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Receptra CBD Oil Review

Considering Receptra Naturals’ Active Lifestyle Tinctures? Here’s our detailed, in-depth review after several weeks of testing.

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Welcome to our Receptra CBD oil review!

Our team decided to test three CBD oil tinctures from Receptra, the Serious Rest + Chamomile, Seriously Relax + Lavender, and Serious Relief + Turmeric options. All of them are reasonably priced, taste great, and have significant concentrations of CBD.

Most importantly, we were impressed by how effective they were. The tinctures noticeably improved our sleep, helped us relax by elevating our mood, boosted our energy levels, and helped reduce discomfort. These types of results led to our team naming Receptra as having the best CBD oil of 2020.

Receptra CBD Oils

Our favorite CBD oils come from Receptra Naturals for several reasons, especially including their potency.

Thanks to Receptra’s formulation and the high CBD concentration, our team experienced notable results, especially for relaxation, sleep, and general wellbeing.

If you’re looking for a reliable, high-quality tincture, we highly recommend that you try Receptra’s CBD oil.

Table of Contents

  1. Receptra CBD Oil Review
  2. Hemp Quality
  3. Concentration
  4. Packaging
  5. Ingredients
  6. Flavor and Scent
  7. Value
  8. Effectiveness
  9. Conclusion

Receptra CBD Oil Review

We tested three of Receptra’s five CBD oil products: Serious Rest + Chamomile, Seriously Relax + Lavender, and Serious Relief.

All of the CBD oils contain 1 oz of product, but Serious Rest + Chamomile and Seriously Relax + Lavender have 750mg of CBD, while Serious Relief has 2,000mg.

We review CBD tinctures by the quality of their hemp content, CBD concentration, product packaging, ingredients, flavor and scent, value, and effectiveness.

Let’s start with the quality of the hemp extract in Receptra’s tinctures.

(Want to learn more about Receptra Naturals and their products? Check out our full brand review of Receptra Naturals!)

Receptra Naturals Serious Relief + Turmeric 66mg/dose CBD Oil

Concentration

66mg/dose: 2,000mg total

Price

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Ingredients

Organic Hemp Seed Oil, Organic MCT Oil, Organic Avocado Oil, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Grapeseed Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Receptra Hemp Extract, Turmeric (Curcumin), and Organic Flavors (Mint, Berry)

Hemp Quality

Receptra is unlike many other CBD companies in that they only extract cannabinoid content from the hemp flower.

What’s so special about the hemp flower?

The flower produces a resin that is rich with cannabinoids (i.e., CBD), terpenes, and flavonoids; the rest of the hemp plant contains significantly lower concentrations.

Using only the flower is more expensive than using the stalks or leaves, but it’s worth it to Receptra.

“Using the flower gives us the opportunity to provide the best products from the best parts of the hemp plant,” said Lane Radbill, the VP of Marketing at Receptra.

Using the hemp flower, Receptra produces a more potent product than its competitors.

After farmers handpick the hemp flowers, Receptra uses ethanol to extract the oil from them.

Ethanol is a clean and efficient extraction solvent that preserves the terpene content of the hemp extract.

Receptra’s high-quality operation is clean, safe, and efficient, making their products more likely to be effective.

Concentration

We tried both Seriously Relax and Serious Rest, which contain 25mg/serving of cannabinoids, as well as the Serious Relief tincture with 66mg/serving of cannabinoids.

We believe these concentrations of CBD offer substantial potential to provide noticeable results, especially the Serious Relief tincture at 66mg/serving.

Receptra emphasizes efficacy, so it’s no surprise that they formulate their products with significant concentrations.

Value

The tinctures retail for the following prices:

Seriously Relax: $79.99 ($0.107/mg)

Serious Rest: $79.99 ($0.107/mg)

Serious Relief: $149.99 ($0.075/mg)

The Seriously Relax and Serious Rest tinctures are slightly pricier than we prefer, but the cost makes sense for the quality that Receptra offers.

On the other hand, for 2,000mg of top-notch CBD oil, Serious Relief is well-priced and cost-efficient.

Packaging

Each tincture comes in a box with its corresponding color and information.

The boxes offer supplement facts, an ingredient list, an FDA disclaimer statement, and a QR code that brings customers directly to their product’s third-party lab results.

The tincture labels are a simpler version of the box with the addition of a batch number on the bottom of the botte.

Ingredients

Ingredients in Serious Rest include: Organic MCT Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Receptra Hemp Extract, Organic Flavors (Vanilla, Peppermint), Natural Flavor (Chamomile), Valerian Root Extract, and Organic Linalool.

The ingredients in Seriously Relax are: Organic MCT Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Receptra Hemp Extract, Organic Limonene, Organic Passion Flower Extract, and Organic Flavors (Lime, Ginger, Lavender).

Serious Relief contains: Organic Hemp Seed Oil, Organic MCT Oil, Organic Avocado Oil, Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Organic Grapeseed Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Receptra Hemp Extract, Turmeric (Curcumin), and Organic Flavors (Mint, Berry).

Each of these formulas contains synergistic herbal ingredients (i.e., valerian root extract, passion flower extract, and turmeric) as well as added terpenes like linalool and limonene.

These formulations are impressive, and they show that Receptra is a step ahead of most brands in the CBD industry.

Receptra Serious Rest + Chamomile CBD Oil

Concentration

25mg/dose: 750mg total

Price

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Ingredients

Organic MCT Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Receptra Hemp Extract, Organic Flavors (Vanilla, Peppermint), Natural Flavor (Chamomile), Valerian Root Extract, and Organic Linalool

Taste

Serious Rest has vanilla mint flavoring.

The mint is subtle and strikes a pleasant balance between the two.

Seriously Relax has a moderate ginger lime flavor that in itself made us feel peppy.

Serious Relief is our favorite flavor, which is mint berry.

All of the flavors effectively masked the bitterness of hemp almost completely.

Effectiveness

Our team took 1-2 dropperfuls of Serious Rest about an hour before sleeping for multiple nights.

Overall, it seemed to moderately improve our sleep.

With Seriously Relax, team members took 1 dropperful during the day at any time they needed it.

Our team reported that they had a more focused energy throughout the day.

We found that Serious Relief was the most effective.

Some team members took anywhere from 1-3 dropperfuls.

The results seemed to be significant across the board as we were in a better mood, felt significantly calmer, and did not notice discomfort or soreness as much.

Pros & Cons

Pros for the Receptra CBD oils:

  • High-quality hemp flower
  • High concentrations
  • Reasonable price per mg
  • Excellent formulations
  • Great taste
  • Noticeably effective

Cons for the Receptra CBD oils:

  • Somewhat expensive upfront costs

Receptra Seriously Relax + Lavender CBD Oil

Concentration

25mg/dose: 750mg total

Price

Click “Learn More” to see the current price.

Ingredients

Organic MCT Oil, Organic Sunflower Oil, Receptra Hemp Extract, Organic Limonene, Organic Passion Flower Extract, and Organic Flavors (Lime, Ginger, Lavender)

Conclusion

Our team was thoroughly impressed with the quality and effectiveness of Receptra’s CBD oils.

Receptra creates their CBD oil with only the best ingredients and has perfected a process that produces a clean, safe hemp oil while preserving its potency.

Despite this high-quality, the tinctures are well-priced in comparison with similar products from other companies.

Also, these tinctures provided the most tangible effects several members of our team ever noticed with CBD oil.

As a result, we ranked Receptra as having the best CBD oil of 2020.

With all that said, we are more than happy to give a full-hearted recommendation of Receptra’s CBD oil.

Want to learn more about Receptra and what they have to offer? Then check out our comprehensive Receptra Naturals review!

Disclaimer: The content on this site is for informational purposes only. We are not medical experts and nothing should be construed as medical advice. Be sure to speak with your physician before taking CBD or any other treatment.

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The mission of The CBD Insider is to provide consumers with a way to find high-quality, safe, and well-formulated CBD products. Our editorial team of passionate industry professionals achieves this mission by providing unbiased, trustworthy, and well-researched reporting about the CBD industry.

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Our Guide to the 10 Best CBD Oil for Dogs

Does CBD oil work to calm stressed dogs as well as to relieve their pains? This post helps answer that question.

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CBD News Roundup: NFLPA Warns Players Not to Endorse CBD

Here’s the latest CBD news: The NFL Players Association has sent a letter to its members advising them not to endorse CBD products. Nine Congress members have issued a letter to the DEA urging it to revise its proposed hemp regulations. The USDA has approved the hemp cultivation plans for six more states and three… View Article

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Here’s the latest CBD news:

  • The NFL Players Association has sent a letter to its members advising them not to endorse CBD products.
  • Nine Congress members have issued a letter to the DEA urging it to revise its proposed hemp regulations.
  • The USDA has approved the hemp cultivation plans for six more states and three more Indian reservations after delaying its deadline to 2021.

Table of Contents

  1. NFL Players Warned Not To Endorse CBD Products
  2. Nine Congress Members Urge The DEA To Revise Proposed Hemp Regulations
  3. USDA Approves Hemp Cultivation Plans For Six States & Three Indian Tribes

NFL Players Warned Not To Endorse CBD Products

The NFL Players Association (NFLPA) has told its athletes that it does not advise endorsing products that contain CBD or other cannabinoids. 

In an email sent last week, the NFLPA notified members that it has updated its Commercial Substances Policies and Endorsements section to read: “NFL players, coaches, and other employees must not endorse or appear in advertisements for alcoholic beverages, tobacco, or cannabinoid products.”

The World Anti-Doping Agency removed CBD as a banned substance in 2018. Since, many athletes have landed endorsement deals with CBD companies, including Baker Mayfield, quarterback for the Cleveland Browns, who last week announced his role as brand ambassador for the CBD brand Beam. According to a Front Office Sports report, it was Mayfield’s deal that sparked the NFLPA letter and changes in language. 

Fellow NFL player and Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end, Rob Gronkowski, is among the other athletes who have endorsement deals with CBD brands.

Nine Congress Members Urge DEA To Revise Hemp Rules

Nine members of Congress have issued a letter to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to request revisions to its proposed hemp regulations.

The DEA released its interim final rule on hemp crops in August, saying the new regulations were an update to comply with the 2018 Farm Bill. However, hemp advocates and stakeholders are concerned over some language in the rule.

The letter was spearheaded by Reps. David Joyce (R-OH) and Denver Riggleman (R-VA) and pointed specifically to the processing of hemp extracts. In the new DEA rule, “any such material that contains greater than 0.3% of Δ9-THC on a dry weight basis remains controlled in schedule I.” 

Some in the industry believe this language could criminalize hemp extract at a specific point in the extraction process when THC levels can surge beyond the legal threshold of 0.3% by dry weight, despite the extract again complying with the standard once it becomes a finished product.

The letter states: “Our offices have received countless calls from constituents involved in the hemp industry who are extremely fearful that simply following the provisions of the Farm Bill will result in criminal liability under the IFR. The IFR will likely have the effect of inhibiting these nascent state hemp programs thereby harming those American companies and workers who chose to pursue careers in the hemp industry and made significant investments to effectuate those aspirations.”

The authors requested a resolution as quickly as possible, adding “DEA must revise the IFR to eliminate the ambiguities set forth above and provide peace of mind to all Americans who have chosen to pursue a career in the hemp industry.”

Other Congressmen who signed the letter include reps. Rodney Davis (R-IL), Morgan Griffith (R-VA), Glenn Grothman (R-WI), Don Young (R-AK), Anthony Gonzalez (R-OH), Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), and Matt Gaetz (R-FL).

Last week, the Hemp Industries Association and CBD brand RE Botanicals filed a lawsuit to block the DEA’s ruling.

The public comment period on the DEA’s proposed rules update ended this week but received more than 3,300 submissions. 

USDA Approves Hemp Cultivation Plans For Six States & Three Indian Tribes

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved the hemp cultivation plans of six more states and three Indian tribes.

States that received approval include:

  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Michigan
  • New Mexico
  • Oklahoma
  • South Dakota

While the tribes are:

  • Comanche Nation
  • San Carlos Apache Tribe of Arizona
  • Seminole Nation of Oklahoma

With the nine additions, there are now 69 approved plans in total. 

The USDA issued its Interim Final Rule on hemp in the fall of 2019 to align with the 2018 Farm Bill provisions.

While the agency issued a Nov. 1, 2020 deadline for states and tribes to gain federal approval, the deadline was recently extended to 2021, allowing states to operate under the 2014 Farm Bill.

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CBD News: Congressional members sent DEA letter asking for clarity on hemp extraction rule

Nine members of Congress have asked the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration for clarity on a rule the hemp industry says will wrongly criminalize production of extracts in some cases. The letter asks DEA administrator Timothy Shea to protect hemp producers. “The DEA must specify their requirements and streamline hemp directives by clarifying the legal means […]

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Nine members of Congress have asked the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration for clarity on a rule the hemp industry says will wrongly criminalize production of extracts in some cases. The letter asks DEA administrator Timothy Shea to protect hemp producers. “The DEA must specify their requirements and streamline hemp directives by clarifying the legal means […]

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