Herbal Bliss Subscription Box Review – March 2016

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Herbal Bliss
Herbal Bliss

Herbal Bliss sends five amazing herbal products each month. The products cover five categories – Aromatherapy, Blissful Body, Culinary, Well Being and a Spotlight item. Herbal Bliss seeks out small batch producers that focus on the quality products.

Herbal Bliss
Herbal Bliss

I’m always excited to see Herbal Bliss. I love herbs and look forward to seeing what new products are included in the box.

Wrapped in tissue paper and sealed
Wrapped in tissue paper and sealed

I think there may be dried flowers in the box this month. I love using flowers in my pictures!

March 2016 Herbal Bliss
First Peek

I am beyond excited. I see a product from Mountain Rose Herbs! I buy my essential oils and containers from them!

Herbal Bliss March 2016
Herbal Bliss March 2016

It’s a beautiful spring time theme! I love the yellow and flowers.

Citrus Ginger Green T + C
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Citrus Ginger Green Tea + C
Citrus Ginger Green Tea + C

The Sencha Green Tea + C Effervescent Drink Mix ($1.27) is a made with whole food ingredients. The made-in-USA drink is gluten-free, vegan, and contains non-gmo ingredients. T is going to try it because it has cherry in it.

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Stash Lemon Honey Sticks
Stash Lemon Honey Sticks

The Stash Lemon Honey Sticks ($4.95) have natural clover honey in them. Sounds delicious as a snack or in a beverage. I love getting honey in subscription boxes especially when it is pure honey!

Aura Cacia Tea tree Essential Oil
Aura Cacia Tea tree Essential Oil
Aura Cacia Tea Tree Essential Oil
Aura Cacia Tea Tree Essential Oil

The Aura Cacia Tea Tree Oil ($6.87) arrived at the perfect time because I am almost out of tea tree oil! I use it in my homemade cleanser and will try out their toilet bowl cleanser recipe.  I bought this brand before when T came home from camp with an insect bite that turned into Staph. It worked well in the laundry and prevented reinfection. It can also be used with the Sakari Botanicals Rose Hip Oil that came in the February Box.

Wheel Front
Wheel Front
Closeup
Closeup
Wheel Back
Wheel Back
Closeup - Tea Trea
Closeup – Basil
Top Part of wheel - Tea Tree
Top Part of wheel –  Basil
Hanging on the wall
Hanging on the wall

I am excited about the Aura Cacia Aromatherapy Wheel ($4.58). It is a fun, easy reference guide to commonly used essential oils. The wheel front has recipes while the back discusses the properties of the different essential oils. It even comes with a chain to hang on the wall. The curator shipped it separately to prevent shipping damage. Thank You!

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Himalayan Institute Neti Stick
Himalayan Institute Neti Stick

Spring allergy season is upon us. I will be using the Himalayan Institute Neti Stick ($4.95) because I love the great outdoors despite my allergies.  It’s a great compact size that can be stuck in a pocket or a purse. Unscrew the top and take a whiff of the amazing scent. I could feel my nasal passages clear up after sniffing it. I also feel more alert! The Neti Stick is a blend of peppermint, eucalyptus, methanol and lavender oils. They are a few of my favorite scents!

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Mountain Rose Herbs Aloe Vera Gel
Mountain Rose Herbs Aloe Vera Gel

I saved the best for last. I almost died when I saw Mountain Rose Herbs! Mountain Rose Herbs is my go-to for essential oils and supplies. Their catalog is informative. I even met a couple people from Mountain Rose Herbs at a Mother Earth News Fair. It would be amazing to see them in more subscription boxes.

The Aloe Vera Gel  ($5.50) is the real deal coming from the inner fillet of the Aloe Vera Plant, which is certified organic. It can be used for used for cosmetic, household, and dietary needs. I have drunk aloe vera before, and all I can say is that it is an acquired taste. I am going to see if I have a cosmetic recipe that calls for aloe vera because I prefer to use Mountain Rose Herb products for that. Otherwise, I will make more Aloe Vera Cubes to rub on our skin after being out in the sun. I make them in a bunny mold. It’s more fun.

I’m ready for spring! The March Herbal Bliss Box is a lot of fun. I can’t wait to make a few recipes with the tea tree essential oil and the aloe vera gel! Honey is always yummy! The Neti stick will be used. T will drink the mix and probably want more. The value is around the price of the box which is perfectly fine for a box carrying small batch producers. I always look forward to my box because I love herbal products!

What do you think of the March Herbal Bliss box?  Let us know by sharing below!

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  • Heat7918
    04.06.16

    Oh, how I love Herbal Bliss! They always send unique and useful items!

    After my 3-month sub with a 10% off Black Friday coupon, I was surprised that my subscription didn’t auto renew… I think it’s for the best right now though since I went a little too crazy on Black Friday. But if I add a sub in the future, this one is in my top 3!

    • PA Anna
      04.07.16

      Black Friday was crazy!

  • AngelaR
    04.06.16

    Great box! They always do a great job curating the box.

    • PA Anna
      04.07.16

      I totally agree!

  • Pnut
    04.06.16

    What a great box and review! I hope we get more items in this review in our boxes they are very refreashing and new! Someone contact the goats…

    • PA Anna
      04.07.16

      I agree. The goats need to be contacted right away!