We’re often asked ”What is the expiration or shelf life of your products?”
Technically, the expiration date or ”shelf life” of SARMs is unknown.
Many SARMs sellers stamp a 2 year expiration or sell-buy date on their products to indicate how long they last or to indicate SARMs’ efficacy lifetime.
Perhaps they’re following practices from the supplement industry, or trying to make products appear more legitimate. We don’t bother with this. It’s not that we think date-stamping is a horrible idea, we just don’t see the logic in putting an arbitrary date on our bottles to entice repeat buying or other “feel good” reasons.
Chemists tell us shelf life of these compounds depends on many factors: air, heat, and light in particular — these are the enemies.
Our products are in capsules and our bottles are also double-sealed, vacuum-sealed, and include a silica pack moisture inhibitor. But a lot of other companies sell a liquid form, or baggie of powder that’s not vacuum-sealed — more exposed form factors. It doesn’t take a scientist to know these forms can lose efficacy (and liquids lose consistency) over the course of a year or two.
We’ll offer our informed opinion that a capsulized product in powder form could last quite a long time if not overly exposed to these elements. If one took extra measures, say keeping bottles in a brown bag in a refrigerator (not a freezer), one could be looking at a very long, zombie-apocolyptic, timeframe indeed.