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Does CBD Age?

CBD (cannabidiol) itself does not have a known expiration date or a typical aging process in the same way that perishable food items might. However, CBD products, such as oils, tinctures, and edibles, often contain other ingredients that may have a limited shelf life.


The quality and stability of a CBD product can be influenced by various factors, including the carrier oil used, the extraction method, and the storage conditions. Over time, exposure to factors like heat, light, and air can potentially degrade the cannabinoids and other components in the product, reducing its effectiveness.


To ensure the longevity and potency of CBD products, it’s important to store them properly. Keep them in a cool, dark place, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Additionally, tightly seal the product to minimize exposure to air.


While CBD itself may not age or expire, it’s always a good idea to check the product’s expiration date, which you can find on all our products on the Batch ID/QR code sticker. If the product looks or smells different than it did when you first purchased it, or if it’s past its expiration date, it’s advisable to replace it for optimal effectiveness.


**Standard Disclaimer: CBD is not FDA-approved. We make no such claims that using our products will guarantee relief or any health claims of any kind. Moreover, research regarding CBD is still ongoing and in the early stages.**