Veterans Appreciation Program
At Receptra, we honor the men and women who selflessly choose to serve our country. In appreciation of this service, we have created the Receptra Naturals™ Veterans Appreciation Program for all active and retired military personnel.
Through this program, service members receive 15% off all Receptra Naturals pure hemp CBD products, including topicals, tinctures and pet products. Every Receptra product is included in the program – there are no exclusions to the Veterans Appreciation discount and it is unlimited. This discount will never expire, since we believe that every service person who could experience a benefit from CBD has earned the right to have safe and affordable access to high-quality, consistent, efficacious hemp CBD products.
Apply for the Receptra Naturals Veterans Appreciation Program by sending us one of the following proof of service documents:
Veteran Identification Card (VIC) - active duty, National Guard, Reserves, IRR, or retiree
Veteran Health Identification Card (VHIC)
Veteran Choice Card
Military Dependent ID (DD Form 1173)
Veteran designation (identifying mark) on state-issued driver’s license or ID
Most recent "LES" (pay stub) for active duty
A Receptra customer care team member will reach out to confirm your discount and provide any additional information. Your discount will be automatically applied to the retail prices listed on our website when you log in to your Receptra Naturals account.
At Receptra, we are committed to giving back to the communities that we serve. Your purchase of our high-quality, premium CBD hemp extract products helps to support our nonprofit partners. We select organizations taking meaningful action to stand up for our environment, strengthen communities and help farmers and their families.
Please see below for more information on our partner organization Mission K9 Rescue, an animal welfare group dedicated to rescuing, reuniting, re-homing, repairing, and rehabilitating American Working Dogs who have served mankind in some capacity.
Learn more at www.MissionK9Rescue.org.