BuddhiBox Monthly Subscription Review – May 2016 Box

BuddhiBox Monthly Subscription Review and Book Giveaway – May 2016 Box

May 2016 Box ContentsAs we embark in this election year it is becoming clear that the country is divided and needs some injection of peace and love. Every night on the news all that is seen are rally’s that turn into protests and protests that turn into arrest records.

The common thread is that the one thing we need the most, is the one thing that all yogi;s know, we need peace. There are a couple of ways to achieve peace but the easiest is to be what you want to put out into the world. I think many people forget that to be nice is not difficult and the simplest thing we can do.

Each month when I receive my monthly BuddhiBox I am reminded of this simple message. Each month I have the opportunity to review boxes (click here to see the previous reviews) and each month I can expect a nice introduction in the yoga/healthy living lifestyle. The message is always one of compassion, and understanding and living a pure life, as well as being the company’s motto.

This month continues the new box and is strong and sturdy box that is printed on all box sides. I loved that a green crinkle wrap replaced the green tissue paper, but still retained the green theme. This month came with 3 cardboard information cards that are in full color and on thick glossy card stock. The first card was the Yoga pose of “Balasana” that shows the pose in full color, as well as the benefits and directions about the pose. These pose cards are made especially for BuddhiBox by a company called Yogicards. There is a recipe for a “Strawberries Fruit of Spirit and Health” that is made using 6 ingredients  The final information card included was a box manifest and on the other side the following quote:

Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.  – Lao Tzu

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of BuddhiBox. This post may contain affiliate links but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I have included reviews of the items, included in the box were the following items:

Yogasana BookYogasana – The Encyclopedia of Yoga Poses: This is the most comprehensive asana guide on the market with over 800 yoga poses. This book covers beginners to advanced poses which makes a perfect coffee table book or studio reference book.

Elle Jewels ElephantElle Jewels – Elephant Strength Bracelet: The elephant is a sign of strength, honor, stability and patience. This is a nice silver color and will match any outfit, while adding some strength.

Great Soles Black and BlueGreat Soles – Grip Socks: As an ex ballerina I appreciate a pair of socks with a sole on them. Despite the grace and balance I should have I am constantly tripping and sliding around mt floor, which is painful for me to admit. The grip goes from toe to heel and are machine washable on the cold cycle.

Massage Oil and CandleBack to AfricaSerenity Massage & Body Oil: An awesome blend of sweet almond oil and Shea butter this provides a nourishing layer to dry and damaged skin. It smells of lavender rosemary oils. This is great to use because it does not leave an oily residue on hands or skin. This dried clean and smells great. As an added bonus proceeds from this help support the a hippo sanctuary in Ghana. House of Good Juju: Aura Cleansing Tea Light Candle – $2.50: The first thing that I noticed about this soy tea light candle was the couple of gems and herb pieces on the top. They say that your aura says a lot about you, and it can send unconscious signals to others. This candle can help cleanse and restore your aura to its regular state.

Hemp HeartsHemp Hearts SAMPLE: This is not the first time that I have tried these Hemp Hearts and each time I enjoy them as much as the time before. Many people like to put pine nuts, sunflower seeds or something with a texture to salads, and I have found hemp hearts are a nice alternative. It’s sustainable and has a rich, nutty flavor with tender crunch. It’s packed with goodness, omegas, digestible proteins, vitamins, minerals, and fiber.

If you have not tried BuddhiBox I encourage you to give them a try – a fun box that is a great bargain each month!

Monthly subscriptions are $32.95/month to month, 3 months – $30.95 (pre-paid) , 6 months – $29.95 (pre-paid), and 12 months – $27.95 (pre-paid). In addition Subscription boxes have a shipping rate of $5.00 in the US and $10.99 to Canada. The also offer a quarterly – February, May, August and November – Jewelry box that has 2-4 items for $49.95/4 month or $179.00/12 months prepaid ($44.75 per box). They currently ship to United States, Alaska, Hawaii and Canada.

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GIVEAWAY: DealsAmongUs is offering a copy of the book to my readers!  (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win a Yogasana – The Encyclopedia of Yoga Poses. I will be randomly choosing 1 person on June 30th (6/30/2015) to receive this yoga encyclopedia!! This is a $24.99 value!!! Open to residents in the US and Canada. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by me by email and prize will be fulfilled by Buddhhi Box/DealsAmongUs! Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!

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26 thoughts on “BuddhiBox Monthly Subscription Review – May 2016 Box

  1. Tricia Andrews

    Oh that book looks devine. I just started doing yoga six months ago and it’s definitely a game changer for me. Would love to win this book to have as a reference guide so I can see proper alignment of poses.

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  2. Amanda S.

    Cat-cow pose, my back always seems to ache since having my babies and slight scoliosis, and stretching between the two movements feels so good.

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  3. kim s

    I’m just learning so I don’t have a favorite yet! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  4. Wanda Bergman

    I don’t have a favourite … yet … because I don’t do yoga.

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  5. Kelly Knight

    I Was JUST looking at this book! I started into yoga last year, and have done a million videos and a few classes at the gym… Would love something like this to help me improve at home!

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  6. Jennifer M.

    I like forward bends because a hamstring stretch helps my back feel good.

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  7. shannon fowler

    for me it depends on what is most sore after workouts, but it tends to be downward dog

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  8. Jeanne Coulombe

    I am looking into yoga I have rheumatoid arthritis and the Dr. recomended I try it

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