That’s a popular question that we get asked often”Can CBD vape oil go bad?”. Especially for people who only use CBD vape oil on a “as-needed basis”. For example, you only use CBD vape oil for sleep. When you’re mind is running at a hundred miles per hour and even the thought of not getting any sleep keeps you up. Which for some is a huge problem, but they only have these problems once or twice a week. In this article, we’ll be answering all related questions about how to keep your CBD vape safe for those times when you really need to just take a puff and relax.
Yes, CBD vape oil can go bad and will be less effective with time. The average shelf life of CBD vape Oil is 12-24 months when properly stored in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight. Do not store products in the refrigerator as the vape oil will tend to crystallize. Most CBD brands use a best by date which you’ll find printed on the packaging.
Can I still use expired CBD vape oil?
Expiration dates on CBD Vape Oils refer to the CBD quality and not necessarily it’s safety. What this means is the oil’s potency/ strength will begin to deteriorate and become less effective. A quick example would be a 1000mg bottle of CBD 3 months past its expiration date will now be a 900mg.
So, the answer is yes, you can still use expired CBD vape juice but it will not be as potent and effective as it was when you first purchased it. Also use common sense, if a bottle is 5 years old it’s time to dispose of it and pick yourself up a new bottle. Keep reading and you’ll learn more about where and how to store your CBD to extends its life span.
Where should I store my CBD vape?
You’ve found an amazing, high-quality CBD vape company that has great products, and people seem to love them. You want to take care of that oil as it’s liquid gold for your health. Now keeping that bottle safe is your responsibility so here will show you just how you can help keep the CBD vape oil as powerful and tasty as the day you got it in the mail.
Store your Vape Oil away from any light source.Extended exposure to this type of light can and will degrade the CBD found in your vape juice or CBD vape additive. To keep your CBD safe, store it in a cool (not fridge cold, it will crystalize), dry area away from any light source.
There was a study that explained in depth that exposure to light is the greatest factor in the loss of cannabinoids, CBD is one of them. When we say light, we are talking regular ole household artificial lighting from light bulbs.
Keep your CBD vape oil safe in these places (away from light):
• Medicine cabinet
Keep your vape oil away from heat
While heat won’t render your CBD vape oil useless, but it can slowly diminish its strength and in turn its effectiveness.
Places you don’t want to leave your delicious CBD vape oil:
• Don’t leave your CBD in your car on a hot summer day.
• Don’t leave your CBD on your window seal
• Don’t forget your CBD in the sauna
• Don’t forget your CBD out by the pool
Avoid extended periods of air exposure.
It’s a vital part of preserving the lifespan of your CBD vape oil. One great example of what happens to your CBD vape oil is this…
Imagine cutting up some fresh apple slices for lunch, you let them sit on the kitchen counter for 15-20 minutes. What happens? The fruit starts oxidizing and browning. it then starts to taste different and it’s not as satisfying to eat.
The same principle apply here. The longer you leave your CBD vape out, the more oxidation your CBD will endure.
We as a CBD company go to many lengths to make sure that your bottle of CBD vape juice is protected from not only light exposure but also air. We want you to receive, use, and store your CBD vape oil for when you need it most. Lie when your having an anxiety attack, help with sore muscles, or can’t get a good night’s sleep.
So keep your bottle safe. Fill your tank or vape pen and close the bottle as soon as your done.
Vape your CBD oil when it’s fresh. If you purchased CBD vape juice to use it occasionally follow the guidelines above to help you extend its lifespan and keep its freshness. We also recommend you learn more about how to spot nicotine in CBD vape juices here.