Product Shelf Life

Many of our products have a shelf life of up to one  year when stored properly. Here’s a quick guide.

Cartridges
Best used within 6 weeks. If you keep them in pantry like conditions, unexposed to heat fluctuations and tip up, the oil can be good for up to three months. We guarantee against defects for 30 days from purchase.

Edibles
Edipure – These candies are made fresh weekly and if kept in a dark cool place in an air tight container can be good for up to one year.

Paradise -These candies are made fresh weekly and if kept in a dark cool place in an air tight container can be good for up to one year.

Bhang or Satori Chocolate – Store in air tight container in a cool dark location. Shelf life is good for one year from “born-on” date (stamped or written on the package). Some people store their chocolate in the refrigerator, and while this can cause discoloration, will not affect the potency in any way.

Kaneh Co – Baked fresh weekly, these products have a shelf life of 3 weeks in the refrigerator and up to six months if frozen. We advise that you cut into the dose you require, seal in a zip lock bag and then put that into a freezer proof plastic tub. Be sure to mark the date you put it in.

Tinctures
While most tinctures do not require refrigeration (except CBD Alive), these can last you up to a year or longer if stored in the refrigerator. Be sure to avoid touching the spray or tip of the dropper with your hands or your mouth as this can contaminate the liquid in the bottle.

Flower, Wax and Hash
Always best consumed within three months of harvest. However, if stored in a dark glass container with an air-tight lid in pantry conditions, your herb can stay fresh and effective for up to six months. Never let your flower be exposed to light for any length of time and definitely do not keep it in your car or stored where it can be exposed to extreme temperature fluctuations.

Suppositories
Best kept in the refrigerator or freezer until ready to use. Take out one at a time.

FECO
Be sure to avoid touching the tip of the syringe with your hands or your mouth as this can contaminate the liquid in the bottle.

Topicals
Creams and lotions are best kept in the refrigerator. Salves will harden, so keeping in pantry like conditions is best.

 

Always keep all cannabis products out of reach of children and pets.