A Healthy Foodie Subscription: Nourish Me Well Box

Some of you know I’m sort of obsessed when it comes to subscription boxes. I’ve tried health boxes before, and they’re quite possibly my favourite kind of subscription. They’re a fantastic way to be introduced to new products and brands that you wouldn’t have heard about otherwise. Nourish me well Box is a premium wellness subscription service and one that is fairly new on the block, so I couldn’t wait to give it a go.

Each month you’ll receive 5 – 8 pure and wholesome full size products – handpicked to showcase the amazing range of local products available to you. They source products that are 100% natural and guarantee that the products include two or more of the following: gluten free, organic, raw, dairy free, chemical free, vegan, non-toxic or Australian owned and made.

Here’s what came in this months box:

1. Sealand Birk birch water ($4.95)
2. Power Superfoods Cacao powder ($7.95)
3. Naturally Nood Bars in Cocoa Lamington ($2.49 x 3)
4. Byron Chai Indian Spiced tea ($5.99)
5. Kitz Living Coconut Dream ($11.60)
6. Thinkfood Pistachio Cranberry Sesame Munch ($5.50)

That’s a total of $43.45 but you’ll get it all in Nourish me well box for $34.95!

Nourishmewell Box
Byron Chai Indian Spiced Tea

I love every single product in this box. It would be unfair to even pick a favourite, but it’s been especially hard to keep away from the cocoa lamington bars, coconut dream, and the sesame crunch. They’re ideal snacks for work or school. Delicious, energizing and satisfying!

Nourishmewell Box
Kitz Living Coconut Dream Classic

If you’ve not heard of birch water before, it’s basically dubbed “the new coconut water” of 2016. I have a more in-depth post on it coming soon, but I’m so pleased to see it part of this subscription! It contains lots of naturally-occurring antioxidants, electrolytes, trace minerals and vitamins, helping to treat liver disease, flu, headaches, dandruff and eczema.

Nourishmewell Box
Organic Birch Tree Water

Have you heard of Nourish me well? What are your thoughts on subscription boxes?