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The brand’s mission is to simply offer the best CBD products to help customers find relief. The brand also aims to educate consumers on how CBD and how it can be used to improve their lives.

Even though CBD is commonly used to help alleviate the pain that stems from a host of medical conditions, it’s important to note that it is not taken with the express intention to cure any of those medical conditions.

The CBD Break, who sponsors our article, has no affiliation with the brands mentioned below.

HIGHLIGHTS:

FAB’s founder and staff have many years of experience in the health, nutrition, and fitness industries. The company creates CBD products according to a high set of standards that it never deviates from. FAB has a fresh-smelling, highly-effective topical cream that contains 600mg of CBD per jar, a top-shelf line of CBD oils in varying strengths and flavors, top-rated CBD gummies for both anytime and nighttime, Calm & Cool CBD dog treats, and an amazing new line of CBD-free Green Vegan Superfoods.

Premium Jane is located in Arizona. The brand’s mission is to educate and engage the CBD community about the natural, beneficial properties of organic hemp products.

Pain comes in many different forms. While some individuals suffer from short-term general muscle aches and joint pain, others regularly deal with deep and chronic pain that stems from various medical conditions like fibromyalgia, Crohn’s Disease, epilepsy, arthritis, and other painful inflammatory conditions.

Premium Jane has a line of CBD topical creams in cocoa butter and eucalyptus, CBD oils, capsules, and gummies. According to the company’s website, all of the products are crafted from a controlled, regulated industrial hemp supply.

Erin Hamm is the founder of Subscription Box Mom where she reviews and shares her love of subscription boxes with others through a website and a YouTube channel with over 42k subscribers. Her site features a list of free subscription boxes to explore. In addition to her subscription box business, she co-owns an online clothing store, Splendidis Boutique. When she is not working, she loves spending time with her husband and two boys.

Valerie Valentine, a professional art therapist, curates this monthly box designed to help you find emotional balance amid the demands of our daily lives. Each box comes with an information card, emotional support practice card, make-your-own candle kit, gem and essential oil, tea blend, affirmation cards and an art therapy activity.
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This fitness-inspired box offers exercise enthusiasts a new way to discover their favorite supplements and gear. Each monthly box includes workouts, recipes, training tips, fitness apparel, supplements and gear.
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Erin Hamm

The top 10 winners in the category Best Health & Wellness Subscription Box are as follows:

Erin Hamm is the founder of Subscription Box Mom where she reviews and shares her love of subscription boxes with others through a website and a YouTube channel with over 42k subscribers. Her site features a list of free subscription boxes to explore. In addition to her subscription box business, she co-owns an online clothing store, Splendidis Boutique. When she is not working, she loves spending time with her husband and two boys.

A panel of experts partnered with 10Best editors to pick the initial nominees, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote.

Congratulations to all these winning boxes!

The Products: USDA-certified organic, full-spectrum CBD oil drops in various flavors, softgels, and coconut oil.

The Cost: $84.99 per month. Save with longer subscriptions. Sign up here!

CBD Oils & More

I use Lazarus Naturals. They are 3rd party independently certified to contain exactly what they say it is.
Reddit CBD subreddit has a wiki with all the companies that test their product via 3rd party independent. They also have links to the results.
Always check before you buy!

Check out our Lucky Box Club details page for more info. Ships to the U.S.

Here’s a link to an article about the poor woman. Not sure if I’m allowed to post links.