I love receiving monthly subscription boxes, and Bulu Box is one of my favorites, with its unique blend of supplement and healthy snack samples for just $10 a month (or $110 annually). It makes a fantastic gift that keeps on giving for several months – however long you choose to subscribe.
You can also enter the code BRAM35B5 for a 50 percent discount on your Bulu Box purchase.
What’s in a Bulu Box? Here’s what was in my latest Bulu Box.
Kind Healthy Grain Bar – This non-GMO, granola-type bar offers a crunchy and chewy texture and contains natural ingredients such as oats, buckwheat, coconut, honey and brown rice millet. Each gluten-free bar provides 150 calories, 4 fat grams and 25 grams of carbs, plus 3 grams of dietary fiber.
Natol NuHair – Cost $24.99 for a full-size bottle, Natol NuHair claims to nourish and rejuvenate hair from the inside out, stimulating hair follicles while thickening and strengthening.
Ridgecrest ClearLungs – The fall and winter come with colds and flu for many of us, and Ridgecrest ClearLungs offers a natural, homeopathic decongestant, a blend of aromatic oils and herbs for soothing coughs and congestion without side effects. It costs $12.99 for a tub.
Swirl Tea – Pop a skinny Swirl Tea bag into your chilled bottle of water, shake it and wait about half an hour, then drink. You’ll have a delicious caffeinated beverage with no need to add sugar or artificial sweeteners. You can pick up a box of 50 servings of calorie-free Swirl Tea for $17.45.
HempPro 70 – Hemp offers a plant-based, easily digested protein that’s rich in omegas and fiber, plus iron and magnesium. You can mix it with soy milk and drink it instead of animal proteins, and its creamy, chocolatey taste won over my family. Costing $24.99 for an 11-ounce bag, each four-tablespoon serving contains 130 calories (plus whatever’s in the beverage you use), along with 20 grams of protein, 11 grams of carbs and 3.5 fat grams. The product contains hemp protein concentrate, cocoa powder, organic coconut sugar and natural plant extracts.
PowBab – These African Baobab fruit chews taste sweet like candy and provide 500 I.U. of vitamin A, 60 mg of vitamin C and 30 I.U. of vitamin E per serving, plus 20 calories and 4 grams of carbs (including 2 grams of sugars).