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Yes, CBD Oil Expires — Here’s How to Check Yours
Submitted by Marijuana News on Fri, 04/30/2021 - 10:24
Like most good things, cannabidiol (CBD) oil does eventually expire. Shelf life typically ranges from 1 to 2 years.
Here’s a closer look at what affects CBD oil’s shelf life and what you can do to keep yours fresh.
The exact shelf life depends on a few factors
How long CBD oil lasts depends on a few factors, from the quality and ingredients to how you store it. An understanding of these factors can help you choose products that’ll last longer. It can also help you stretch the shelf life, giving you even more bang for your buck.
Here are the big ones:
Quality. Not surprisingly, higher quality products tend to last longer. This comes down to things like growing conditions and the quality of the plants, as well as the quality of any other ingredients. Speaking of which… Ingredients. What’s in CBD oil matters because every ingredient, like flavoring, has a shelf life of its own, which can affect the lasting power of the overall product. Less is usually more when it comes to CBD oil shelf life, so read the product label and the certificate of analysis (COA).