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It seems everyone lately is talking about the wide and varied benefits of cannabidiol, CBD oil, or hemp oil. Full spectrum CBD oil is a natural substance that is extracted from industrial hemp, and is federally legal as it contains no more than trace amounts (<0.3%) of THC, the substance responsible for providing marijuana’s “high.” CBD oil is currently being scientifically studied for its natural benefits in healing conditions such as:
CBD works in an integrated manner with the body’s own ECS (Endocannabinoid System), a kind of complex communication system among cells, that works toward maintaining a state of homeostasis within the body. When something in the ECS isn’t functioning at peak levels, CBD can help support the ECS in carrying out its many duties related to physical and mental well-being.
How much CBD oil you need will depend on your personal dosing and frequency. Many individuals take CBD consistently, on a daily basis, as this provides the most reliable results. Dosing levels can vary from person to person, but if you take CBD consistently, it’s relatively easy to figure out how much you need. Just take your total daily dosage and multiply it by 30 days, and this will tell you how much you require each month.
As far as how much CBD to keep on-hand, CBD has an approximate shelf life of 14 to 24 months (14-24 months). If you’re using a full dropper or more on a daily basis, you’ll typically experience cost savings by purchasing the largest bottle available from your trusted manufacturer or retailer. It’s also a good idea to have a backup bottle, just in case your main supply is dropped, broken, lost, left behind, or lent to a friend. You’ll want to stock up somewhat, but don’t keep more CBD oil than you could use in a year since a bottle typically lasts for one to two years before it begins to lose potency.
On average, a bottle of CBD oil will be good for approximately fourteen to twenty-four months (14 to 24 months). Don’t worry if you have some CBD that’s older than this, though. CBD that’s past its prime won’t typically spoil, turn rancid, or make you sick; however, it may begin to lose potency once it’s expired. Over time, the CBD can begin to oxidize and break down (and evaporate), making it less effective as compared to when it was fresh.
When purchasing from a reputable manufacturer, certain precautions have likely been taken to extend the shelf-life of your CBD oil. For example, pure CBD oil is best, without added ingredients that can diminish the life expectancy of the product. Many manufacturers use dark green glass bottles for packaging, to reduce or eliminate exposure to light or sunlight. The extraction method is also important, as CO2 extraction is considered to be the gold standard for CBD manufacturing, and also promotes a longer shelf life. Also, consider the delivery method. For example, softgels tend to last longer than capsules since they are fully sealed and airtight.
As a consumer, you can store your CBD properly to help prolong its viable shelf life. Specifically, avoid light, heat, excess exposure to air, and moisture.