- Relief Brand Review
CBD Oil Review rates the Relief Brand with four stars because it qualifies for the Quality, Mission, Charity & Innovation Badges.
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Relief Brand Review: 60-Second Summary
Relief Brand isn’t like the CBD vendors we see everyday. Sure, they don’t boast anything particularly different, but they’re not your average Joe either. For example, they skip the basic topicals like CBD salve and instead offer specialized serums. And their ingredients are all natural across the board. Imagine that! They also have an awesome nano CBD water that’s pretty affordable compared across the industry (probably why it’s difficult for Relief Brand to keep it in stock). Check out the goods.
** Review Updated 6/14/2019
‘Relief Brand' Brand Review
Relief Brand hails from Wilsonville in Oregon, a state that now rivals Colorado when it comes to hemp production and manufacturing. In fact, most of their hemp is grown in the beautiful Willamette Valley, and when they can’t get it there, they source it from other reputable farms in the U.S. Relief Brand utilizes a cold ethanol extraction process and promises no artificial flavors or preservatives. We checked of course, and they follow through on their all-natural claims. Cheers to American-grown hemp and clean CBD oil!
Unfortunately, we can’t 100% substantiate the clean CBD oil part simply because Relief Brand does not post any independent lab tests online. However, they do claim to conduct extensive testing, including those for potency, pesticides, and residual solvents. We encourage Relief Brand to post these results online to take their transparency to the next level.
Speaking of transparency, Relief Brand prides themselves on providing accurate ingredient information for all their cannabidiol products and once again, they follow through. This isn’t exactly widespread in the CBD industry, so we want to point out that we appreciate the brands doing it right. The company states they know they have a responsibility to provide high-quality products for people seeking to improve their quality of life. They do; they all do, but hearing someone say it is a breath of fresh air.
Relief Brand’s catalog contains both full spectrum and isolate options that range in price from $3 for a bottle of CBD water (this is an excellent price) to $100 for CBD oil tinctures. Their topical serums aren’t run of the mill, with options like the anti-itch and sunburn formulations. The full spectrum CBD tinctures are suspended in a mixture of coconut oil and glycerin, a departure from the standard MCT oil, as are the flavored tinctures for pets. Finally, they sell pure CBD isolate and our favorite product, nano CBD water.
The nano CBD water comes in 25 mg at $6 per bottle and 15 mg at $3 per bottle. In addition to the infusion of full spectrum cannabidiol, Relief Brand’s water is put through a seven-stage purification system and infused with electrolytes and 72 trace minerals. Considering the price of infused water like this without CBD, these products are very reasonably priced and understandably, sell out often.
Relief Brand pays it forward, donating a portion of their total sales to multiple charities. All in all, we like this company that follows through on their promises of quality, all-natural ingredients. They don’t go the common route with their products, and we think that serves them well.
Bottom Line – Relief Brand has a quality line with both full spectrum and isolate options, uncommon CBD topicals, and affordable CBD water. We can’t wait for them to post their independent lab tests online to rank them even higher.
Badges For Relief Brand
Relief Brand sources USA hemp grown without herbicides or chemical fertilizers and uses cold ethanol extraction.
Relief Brand strives to improve quality of life worldwide through affordable, easily accessible CBD products.
Relief Brand donates a portion of total sales to multiple nonprofits, including Animal Welfare Institute and Operation Homefront.
Relief Brand utilizes nanotechnology to process highly bioavailable cannabidiol in their CBD water.
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