defy cbd review

December 15, 2021 By admin Off

Ready to amp up your Powerade with some CBD? Let’s dig in.

We checked out the three drink flavors — all are non-carbonated, naturally flavored, sweetened with erythritol sugar alcohol instead of sugar, and come in 16 oz plastic bottles. Each contains 10% juice and has 20 calories per bottle. There’s a healthy mix of vitamins in each serving, plus 20mg of “performance spectrum hemp extract.” Also of note, each batch is lab tested, and a QR code on the front of the bottle offers results. (However, I had some trouble scanning these codes on some bottles, due to the way the shrinkwrap warped around the plastic, causing distortion.)

Defy CBD Lemonad e – It’s a pretty sweet, almost saccharine rendition of lemonade — very lightly tart but rather candylike. Still, the terpene notes are evident, particularly on your first few sips. The sweetness gets to be a bit much about halfway through the experience, but with some diligence you can push through it. It probably helps if you’re dying of thirst after a long day on the football field. Rating: 7/10.

Defy is a new brand of CBD products pioneered by NFL Hall of Famer and Super Bowl MVP Terrell Davis, who suffered from migraines for years before finding a cure in the form of CBD. Now he’s hawking Gatorade-like performance drinks spiked with CBD, and a topical cream.

Defy CBD Mixed Berry – The intense maraschino cherry note gives this a melted Sucrets character, which is considerably more cloying than the more approachable Lemonade expression. It’s just much too sweet for me, and doesn’t have the moderate refreshing quality that one wants from a “performance” drink. That said, it does manage to completely wipe the terpenes off the palate, if that’s your jam. Rating 5/10.

Defy CBD Orange Mango – Fairly harmless, with a vague “orange drink” flavor to it. Mercifully less sweet than the Mixed Berry flavor, it’s approachable even for the long haul, with only a very modest terpene funk. It kind of works with the tropical mango note, in a tiki drink sorta way. Rating 8/10.

The founders of Defy are working hard to take CBD of the NFL’s list of banned substances, so everybody will hopefully be able to reap the benefits of using CBD in any form. Taking a sample from professional athletes in other sports like Mike Tyson and Joe Montana, Terrell Davis is a strong supporter of the cannabis industry.

Be on the lookout this summer for Defy products when Terrell Davis makes the official brand launch announcement.

8. Best Dog Brand – King Kanine.

Since the brand is not launched, I can only guess what it will entail. From the twitter feed @Defy, I conclude that this brand will sell CBD-based or CBD-infused drinks that are intended for pro-athletes and as an after-workout and recovery drink. So far no one has mentioned Defy tinctures, capsules, or edibles, but this does not necessarily mean that Defy won’t offer these in the future. We know that Defy’s products will be THC-free.

7. Best Priced – Premium Jane.


Check out the top recommendations below before I cover the Defy Drink details!

3. Best Quality – Charlotte’s CBD.

5. Best Full-Spectrum – Joy Organics.

Later, when he found out what hemp oil could do, he took action and started using that instead of the pain pills. He’s been using it regularly and it has greatly helped him and changed his life. How does he use it? Well, he’s using it daily to manage the pain in order to get further relief from years of injuries, as well as keeping the migraines at bay.

This is the brainchild of Terrell Davis, a former pro-athlete for the NFL. During his professional football career, he played as a running back. He claims that he did not know about all the benefits CBD and hemp oil had to offer while suffering through migraines and injuries. He was prescribed the logical choice – painkillers, which he took with reluctance. Those things are garbage and no good for you at all!

It’s my personal opinion that any CBD products should be available to anyone and CBD as a substance should not be listed as a banned substance for any sport. That said, I believe that Defy has a strong market base, as there are almost no CBD infused sports drinks on the market now.

1. Most Potent – CBD Pure Oil.

6. Best Organic – Leef Organics.

To bring the same relief to others, he founded the Defy brand of CBD products. But Defy still hasn’t opened up a local shop just yet. He’s waiting a few more months to officially launch the brand.

What is CBD? Why is it so popular? Is it good for me? How can I take it? These are all questions that millions of Americans want answered – NOW! I have a lot more questions related to CBD that I can’t think of right now as well. The answers to these questions are something anyone with some kind of health issue needs to learn.

What Is Defy?

4. Best Tasting – FOCL CBD.

Seeing that CBD (no, it’s not pot) has become really popular over the last few months, you should look into it while it is still in the early stages. Why do I say that? Well, some big brands will eventually take it under its wings and possibly put a high price on the products. Tough to say though…

Celebrities and pro-athletes are known for endorsing new and promising products, which is the case with many retired athletes today. Retired NFL star Terrell Davis decided to go a different route. He strongly believes that hemp oil is a career-prolonging substance, so he decided to take it upon himself to show to the world how hemp and CBD have helped him by creating his own brand of products. Meet the new Defy drink.

2. Gummies Choice – Not Pot CBD.

One may argue that there are CBD-infused waters, CBD-infused coffees, CBD-infused teas, and you can certainly add CBD oil or CBD isolate to any drink you like. But having a proper sports drink with all the electrolytes and vitamins necessary to boost your body after a workout, and on top of it to be infused with CBD is something that the market has been lacking and Defy will definitely fill the gap. But we’ll all have to wait a few more months before its official launch before we can taste the actual drink and see if it really delivers on its promise to Defy expectation.

Hi, I’m one of the founders and current editor-in-chief of Truth About Hemp. I make sure all our publications are clear, concise, and accurate. I’m exceptionally passionate about natural remedies, health, fitness, and overall wellness. When not researching, I enjoy spending time with my family, preferably outdoors. Whether it’s on a body of water or a mountain, as long as I’m connecting with the earth and my family. I’m happy.