Ladies, of all subscription boxes, this is the one box I feel empowered, and 100% good about getting. Not only does Resilience Box educate women on health issues we all need to be aware of, but Resilience Box gives back to the health conditions they help us become more aware about.
From Resilience Box website:
Resilience box is a health and wellness box created by a nurse to help bring awareness to diseases plaguing women.No guilt receiving this box! Okay maybe you never feel guilty about getting a sub box, but sometimes I do feel as if my money could go to better places, or maybe I have spent too much on myself. With Resilience Box you can rest assured that a portion of your box is going somewhere good, and as women we all need to stay up to date on health issues that effect women! So no more guilt, no more excuses, no more worries, you can get Resilience Box and feel good about yourself, and what you are doing for others.
Each month a disease is chosen and the monthly box reflects the "must know" of that particular disease.
Boxes are decorated based on the color used to bring awareness and organic, gluten-free, natural, Non-GMO products, such as teas, snacks, herbs, oils, soaps... are packaged and sent to subscribers.
The aim is to help bring awareness while providing healthy snack options, spices and herbs used for the disease in question.
A portion of all orders is donated to an organization associated with the disease of the month.
Also included are TWO magazines that I love, because of their dedication to an organic and natural lifestyle.
We support small businesses and women own businesses by buying and showcasing some of their best products. Each month's box contains 1-6 items, from the cream of the natural product crop.
We hope you enjoy every single bite, page and scent!
We believe education is KEY to prevention!
|END THE PAIN! Endometriosis Awareness.|
This month's theme is about Endometriosis - I have heard of this before, but now I know a lot more about it!
From Resilience Box:
Endometriosis is one of the most misdiagnosed disorder affecting women. Because its symptoms can look like that of other diseases, getting an accurate diagnosis, can prove difficult.
Women suffering with endometriosis are at higher risk for receiving a diagnosis of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). For some, a diagnosis of IBS is usually received prior to confirm endometriosis.
How can that be, endometriosis affects the reproductive system, right? Yes, but for many women, misplaced endometrial tissue is located alongside the large intestine. Inflammation associated with this tissue may cause bowel problems.
Read more here at the Resilience Box Website or subscribe now!
|Each Box Comes with a Print Out|
|Bring on the YUM!|
The savor snacks are welcome in our home, as we are always looking for healthier snacks! Love them!
|GINGER WELLNESS! AND A STRAINER! YAY!|
|Bring on the Color! And TWO magazines!|
|And it just keeps getting BETTER!|
|All of the Goods Together. Amazing!|