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How long can I store?

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Guitarguy1821, Feb 6, 2014.

  1. Ive been planning on starting a tbreak tomorrow, atleast 2 months long. Im finishing what ive got left of an eighth, and whatever Ive got left i wanna keep in a pill fob(screws airtight) until i smoke again. That way i dont have to hope dealers arent out and shit.

    Should I do this or just throw together a good sized joint and smoke it all? I smoke primarily hitters and have a little over a gram left so itd prolly take me forever to finish in one night doing hitters.

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  2. It will be just fine if the jar is air tight.  I had a friend who saved weed for 2 years while on probation, he had so many different kinds when his probation was finished.  All of them were just fine to smoke.
  3. I currently have some nice buds stored for four months now in a cvault with the 62 hum pack. They look like the day I bought them.
  4. Two years without any appreciable loss of potency!
    The stability of cannabis and its preparations on storage.      (abst – 1976)
    Solutions of pure cannabinoids, nine samples of herbal and two of resin cannabis (one freshly prepared) were stored in varying conditions for up to 2 years. Exposure to light (not direct sunlight) was shown to be the greatest single factos in loss of cannabinoids especially in solutions, which should therefore be protected from light during analytical and phytochemical operations. Previous claims that solutions in ethanol were stable have not been substantiated. The effect of temperature, up to 20 degrees, was insignificant but air oxidation did lead to significant losses. These could be reduced if care was taken to minimize damage to the glands which act as "well filled, well closed containers". Loss of tetrahydrocannabinol after exposure to light does not lead to an increase in cannabinol, but air oxidation in the dark does. It is concluded that carefully prepared herbal or resin cannabis or extracts are reasonably stable for 1 to 2 years if stored in the dark at room temperature.
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