- Relive Everyday Review
CBD Oil Review rates the Relive Everyday Brand with five stars because it qualifies for the Quality, Mission, Innovation, Charity & Safety Badges.
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Relive Everyday: 60-Second Summary
Relive Everyday is driven not only by producing a product that helps give others control of their own wellness, but on creating and promoting positive change, generally. And the company’s product is truly a manifestation of those hopes, with quality and safe cannabidiol mixed into innovative items that are specifically approved to help families affected by Autism. It’s a five-for-five badge earner, proving that it’s not impossible to have it all.
Relive Everyday Brand Review
We here at COR may have high standards, but Relive Everyday proves that living up to them is not impossible.
The company hits every mark on our matrix of success, thanks to its compassionate corporate philosophy, and the business plan that stems from it.
For starters, an extensive list of third-party lab test results for each of their CBD oil batches proves that their cannabidiol products are indeed as safe as advertised, free of any pesticides, residual solvents, or heavy metals. And the company’s fastidious extraction routine puts its CBD oil isolate through two of the industry’s safest methods—CO2 extraction and high performance liquid chromatography—to separate the cannabidiol from the hemp plant, then remove the THC (while maintaining the rest of the beneficial plant compounds), respectively. The two-part method was also partly responsible for the company’s 2018 Innovation Award, delivered by the Hemp Industries Association.
Relive Everyday also showcases its philanthropic ethos in its partnership with the nonprofit Autism Hope Alliance, which helps companies develop specific plans and products to promote Autism awareness and help Autism-affected families.
As for the products themselves, the inventory spans from CBD oil tinctures to CBD gummies to cannabidiol topical sprays, with each line coming in an array of flavors and strengths. Product pages are full of good information, including an extensive explanation of the item, lab results, FAQs and a full ingredients list, and each product is made from safe and all-natural ingredients. (We will note, however, that the company’s CBD gummies are not vegetarian nor diabetic-friendly, as they incorporate both gelatin and corn syrup.)
For all that, the items are well within the industry average price range, spanning from $40 for a jar of 10mg CBD gummies to $130 for a 1800mg CBD oil tincture.
Bottom line: Relive Everyday is a well-rounded company which actually practices the philanthropic philosophy it preaches. The company does well for its customers, with a store full of quality and safe products, as well as the extended Autism community, thanks to its partnership with the nonprofit Autism Hope Alliance. An example worth following.
Badges For Relive Everyday
Relive Everyday partners with the nonprofit Autism Hope Alliance, which helps develop educational, financial, and volunteer programs for each company involved to promote Autism awareness.
Relive Everyday operates on a people – and health-centric philosophy, dedicated to delivering a product that will give others agency over their own wellness.
All of Relive Everyday’s hemp is grown in Colorado, and cannabidiol is extracted from the plant using the industry standard CO2 method.
Each batch of the company’s CBD oil is accompanied by an up-to-date Certificate of Analysis (CoA) accounting for the absence of residual solvents, heavy metals, and pesticides in the mix.
Relive Everyday was nominated for an Innovation Award by the Hemp Industries Association in 2018.
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