Sunday Scaries Review 2020

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9
Customer Service
8
Kimberly Sharpe
Written by Kimberly Sharpe, CBD Journalist
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The Bottom Line

Sunday Scaries was officially founded in June of 2017. The goals of the founders were a little different than other CBD companies. They wanted to be completely transparent, offer easy dosing of all their products and i inject a little humor into the almost clinical realm of CBD brands. CBD is often used for relaxation and to balance the user’s moods, so Sunday Scaries is dedicated to focusing on the mood that their brand inspires. Their average price per milligram is around $0.20 which makes it comparable to most mid-price range brands. 

The name, “Sunday Scaries” refers to the feelings of anxiety that often overwhelms people when they start to think of the coming week as their weekend winds down on Sunday. The tongue in cheek name quickly started to draw people’s attention and the brand gained notoriety in the CBD world. Currently, Sunday Scaries offers a product line that includes CBD oils, gummies, oil tincture, edible candy, and CBD infused energy drinks. They also manufacture and sell dog treats, but the items are marketed under the name FOMO Bones. FOMO Bones is also owned by the founders of Sunday Scaries. 

Only USA grown hemp goes into Sunday Scaries product line. They use CO2 extraction to pull the cannabinoids from the hemp fibers. The CO2 extraction process is solvent free, so it creates an exceptionally pure product. The products undergo stringent third party laboratory testing through Infinite Chemical Analysis Labs. The Certificate of Analysis for each product is printed on their website with each product description, but there but there is no batch number printed on the COA. The COAs are presented for each product, and not for each brand.

The Sunday Scaries products are all broad spectrum. They contain no THC but are rich in other cannabinoids. Every product offered by the brand also contains Vitamins B12 and Vitamin D3. B12 is believed to help regulate the body’s immune system and D3 is said to alleviate pain, ease depression, and boost the immune system.

Pros: Cons:
  • Excellent money back guarantee
  • Monthly subscription plan saves money
  • Free shipping on orders over $69 (takes 7 to 10 days)
  • Solvent free CO2 extraction
  • Limited product choices
  • All products contain either sugar or an organic sweetener (stevia)
  • No high dosage products available
  • No live chat feature
  • COA reports aren’t available for all batches
  • CBD content isn’t clearly listed on all product labels

Specs

Consumption Method
Oil & Tinctures, Vapes & Liquids, Gummies & Edibles, Other
Hemp Source
Family hemp farms in Colorado
CBD Strength
50 mg - 500 mg, Oils & Tinctures: 16.6 mg/ml, Gummies & Edibles: 10 mg per gummy
Offers Tastes
No
Price Per Mg CBD
$0.12 - $0.22
Military Veteran Discount
No
Extract Types
Broad Spectrum
Money Back Guarantee
Yes
Price Range
$19 - $75
Samples
No
CBD Extract Method
CO2
Worldwide Shipping
USA
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About the Company

Beau Schmitt and Mike Sill where typical bar owners who were stressing about opening a second establishment. They struggled with vetting contractors, outlining a firm business plan, and coming up with the capital needed to run another business. Many long days and sleepless nights were spent on the project which caused them to experience mild to severe panic attacks. To handle their own turmoil, they started to explore CBD products. A good friend named Garrett was the first to introduce them to CBD. The CBD helped the duo relax and feel calmer. With zero side effects, they were quickly sold on the benefits of CBD.

At that time, CBD commanded a high price. One bottle of CBD water was $8. Also, CBD powders required a scale and intricate measuring skills to achieve the correct dosage. CBD tinctures were available online but there was very little information about the products. They could not find proper dosage or even basic information. There was no guarantee of purity in any of the products that they came across. They felt discouraged with then current CBD choices, so they decided to form their own CBD company. Complete transparency would be their focus with easy to dose products. In addition, they wanted their CBD line to bring a smile to people’s faces. They wanted there to be a touch of humor which is why they went with the name, “Sunday Scaries.’

Sunday Scaries provides a great deal of good information on their product pages. You’ll find general information, ingredients, reviews, and suggestions on how to use each product. Using as an example their gummies; they recommend taking one to three gummies per day. They suggest placing a ⅓ if a dropper of oil under your tongue and holding it for at least 10 seconds to encourage sublingual absorption.

On each product page, you can click on the lab report to view the Certificate of Analysis that has been issued by a third party laboratory. The lab reports clearly show CBD and THC levels, terpene profile, heavy metal screening, and microbiological screening. The lab results clearly show that the products are free from any solvent residuals, e coli, or yeast.

Product labels do not provide a great deal of information and seem rather basic. You’ll find the supplement information such as calories. There are also additional ingredients listed on the label. For example, the AF Vegan Gummies show vitamin B12 and D. The labels fail to mention dosage or CBD content on certain products such as their gummies. The labels on their tinctures do list CBD content. However, their website is informative and you can find information on the various products on their product pages.

Sunday Scaries has only been in business since 2017, but they are already making a name for themselves. Their website is well designed and easy to navigate. You can quickly find the necessary data and information that you require prior to making a purchase.

The address of the business was easy to find, as was the phone number.

Manufacturing Process

Sunday Scaries uses only organically grown (according to the company) Colorado hemp that is not USDA certified. All of the hemp is cultivated on family owned farms.They do not own the farms.

After purchase, they use CO2 extraction to lift away the cannabinoids from the hemp plant’s fibers. CO2 extraction is considered the gold standard of extraction processes. It is completely solvent less and environmentally friendly. They manufacture only broad spectrum oils that are 100% THC free. Vitamin B12 and D3 are infused into all their products. They also use coconut oil as a carrier in some of their items. All the ingredients found in the Sunday Scaries line are organic. They never use artificial additives. The Yolo Energy drinks offered by Sunday Scaries contain CBD, Vitamin B12, Vitamin D3, and caffeine.

All products at Sunday Scaries undergo third party laboratory testing. They rely on Infinite Chemical Analysis Labs to perform the testing. However, despite their goal of complete transparency, you’ll find all the laboratory results/COA only for select batches posted online. The COA does not list a batch number.

In order to view the lab results, you simply click on the link to view or download the Certificate of Analysis (COA).

We looked over the lab results for Sunday Scaries CBD Oil with vitamins and found that it contained 516mg of CBD which is not exactly comparable to the 500mg placed on the label but is an acceptable variance. Usually a 10 percent variance is nothing to worry about. Also, we looked over the lab results for the Vegan CBD Gummies with Vitamins and found that it contains 97.94 mg of CBD, for 10 gummies. However, they do not offer a 10 gummy package, only 20 gummy packages. They do not list the CBD ratio on the label but they state it should be 20 gummies at a ratio of 10 mg of CBD per gummy according to their website. Which means it should contain 200 mg CBD. For 10 gummies → 100 mg CBD which is an acceptable variance.

When comparing these lab results, we were unable to identify the exact batch number.

The chemical residue screening is well within the acceptable range. It means that there is no significant chemical residue in the batch tested.

The heavy metal screening is also well within the acceptable range. The batch shows no significant heavy metal content.

Range of Products

Sunday Scaries does not have a massive range of products that a lot of other CBD brands offer. Their standard gummies are $31 for a bottle of 20 and their vegan gummies are $34 for a bottle of 20, which works out to $0.29 per mg. A bottle of CBD oil with 500mgs of CBD is $64, which works out to $0.12 per mg. Unicorn Jerky CBD Candy is $19 per bag, which works out to $0.19 per milligram. The Yolo Energy shots are $64 for a 12 pack containing a total of 600mg per pack which works out to only $0.10 per milligram. CBD bath bombs are $59 for a three pack which works out to $0.32 per milligram. Many people might consider the limited options a drawback, but clearly, the company focuses on only offering the best.

  • Gummies: You can choose between standard or vegan gummies. Each bottle contains 20 tasty candy treats that are loaded with 10mg of CBD per gummy. Each bite size nugget has a tropical fruit flavor. Their Vegan AF CBD gummies are fortified with broad spectrum CBD and Vitamin D3 and B12. They have no gelatin or animal products. The gummies are flavored like a sour gumdrop that is both sweet and mouth puckeringly sour. Their standard gummies appear as tiny bears. They do not meet the vegan criteria, but the chewy bears are sweet when consumed. Both the standard and vegan gummies are sweetened using pure cane sugar, so if you are a diabetic please be aware of this fact. The gummies run $31 to $34 per bottle which is about $0.16 to $0.17 per milligram

  • Oil Tinctures: Sunday Scaries CBD Oil with vitamins features 500mg of CBD which works out to 10mg per serving. In addition, the oil tincture contains Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D3. The broad spectrum oil is 100 percent THC free. It is mixed with coconut oil and contains stevia as a sweetener. The product is also gluten free. It costs $64 per bottle which works out to $0.12 per milligram.

Sunday Scaries Tincture
CBD Amount Range
From 16.6 mg/ml
Price Range
$64 - $75
Price Per Mg CBD
From $0.15
THC Concentration
< 0%
CBD Per Serving
15 mg - 50 mg
Time to Impact
15 minutes - 30 minutes
Offers Tastes
No
Additional Information
Non GMO, Pesticide Free, Vegan, Gluten Free, CO2
Extract Types
Broad Spectrum
Overal Bottle Volume Range
From 29.5 ml

  • Candy: The Unicorn Jerky CBD Candy comes in a pack of ten brightly colored rainbow belts. Each belt of the chewy candy contains 10mg of CBD. The candy belts contain coconut oil and pure cane sugar. The candy belts are also supposed to offer a quick burst of energy as well as CBD. The candy runs $19 per bag which works out to $0.19 per milligram.
  • Energy Shots: Sold in 12 packs, the CBD Energy Shots contain 50mg of CBD per shot plus caffeine. The energy shots are supposed to provide an energy burst without any feelings of jitteriness due to the relaxing qualities of the CBD. Each shot also contains Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Ginseng, Taurine, 5-HTP, and organic green coffee beans. They contain no THC. The shots are available in three flavors: coconut lime, tropical pineapple, and fruit punch. They cost $64 for 12 drinks which works out to $0.32 per milligram

  • Bath Bombs: Sink into a hot bath with one of these multi-colored bear shaped bath bombs. Each one contains 50mg of CBD. The bath bomb is mixed with coconut oil, Italian lemon essential oil, orange essential oil, lavender essential oil, and peppermint essential oil. The fragrance is a subtle blend of vanilla and black raspberry. The bath bombs are available in a three or six pack. They charge $59 for three bombs which works out to $0.21 per milligram.
  • Bundles: The company offer several affordable bundles. The Dawn to Yawn bundle contains a 500 mg tincture and OG gummies along with Vegan AF gummies. The bundle costs $131 for a one time purchase or you can subscribe to their monthly plan for $99 per month. Their Dynamic Duo bundle contains one bottle of gummies and one bottle of Vegan AF gummies. The price is $71. Their Man’s Best Friend bundle is for the pooch in your life and yourself. It contains OG CBD gummies and FOMO Bones. The price is $72. Their Side Piece bundle contains one tincture and a bottle of gummies. It sells for a one time purchase price of $102 or a monthly subscription price of $86. Their Full Chill bundle contains a bottle of gummies, a bottle of Vegan AF gummies, a CBD tincture, and a bag of FOMO bones for your dog. The one time purchase price is $167 for the bundle. The Side Piece bundle is ideal for beginners because it is affordable at $102 one time purchase or $99 for a monthly prescription. The bundle provides their standard gummies and one tincture so a newbie can decide which delivery method they like best.

Buying Experience

When you first land on Sunday Scaries website, you are offered a discount of 15 percent on your first order if you enter your email address. You’ll be given a coupon code to enter at checkout to receive the savings.

The buying experience with Sunday Scaries is a breeze. You simply pick your items and choose if you want a one time purchase or a monthly subscription plan. On some items, you can also choose the quantity such as a two-pack of oil tinctures for additional savings. Once the item is in your shopping cart, you can head to the checkout section of the website by clicking on the cart in the upper right hand corner.

At checkout, you will need to enter your personal information for shipping. Plus, you must choose your method of payment and shipping option. Standard shipping is always free and it typically takes seven to 10 days.

The products are shipped in a black box that states ‘Sunday Scaries’ in white. When you open the box, it is filled with colorful confetti that acts as a packing material. However, their individual items were not wrapped in bubble wrap or any additional cushioning.

When you buy in bulk or subscribe to Sunday Scaries, you receive a considerable discount. You can also sign up for their referral program to collect points on each purchase that you can use towards future purchases. This is a great way to save if you plan on being a frequent customer.

If you are a frequent CBD buyer, then you’ll be happy to learn that Sunday Scaries offers a monthly subscription plan that lowers the price of all their products considerably and provides free shipping. With the monthly subscription plan, all things are auto renewed and sent to you without ever having to place a new order.

Sunday Scaries offers a 30-day money back guarantee. You can try the product, but if you are not satisfied then you can return it for a full refund. With or without the monthly subscription plan, the prices are very affordable. In addition, you receive free shipping on all items. The overall buying experience is quick and easy. They offer excellent customer service.

We wish that they offered a live chat as so many other CBD brands do. However, there is an online message page where you can quickly send questions or inquiries directly to Sunday Scaries. You can also call them at 619-892-7174. I called the customer service number to ask about the average time for shipping in the USA and I was told it takes about seven to 10 days to process and ship the order. I called them on the phone during business hours and they promptly answered. The customer service representative was very friendly and helpful. A week later, I again called the customer service number to ask about USDA certification. I spoke with a gentleman who accidently disconnected the call. However, I called back and he kindly provided me with the information that I was seeking.

The company’s headquarters are in San Diego, California. Their email support address is: Happiness@sundayscaries.com

Products Reviewed

In this review, we are going to look closely at a few of Sunday Scaries leading products.

Sunday Scaries Vegan CBD Gummies with Vitamins

Each bottle contains 20 gummies that are shaped like classic gumdrops in yellow, orange, red, and green. The chewie gummies have a sour fruity flavor that most people find very pleasant. Each gummy is a yummy candy treat that is packed with 10mg of CBD per gummy plus Vitamin B12 and Vitamin D3. The gummy also contains sunflower oil and pure organic oil. The chewy nugget has the perfect blend of sour and sweet. You can pop one for yummy flavor and a CBD boost whenever you need it.

The Vegan gummies from Sunday Scaries contain no gelatin or animal products. They are all natural. The price of the gummies is $34 per bottle, which is about $0.29 per milligram.

Sunday Scaries CBD Oil with Vitamins

The CBD oil tincture contains 500mg of CBD and works out to 10mg per serving. Also, it contains stevia (a sweetener), coconut oil, Vitamin B12, and Vitamin D3. The oil is clear and has a very mild, almost sweet flavor.

The CBD oil tincture comes with a glass dropper that is easy to use. They suggest using ⅓ of a dropper full of oil and placing it under your tongue for 10 seconds. If you don’t want to use it sublingually, then Sunday Scaries suggests mixing it into a drink or a smoothie. You can even put the tincture into a skin lotion and smooth it across your skin’s surface for rapid dermal absorption. A single bottle costs $64 which works out to $0.12 per milligram.

Sunday Scaries Yolo CBD Energy Shot with Vitamins

Everywhere you turn nowadays you will encounter energy drinks, so you are probably wondering what is so special about Sunday Scaries Yolo CBD Energy Shots. Yolo’s don’t just have caffeine but also CBD. Together, the CBD and caffeine form a partnership to pick you up while still relaxing you.

We tried all three of the Yolo Energy Shot flavors: coconut lime, tropical pineapple, and fruit punch. Each one was yummy but not overpoweringly sweet. The drinks come loaded with Vitamin B12, Vitamin B6, Ginseng, Taurine, 5-HTP, and organic green coffee beans. The Yolo Energy Shots are sold in a 12 pack of one individual flavor.

On Sunday Scaries website they explain how the CBD energy shots work within your body. When ingested, the CBD works directly with the body’s endocannabinoid system. The body’s ECS system works to regulate your moods. The ECS system is made up of two receptors; CB1 and CB2. CBD appears to have a very positive effect on the CB2 receptors. The CBD is believed to bring calm, so you don’t have the jitters that you often experience with straight caffeine energy drinks. Sunday Scaries is confident that they have managed to create a perfect blend of caffeine and CBD in their Yolo Energy Shots. They cost $64 for 12 drinks which works out to $0.32 per milligram

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About The Authors
Kimberly Sharpe
Kimberly Sharpe
CBD Journalist
Kimberly Sharpe was born and raised in Oregon where she became a strong advocate for the legalization of medicinal and recreational marijuana. now, living in the sunshine state of Florida, she continues to push for nationwide cannabis reform and federal legalization. Through her writing, she strives to educate and enlighten readers about the cannabis plant and its many uses.
Leonard Haberman
Leonard Haberman
Physician & Chemist
Dr. Leonard Haberman is a physician and chemist who has been involved in solving chemical and medical problems for 43 years. He graduated from New York University as a dual major in chemistry and biology and went on to obtain a PhD in chemistry from the University of Minnesota where his focus was synthetic methods. He returned to the university in 2005, graduating with an MD degree in 2009. He has published in the open literature. He holds two patents and currently works as a consultant, assisting clients with projects within the disciplines of medicine and chemistry that have potential business applications.

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