How Long Does A Bottle of CBD Oil Last?

A bottle of CBD oil can last anywhere from a few days to a year or more. How long it will last depends on how much CBD is in the bottle and how much you are taking per day.

If you’re asking the question “how long will a bottle of CBD oil last,” you may be wondering how many days your current product will last with daily use. Or you may be looking for guidance on which product to buy that will last you a certain amount of time. Lastly, you may be wondering about the shelf life of CBD oil and how long it will remain effective.

We’ll answer all of these questions in this article to help you more easily navigate your CBD journey.

How Long Will My Current Bottle of CBD Oil Last?

To answer this question, you need to know two things: (1) the amount of CBD in your bottle, and (2) how much you are taking each day. 

The total amount of CBD in milligrams is usually shown on the product label of your bottle or in the product description on the brand’s website. Most CBD tinctures contain anywhere between 250 – 3,000 milligrams of CBD. 

You’ll also need to know how many milligrams of CBD that you are taking each day. This is your daily dosage. The average user takes between 25 – 50 milligrams per day but you may be taking more or less than that. 

Once you have these two pieces of information, it’s easy to calculate how long the bottle will last. You simply divide the total amount of milligrams in the bottle by your daily dosage. The result is the number of days that it will take to finish the bottle.

For example, let’s say that you have a tincture with 1,000 milligrams of CBD in the bottle and that you take an average of 25 milligrams per day. By dividing 1,000 by 25, you’ve calculated that the bottle will last you for 40 days.

Which Product Should I Buy to Last a Certain Amount of Time?

The majority of CBD tinctures come in a one ounce (30 milliliter) bottle. But you often have a few choices when it comes to the total amount of CBD in the bottle. Many brands offer choices that range from 250 milligrams of CBD in the bottle up to as much as 3,000 milligrams. This can make it confusing for users to know which one is right for them.

If you’re new to CBD, you’ll probably be starting with a low daily dose. Most new users start out by only taking about 10 – 20 milligrams of CBD per day. If you’re an experienced user, you probably already know how many milligrams you are taking per day.

To calculate the amount of milligrams that will last you for a certain amount of time, just multiply your average daily dose by the number of days that you want it to last

For example, say that you expect to take 20 milligrams per day and want the bottle to last for at least 30 days. By multiplying 20 milligrams times 30 days, you’ve calculated that you need a bottle with at least 600 milligrams of CBD.

What is the Shelf Life of CBD Oil Drops?

Most CBD tinctures have a shelf life of at least one year if kept in a cool, dark place. It’s important to limit exposure to heat and direct sunlight. These elements can degrade the cannabinoids and reduce the product’s effectiveness. For best results, store your product somewhere that’s less than 77 degrees Fahrenheit (25 degrees Celsius).

The carrier oil used in bottle of CBD oil drops can affect its shelf life. Generally, tinctures with a coconut MCT carrier oil will have a longer shelf life than those that use hemp seed oil as the carrier.

Many CBD brands print an expiration date on the bottle. If there’s not an expiration date on your bottle, you can reach out to the manufacturer directly for this information.

Concerned that your bottle of CBD may have gone bad? Give it a smell. If it smells rancid, then you’ll probably want to throw it out. Just like milk, you’ll usually know it’s gone bad just by taking a whiff.

Brian Peterson

Brian Peterson has been a CBD consumer advocate and educator since 2015. He is the founder and managing editor of the CBDOilUsers.com website. He's also the lead administrator of the CBD Oil Users Group, the largest CBD group on Facebook. His passion is educating consumers so that they can make their own decisions when purchasing and using CBD products.

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