Recently I had the opportunity to try the Vessel Wellness Card. From the name alone, you might wonder what it is. Believe me, so did I!
About the Company Vessel:
Very few people have access to health and wellness information. It’s either only available at the doctor’s or it’s an expensive test. At-home tests have begun making your health information both accessible and affordable.
Vessel was founded by Jon Carder, who found him with low energy, brain fog, and trouble sleeping. After talking with friends, he realized these issues were common. He learned that through lab work, he could figure out why they were happening. But doctors weren’t ordering these tests because he was a relatively healthy guy. He eventually came across a functional medicine doctor who identified that Jon had nutrient deficiencies and high toxin levels. Jon adjusted his supplements, nutrition, and lifestyle accordingly. Within a month, he was feeling better.
Later he met his co-founder, Matt, and they came up with a way to bring the lab into the home. He wanted to empower millions.
About the Vessel Wellness Card:
The Vessel Wellness cards are at-homes urine tests and provide individualized nutrition, diet, and performance information. The Vessel app gives personalized recommendations for supplements and even nutrition plans. You can buy the test kits in packages or subscribe to them. The goal of Vessel is to make it easy for people to track and improve their health from the comfort of their homes.
Based on your health markers, Vessel gives you recommendations for food, supplements, and lifestyle changes that can help you. All of the Vessel information is backed by science. There are over 350 studies to prove the recommendations they give.
How does the Vessel Wellness Card work?
- Test: The first step is urinating on the stick and waiting 2 minutes for the test to activate. They give you options of doing it directly or peeing in a cup and dipping it.
- Scan: You’ll need to download the Vessel app and scan the stick to see your levels in real-time. The directions are straightforward to follow.
- Analyze: After the easy-to-follow directions, you’ll be presented with your information and metrics, including hydration and nutrition. You can use the information to better yourself.
What does the Vessell Wellness Card test?
- Vitamin B7 (Biotin)
- Vitamin C
- Ketone A (AcAc)
- Ketone B (BHB)
My Experience with the Vessel Wellness Card:
I was excited to try the Vessel Wellness Card. I’ve spoken a dozen times, but the closest hospital to me is 33 miles away, and some of the specialized doctors might be as far as Los Angeles (100 miles away). When I fell last year and hurt my back, I drove into LA twice a week for doctor’s appointments…woof. So anyway, I was excited to try Vessel!
Collecting your data is self-explanatory, and you can easily find the information to get through the test. I know QR codes are getting popular these days but I was fascinated by how easy they made scanning in your results. Once my test was ready, I was surprised at all of the results. To be honest, I was fascinated by the results, and I thought I would probably be more deficient. My only real deficiency was ketones. The app shared that because I wasn’t following that sort of diet, it made sense and it wasn’t a huge factor.
- Monthly Membership: $350/month with 30 cards
- 6-Month Membership: $280/month with 30 cards
- 12-Month Membership: $245/month with 30 cards
- Monthly Membership: $50/month with four cards
- 6-Month Membership: $40/month with four cards
- 12-Month Membership: $35/month with four cards
- Monthly Membership: $30/month with one card
- 6-Month Membership: $25/month with one card
- 12-Month Membership: $20/month with one card
Vessell Wellness Cards are inexpensive compared to going to the doctor or many other tests. They aren’t cheap to add and start paying for, but they aren’t as expensive as I anticipated. That being said, there isn’t much on the market that is similar to compare the cost.
Vessel Wellness Card Conclusion:
I am a fan of the Vessel Wellness Cards, and I can see how they can improve people’s lives. I wish they could test a few more markers, including iron; If you’re looking to test the primary markers in the comfort of your own home and not go through the doctor and insurance, it’s a great option.
Vessel Wellness Card Pros:
- At home testing
- Find nutritional deficiencies without going to the doctor
- Backed by hundreds of science-based data
- 30-day back guscience-based
Wellness Card Cons:
- Brand new company
- Wellness Cards aren’t cheap
- Only tests select markers
Questions for you:
Would you try Vessel Wellness Cards?
What is something you are deficient in?