While I technically don't keep my vitamins in my closet, I am an affiliate with them, which means that every time someone clicks my link to purchase them, I receive a commission.
I had been using Ritual for nearly three months before I became an affiliate with them. I had been looking for a new multi-vitamin for a few months, and considering that I have a condition known as MTHFR, it was a struggle for me because I can only process methyl-folate. Most vitamin companies that make multi-vitamins use folic acid, which is harder for our bodies to process, and for people with MTHFR like me, it's impossible to process folic acid at all. Ordering Ritual through their website was easy, and three days later a box arrived in my mailbox with my vitamins.
Cons of Ritual
I have to honestly say, the only con I can see with Ritual is the price. It costs $30 per month, so your cost is about $1/day. Personally, the vitamins I replaced with Ritual did cost more, so for me it wasn't a true con, but of course, every person's financial situation is different. You take two vitamins per day, and while you can take them at different times, they do recommend taking them together at the same time.
Pros of Ritual
I fell in love with Ritual, which is why when I learned that they had an affiliate program I felt compelled to apply. Within the first month, my baby hairs started growing back, I had more energy, and overall I felt healthier. The vitamins are also infused with a minty tab, which makes them easier to swallow and there's no weird after taste. Their ingredients come from trusted sources, and are non-GMO, vegan, and gluten/allergy free. They also do not contain synthetic fillers or colorants. Also, these vitamins are made in the USA, which I personally love because I love to support American businesses.
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