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CBD Hemp Oil: Uses, health benefits, and risks - The CBD Oi

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Whether you’ve used CBD for years or are just beginning to discover some of the many benefits it contains, it’s important to know that properly storing your CBD oil products will help you keep reaping the benefits of this non-psychoactive cannabinoid.

Properly storing your CBD products not only helps preserve their potency, but also the vital cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and other elements that make CBD such a sought-out wellness product. Knowing how to best store your CBD oil will ensure you’re getting the best results when taking it.

3 Things to Keep in Mind When You Want to Properly Store Your CBD Oil

1. Keep CBD Out of Direct Light

The most optimal to keep your CBD oil and other products is in a place that’s dark, dry, and cool. Cannabinoids like CBD last the longest in cold conditions.

A pantry is a common place to store CBD products. The refrigerator is another great location to keep your CBD since it’s even cooler. If you do decide to store your CBD oil in the fridge and find it becomes too think to dispense from the dropper, simply run the bottle under warm water and you’ll be good to go.

If you’re using your CBD every day, avoid putting your CBD oil and other products in the freezer. Although CBD products will last the longest in your freezer since it’s the coldest place in your home, it won’t be convenient to have to thaw your CBD every day when it’s time to use it. Keep the freezer option for long-term storage of your CBD.

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3 hours ago, Guest James said:

...avoid putting your CBD oil and other products in the freezer.

...it won’t be convenient to have to thaw your CBD every day when it’s time to use it.

Wow!

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