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Frequently Asked Questions

How does RaveAid work?


Select ingredients increase serotonin production to prevent depletion and improve experience. Antioxidants work together to eliminate harmful free radicals and promote rapid recovery. Vitamins and minerals naturally increase energy, boost the immune system, and minimize muscle cramping or jaw clenching.*

When should I take RaveAid?

Proactive Protection: Take RaveAid before intense physical and mental stimulation to boost natural vitality, minimize muscle cramping, and protect against toxic damage.*

Complete Restoration: Take RaveAid after depletion to restore essential nutrients, promote rapid recovery, and ensure healthy brain function.*

This is what we recommend as an ideal suggested use:
Two days before1 serving
One day before1 serving
Event day1 serving 4-6 hours after event
One day after1 serving
Two days after1 serving
We recommend taking each serving in the evening, prior to sleep.

This is only what we suggest. Some people prefer taking RaveAid more days in advance, and others prefer to take it only following an event.

How are products from RaveAid.com shipped?

Shipped in discrete packaging, we deliver worldwide from the USA. Orders are shipped within 24 hours of purchase, and we offer 3 flat rate shipping options:

  • US Regular Ground (4-6 days)
  • US Expedited Air (2 days)
  • International Regular (6-15 days)

Shipments are made Monday through Friday. Weekend delivery is not available. All “Regular” shipments are sent via USPS First Class Mail. International orders to some countries may take longer than 15 days and may be subject to duties and/or taxes.

Is RaveAid Safe?

Absolutely! RaveAid is a natural dietary supplement that can help make your experience safer by boosting and replenishing your body with important nutrients.*All of RaveAid’s ingredients are on the FDA GRAS (Generally Regarded As Safe) list and are available without prescription. RaveAid is manufactured in the U.S.A. under the guidelines of United States Pharmacopoeia (U.S.P.), Current Good Manufacturing Practices (c.G.M.P.), and the Standard Operating Procedures (S.O.P.). RaveAid is manufactured in FDA approved facility that is licensed by U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Is the product guaranteed?

Yes! All orders purchased through RaveAid.com are backed by our 45-day 110% money back guarantee from the date of purchase. If in the unlikely event you are not completely satisfied with RaveAid, you can return any number of unopened packages and 1 opened package for a 110% refund (shipping & handling charges are not refundable). For return instructions go to our refund policy page.

What are free radicals and why are they harmful to the brain?

Free radicals are oxygen atoms that are missing an electron. When an atom is missing an electron from a pair, it becomes unstable and very reactive. An unstable free radical desperately wants to find another electron to become stable again, so it rips away an electron from a normal cell. The problem is that the normal cell then becomes a free radical, because now it’s missing an electron. This begins a chain reaction called oxidation, causing serious damage to healthy cells in the brain and body. Some free radicals arise normally during metabolism and usually the body can naturally neutralize them.

However, environmental factors such as poor nutrition, lack of sleep, physical stress, and intoxicants produce excess free radicals that overwhelm the body’s natural defense system. Excess free radicals wreak havoc on the cells of the brain, including the mitochondria and even the DNA, and are believed to be a major contributing factor to decline in cognitive function.

It’s extremely important to boost and replenish your system with antioxidants before and after a potentially draining event to strengthen your bodies’ natural defense system and protect against serious damage.

What are antioxidants?

Antioxidants are substances that are capable of counteracting the damage caused by free radicals. They work by donating an electron to a free radical so it becomes a stable oxygen atom. Antioxidants protect cells against the oxidative stress induced by free radicals.

Can I take RaveAid with my medication?

Please consult a healthcare professional prior to use if you have a medical condition or are taking prescription antidepressant medications, specifically MAO inhibitors or SSRI’s.

Is RaveAid FDA Approved?

Dietary supplements are not reviewed and approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). RaveAid is an over the counter vitamin and dietary supplement and does not require FDA approval, but the ingredients are all tested, manufactured, and packaged in FDA registered facilities.

As a dietary supplement, RaveAid’s package labeling, ingredients, and manufacturing quality are regulated by the FDA pursuant to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.

3-Day Music Festival Schedule

RaveAid should not taken before an event – it should be taken AFTER, right before going to sleep.
Here is what we recommend as a complete regiment for a 3-day festival:
  • Wednesday – 1 serving
  • Thursday – 1 serving
  • Friday – 1 serving after the event (right before going to sleep)
  • Saturday – 1 serving after the event (right before going to sleep)
  • Sunday – 1 serving after the event (right before going to sleep)
  • Monday – 1 serving
  • Tuesday – 1 serving (optional, if needed)

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