Most likely, it isnt worth it.
129$ a month is a really BIG pile of money. While it is possbile that the recovery drink you are taking helps with recovery, it surely helps in a marginal way.
The three most important factors about recovery after a training are:
- Protein intake
- Taking it easy (including active rest)
Any deficiency in any of those three has a great impact on your recovery. Your recovery drink cannot match any of those. Your drink may introduce some protein to your diet, but theres a lot of other, cheaper alternatives that do the same thing just as well or even better.
To make a long story short, the rule of 80/20 applies: 80% of the results can be acquired with 20% of the cost/investment. Eating enough proteing, sleeping and not overdoing it doesnt cost 129$ a month, but makes up over 80% of your recovery after training. Your drink can be easily replaced by a planned, pre-made meal you prepared before the training, and it will be a lot cheaper. You can check other question on the site about planning such meals. As a quick summary, try to include carbs and protein in a about 3:1 ratio (for this particular meal, eaten about half an hour after the training!) from valueable sources. The classic rice + chicken and some water to wash it down would do great.