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PYM Mood Chews – Should We Review It?

Mallory @ MSA
ByMallory @ MSADec 21, 2020 | 50 comments

PYM (Prepare Your Mind) is a wellness subscription that provides support for feelings of overwhelm, stress and anxiety:

PYM believes that there is a world where someone can be the best version of themselves. We believe in establishing easy daily rituals & techniques that promote everyday wellness. While at first small rituals may not seem like a big deal, applied everyday they can lead to remarkable changes. Incrementally.

PYM Original Mood Chews are available for monthly shipments or one-time purchases:

  • All-natural amino acid infused mood chews to support life’s ups and downs
  • Non-GMO, gluten-free, and no added sugar
  • Available in 3-packs or 6-packs

PYM is designed to help you feel like your best self every day: 

PYM Mood Chews are made with amino acids and adaptogens that target the body’s hormone levels to manage stress and anxiety.

PYM can be taken as often as you need it. We recommend taking it at the start of each day as soon as you feel a sense of overwhelm or approximately 20 minutes prior to experiencing a stressful situation.

The Box: PYM

The Cost: $27-$49.50 per box

The Products: 3 – 6 packs of 20 mood chews 

Ships to: United States


What do you think of this subscription? Would you like to see it reviewed? 

Mallory @ MSA
Mallory @ MSA
Mallory joined the MSA team in 2020. She focuses on engaging with our community online, through daily emails, and across our social media channels. Based in New York City, she can often be found biking through Central Park, scoping out under-the-radar coffee shops, and listening to the Hamilton cast album on an endless loop. Her current favorite subscriptions are Hello Fresh and Fabletics.

Mallory @ MSA
Mallory @ MSA
Mallory joined the MSA team in 2020. She focuses on engaging with our community online, through daily emails, and across our social media channels. Based in New York City, she can often be found biking through Central Park, scoping out under-the-radar coffee shops, and listening to the Hamilton cast album on an endless loop. Her current favorite subscriptions are Hello Fresh and Fabletics.
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Looks interesting to me too. I’d like to see it reviewed.


This looks really interesting. I would love it if someone who knows about adaptogens and has a need for them reviews. Lots of this stuff can be crap and woo woo science, but the studies are looking good for high quality supplements.


For those of you raising a stink…. this is a subscription box…… please read the review again and just say no if you are not interested.


It’s a subscription in the way that I can subscribe to vitamin refills on Amazon.

Courtney S.

It’s going to be a yes for me….intriguing


I’m also a no.


Ya I’m sick of all the promotions of ‘health products’ which are the modern equivalent of snake oil without any actual medical or scientific information. The new trend of ads of non subscription boxes are also just upsetting


No products. Sub boxes only!


While I guess this is technically a subscription box (as in you get a delivery every month), I feel like this falls more in the category of all the other recent “should we reviews”. Such as the glasses & the fancy olive oils. It just seems like an ad for something you can order by mail. I personally am really not interested & would like to stick to TRUE subscription boxes.

Mallory @ MSA

Thank you for this feedback, amandawoj! Our goal with the “Should We Review?” series is to get readers’ opinions on new subscriptions and products we’re considering writing about, so we appreciate you sharing your thoughts with us!


I like seeing products/subscriptions like this reviewed by MSA. SEED Probiotics has made a dramatic difference for me, and I wouldn’t have found it without MSA. I also use Who Gives a Crap. I like reading the comments posted about these sorts of things, too. I’d love to know about the website experience, customer service, shipping, and the product. I don’t expect MSA reviewers to be medical experts, and I want to read about their experience with a product. If I have any medical questions, I know to contact my nurse practitioner or doctor.

Mallory @ MSA

Hi Tiffany! Thanks so much for sharing this, we’re very happy to hear that we were able to introduce you to a product that’s had a positive impact on your life. 😊


As others have said, this isn’t really a sub box, and it’s not something that really interests me. If you need suggestions, I would like to see the following:

Jackie’s Chocolates (last review is really old)
The Russia Box
My Coffee and Book Club
The Plant Club

Mallory @ MSA

Thank you for sharing these suggestions, Mary! We are always looking for new boxes to check out.


It’s a single product you can get auto shipped, so no.

If you want ideas for reviews, there are 55 Black-owned subscription boxes listed in the post from this summer. I’d like to see more of those here because a lot of them sounded interesting.

Please return to your original purpose.

Molly Honey

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Molly Honey

It’s pretty bad when your customers /readers have to explain what it is that you do here. That this is a site for subscription box reviews and spoilers.
But I realize that with the huge staff you have you’ve gotta sell sell sell all day to turn a profit. Looks like you’ll throw anything against the wall & see if it sticks. Sell these ads disguised as “should we reviews?” Too big. Too bad.
I used to love all the reviewers. I felt like I got to know them and the timelyness & consistency of posts was there. Now this site is cluttered and it just isn’t what it was. I am starting to do my own reviews on Instagram and I just want to say that I don’t think I’m alone in thinking that Liz was the original. No one is ever going to be able to do it like that. This site was perfect back then. She worked really hard and it showed. Her reviews were relatable and honest. There was a vibe that has since been lost. I hope to recapture some of that magic in my own page. But, I think it’s over, here. This site is great for reference but the spark is gone.

Mallory @ MSA

Hi there! We aren’t paid to post reviews on any subscription boxes or non-subscription products. You can read more about our disclosure policy here:


They post lots of things that aren’t subscription boxes, for example the million advent calendars and I don’t recall anyone complaining about anything but the prices. The difference is they didn’t ask our opinion haha.


No, please stop with this kind of thing.


No. Among other things, “support for overwhelm” makes no grammatical sense and if you can’t get your label right, I’m running far away from your product.

Also, I’m sure they need to have that FDA disclaimer on their packaging, so shouldn’t MSA have it posted as well?


3-6 mood chews per $27-49.50 box? I’m hoping there’s some gold in them chews 😂


I was really confused until I looked at their site. It’s 20 chews per tin, so the $27 three pack has 60 chews.

Mallory @ MSA

That was our mistake! Thank you for pointing it out – this info has been updated.


That makes way more sense thanks for checking that out! 👍

Christine Hall

I would love to see it reviewed as I take a few things for my anxiety: Prescribed Xanax, CBD oil, CBD gummies, Olly and Walmart brand stress gummies. Not all at once of course. I would love to see if this works for anybody.

Mallory @ MSA

Thanks for letting us know, Christine! We’re glad you’re excited for this one.


Like others have said, only if there’s a medical professional giving the review. And since it’s not really a “sub box” so much as a product you subscribe for monthly shipments of, if there’s a review at all it probably only needs to be one time.

Though it might be nice to get a one time review of the Boka box. I got the sonic toothbrush recently and signed up to get more heads/toothpaste every few months. I love the toothpaste, but the sonic brush feels clunky to me, like it’s designed for a guy and I can’t use it without drooling, lol. I’m not really used to sonic brushes, so I want to know if it’s just me getting used to it or if it’s bad design. (The coconut ginger toothpaste is fantastic, though, and my tooth sensitivity has gone way down since using it, and my sticky patches have gone away, so it seems to be working as I hoped.)


No. It’s one item, that must be reviewed elsewhere, not a subscription where you get different items. Also, these types of things are placebos if anything.


I disagree that they’re placebos (some probably are, but not all). I take a l-theanine chewable prescribed by my naturopath once in a while (mostly when I can’t sleep) and it works as well as klonopin for me. It’s called GABA Trex for the curious.


The point of a placebo effect is that it works.


I was curious. Thanks! 😊


Please only review it if there’s a nutritionist or doctor on the team! Reviews of medical products by laypeople aren’t helpful given the placebo effect exists.

Beth in Oklahoma



I doubt a doctor or nutritionist is going to give a stamp of approval to a supplement, which isn’t regulated and most likely has no compelling evidence behind any of its ingredients. It’s up to individuals to do their own research and check for contraindications with any meds or other supplements they take. What MSA can do is tell me if it tastes good or bad but I’m not going to give any credence at all to any claims that it works because they most likely get paid for everyone who signs up using their link. I don’t come here for professional advice, I come here to read reviews and the pseudoscience sometimes offered by the reviewers turns me off. Here’s the statement at the very bottom of the PYM website: *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


I agree – would love to see this reviewed if there is a medical/health professional that can weigh in.




Yes and any similar products, please!


Hi Mallory, are you reading the comments from all your “should we review posts?”. There’s an overwhelming NO on all your posts as the community here does not want to see non subscription items. This is not a subscription item. We don’t want to see reviews on pots, glasses, dog food or oil. It’s pretty clear from the comments that we don’t want this so I’m perplexed as to why you keep posting no subscription box items. Honestly, I’m finding it rather annoying. Kindly read through the last few -should we review- posts.


I agree, Stephanie!

Melissa W.

Liz and everyone on the MSA team are just trying to find boxes that people may or may not like. It’s just a yes or no question. I’m sorry, but your post came off as rude and rude towards Mallory. If you don’t want a box reviewed and are getting annoyed at these post, just keep it moving, that’s all. Also, this not meant to be harsh, it’s just a friendly reminder that you don’t even need to click on post that annoy you.


I thought Liz is no longer part of the team.

Cathy W

Liz isn’t a part of MSA anymore…and it really shows

Joy-Not the Other One

Stephanie if you take your own advice and read through ALL of the comments there are also quite a few enthusiastic YES! replies as well. Many of us are absolutely interested in these types of reviews.
I for one would love to see a review of the everything pan that I purchased because of the offer I read about here on MSA. If these types of reviews/posts bother you, simply do what I do with posts I am not interested in and scroll past them. You are not required to read anything you are not interested in but there is no reason why these types of reviews/posts can’t be on the site for the people who are interested in them. To think otherwise would imply that your opinion is the only one that matters. I would hate to think that you actually feel that way.


There’s 4 yes’s out of 30 comments so 13% want to see this reviewed, 87% don’t. If you look at the other “shall we review” posts you will see a huge percentage of NO comments (look at the recent Brightland post). People come here for subscription box info, you can find product reviews everywhere on the net but what made this site great when Liz was here was that she stuck to subscription boxes. My opinion isn’t the only one that matters but you can’t deny the overwhelming number of comments from frustrated people that visit this site daily who want to read about sub boxes and not see ‘hidden’ ads with undisclosed affiliate links.


I can’t blame them for trying to branch out. The website is My Subscription Addiction so I think it is completely fair that they diversify with some subscription items that are not boxes. (Assuming the product has a subscription option)
However I do think they should be careful regarding the medical/health type items.

Mallory @ MSA

Hi there! Thank you for leaving comments on our recent “Should We Review?” posts. We hear you loud and clear! The goal of this series is to share new ideas that our team is considering writing about, and get readers’ honest opinions on whether they’d like to see us review it. We know that every product or subscription won’t appeal to every reader of this site, and that’s ok! It’s why we’ve created this series in the first place, and we’ve already began planning content around the subscription boxes and non-subscription products that users have voted in favor of over these past few weeks. 😊

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