Like most things, CBD oil will eventually go bad.  However, there are a few things you can do to extend the shelf life of your CBD oil.  Generally speaking, CBD oil is very shelf-stable which means that it stays good for a long period of time.  In the right conditions, anywhere from 14 months up to two years.  


Let’s discuss some of the factors that go into choosing the right CBD oil that will last.



Brand


Unfortunately, it isn’t always apparent which brands you can trust.  With the growth of the CBD industry, there are many sellers offering a questionable product.  Until regulations are set by the Food and Drug Administration, there is going to be the risk of purchasing a low-quality product. 



Expiration date


An expiration date will be included on every bottle of CBD you purchase.  Be sure to check this date and use the product before the date listed on the bottle. Out-of-date product is not recommended for usage and could compromise the potency of the CBD oil. 



Final thoughts


In the end, even though CBD oil can last for one to two years, picking up a fresh bottle is always the best option. However, if you are storing your product, keeping it out of direct sunlight and intense heat are two things that can keep it from going bad before it’s expiration date.  

Above all else, it is important to ensure you are purchasing certified products for maximum effectiveness and quality.  Calmr CBD oils offer a high-quality product that is THC free, pesticide free, and has no binders, fillers, excipients, dyes, or unknown substances. Our CBD oil is CO2 extracted and is tested in-house and through a third-party lab to ensure that the products you receive are the highest quality available. Feel free to visit us at calmrbio.com. 


Sources:

https://www.consumerreports.org/cbd

http://plantmade.org/the-expiration-of-cbd

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