I'm so excited that we finally received the very-much-anticipated third Anita Apothecary subscription box. In this blog post I'll be sharing everything that came in this month's box, themed Gypsy Magick.
This box is the most beautiful subscription box for witches, created by a witch from the PNW. I first found her on Etsy when I came across her Empath Spray and Witches Magickal Floor Wash. I then stalked her on her Instagram and awhile later saw that she was starting a subscription box.
If you're looking for a high-quality, unique witchy box (that comes with the most gorgeous candles in glass jars every month), then I definitely suggest you check out this box. Follow her Etsy store for updates about when her box is going for sale or follow her on Instagram. And if you're following me on Instagram, I also let my readers know when her box goes on sale.
There's only 60 boxes a month so turn your notifications on! Next month's box is themed High Priestess and is scheduled to go on sale in early June.
Inside the Anita Apothecary Gypsy Magick Box
The box's theme this month is Gypsy Magick and we were given some background history about the gypsy people and where they originated. The goal was to "pay honor to these courageous group of people; to embrace the magickal and mysterious side of gypsy magick and the gypsy witch."
As per usual, this box was filled to the brim with altar tools and other gifts so let's get to it, shall we?!
Gypsy Magick Candle | $16
I have yet to discover another witchy box that sends candles of this size and quality. The candles that come in this box are my main altar candles. They're always so beautiful and they burn very well, meaning they don't burn quick. I think it's the glass container as opposed to the usual tin ones that come in most boxes.
Hand-poured and designed using 100% soy wax and an eco-cotton wick, musk and adorned with turquoise, carnelian and garnet.
Gypsy Witch Divination Cards | $9.95
I'm in love with these cards. They're small so they're perfect for putting in your purse or for when you're traveling. I pulled the card above which I found not too surprising considering I'm moving across the country in less than two weeks.
Read your fortune with these vintage style gypsy witch playing cards.
Gypsy Cold Care Tea | $13
I loved that this tea came in such a pretty glass container. I definitely plan to store this away for the fall and winter months when colds start to crop up. Plus elderberry is such a powerful ingredient that I use like crazy for immune support during the winter months as well.
Made with organic peppermint, yarrow and elderberry. This is a traditional and very old recipe to combat cold and flu symptoms. Still widely used today.
Cheerful Star Tea Strainer | $3.95
A beautiful tea strainer to add to my collection!
Wood Pentacle Tea Spoon | $5.95
I love receiving small items such as tea spoons because they really do add a touch of magick to my day. This is almost too gorgeous though, I feel like I'd prefer to use it on my altar.
Use for your tea, incense or other uses in your magickal practice.
Kaveri Mehendi (Henna) | $8.95
I thought this was so cool! Henna is so beautiful and sexy, I love it painted on the hands. I'll be YouTube searching this on how to paint it myself.
Made with natural ingredients. Have fun applying this natural dye–you can draw your own sigils, magickal symbols or try a traditional henna design.
Gypsy Magick Mystical Body Spray | $13.95
This smells SO GOOD and lasts quite awhile for an all-natural ingredient spray. My favorite thing to receive in witchy boxes are probably 1) candles and next would be SPRAYS and mists. I'm so huge into aromatherapy and love to mist myself throughout the day as part of my self-care.
Made with all natural ingredients and essential oils. Mist your body, bedsheets or room with this magickal scent.
Palo Santo Holy Wood Incense | $2
I go through a lot of Palo Santo a month so I was excited to see this in the box. I usually use sticks so I'm anxious to use this wood incense. I prefer Palo Santo over sage simply because I love the woodsy smell.
This ancient and highly fragrant holy wood can be burned in a cauldron or other fire safe dish on top of a charcoal disk. It will cleanse and purify your sacred space.
Gold Feather Bookmark | $1.50
How gorgeous and simple is this bookmark?
Let this pretty little gold bookmark hold a place in your journal or grimoire.
Gypsy Magick Tattoos | $2
I can't wait to try these this summer, especially the pretty gold ones.
These temporary tattoos are beautiful on skin, especially in the sunlight.
Gypsy Inspired Earrings | $9.95
These earrings have become apart of my weekly rotation of earrings to wear. They're lightweight and perfect for dressing up or down.
Embrace the gypsy aesthetic with these pretty bohemian style earrings.
Everything in this box totaled $87.20. A beautiful theme with lots of gorgeous items, this box always makes me feel like a kid on Christmas morning.
I hope you enjoyed this post. If you got the box, let me know what you thought! Make sure if you want to get in on the next box to follow Anita Apothecary on Etsy, Instagram or Facebook so you can be notified for when the next one is available.
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Lots of love,
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As someone who is actually Romani this subscription box theme is not "beautiful" its offensive. None of the products in the box are authentic to Romani culture, not to mention most Romani are Christian with rare exceptions such as myself. The term "gypsy" is also a racial slur, while some prefer it most don't. This is the second post that Ive seen from this blog and needless to say, I wouldn't read again if it continues to be this culturally appropriative and racist.