken. I may take the moon phases off of the chain and attempt to do a DIY wall design.


Goddess Provisions Celestial Ribbons – Listed Value $8.00

I don’t know why I go through hair ties so quickly, but I lose or misplace all of them! That being said, there’s never a time where I wouldn’t love a new hair tie. The celestial design is cute and I love the black and tan colors.


Moon Manifesting E-Book *Digital Bonus* – Listed Value $19.00

The digital bonus for this month is a moon manifesting ebook led by Hannah Christensen. Once you type the web address in for the digital bonus, you have to give your name and email address.  If you’ve read previous reviews of mine, I deeply dislike having to enter my email address because I usually get spammed. I entered my email, and got a page that said “check your email for more”. I sadly became disinterested after that, but glad I still went ahead and checked my email, because there was no catch! Just a nice pdf that I was pleasantly surprised to receive.

The Verdict: This month’s Goddess Provisions focused on lunar light, and wasn’t my favorite box from them. I was expecting a lot more moody moon items, but there was only one item I REALLY enjoyed and that was the ruby moon tea. It was so delicious! I loved it hot and iced and would love to experiment with putting fruits in it.

This month, I received approximately $104 worth of items. For $33/month, Goddess Provisions consistently sends a valuable box each month.

To Wrap Up:

Can you still get this box if you sign up today? You will likely receive the December box. From Goddess Provisions:

Once subscribed, your box will ship during the first week of each new month. First time subscribers will be shipped to by the 20th of the month. We’ll email you a tracking number when your box ships.

Value Breakdown: This box costs $33 per month, which means each of the 7 items including the digital course has an average cost of $3.85!  

Check out all of our Goddess Provisions reviews and the best yoga boxes of 2020!

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Written by Brittany Beasley

Posted in Goddess Provisions Reviews, Subscription Box Reviews, Subscription Boxes for Women, Vegan Subscription Boxes| Tags: Goddess Provisions | 4 comments

Comments (4)

  1. I love the moon phase metallic string, the incense holder, the rainbow moonstone obelisk, and the teaspoon. I gifted the hair ties and they were well received. I personally see this box as a win! The tea was ok, not my favorite. But for me this box was worth more than the $33 I paid. No regrets here.

  2. I’ve been a subscriber to Goddess Provisions for a while–maybe close to 2 years? But lately I’ve been less happy with their boxes and have skipped the last couple. I think a big part of why I’ve been less happy is that they’ve included their own branded materials, and they seem like lower quality than the branded items they’d been including in the past. This was one of the boxes I skipped, so I didn’t see the items in person, but I wasn’t surprised that, say, the wall hanging wasn’t good quality. But a recent GP-branded candle holder (in the Shadow Work box) seemed really cheap to me.

    I know they have to make a profit, but I’d rather they include fewer items that are higher-quality in their boxes than more items that are lower-quality. I keep skipping, waiting for a them that really interests me. I loved the idea of the shadow work one, so ordered it, but it didn’t live up to my hopes–would have liked a book or some cards or something about it–there was some online thing, but I don’t see those as having much value. This box was so much better a year or so ago…I’m kind of sad about it actually.

    • I also subbed to this box for about a year but cancelled because I started to realize that it wasn’t worth the price. It’s too bad because it was one of those boxes that I really loved – it always seems so positive and uplifting somehow, but as you said, it’s gone downhill in quality lately.

    • Agreed. I appreciated this sub way more when they sourced its contents from smaller/unique sellers. Now I see a lot of “goddess provision” merchandise. I have read multiple complaints about that moon hanger as well.

      In the past couple of years, I think I have only bit two times.

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