If vacuum sealed in an opaque package and put in a freezer, how long would powder (test, tren, EQ, etc) last?
I can’t prove it, but I’ve heard that if stored properly, powders can easily last 5+ years while still retaining 99% of their original potency/purity. Anyone disagree/agree or have contrary/consistent evidence? Thanks.
I know a guy who thinks he has too much powder. I told him that if he vacuum sealed it and put it in the freezer it would stay good for him but I don’t think he’s convinced and I’m worried he’s going to do something stupid like try to sell some to his “gym buddies”.
You have all of the correct ideas.
I don’t think you even need to go so far as vacuum sealing anything. Just make sure it is airtight and there’s no way moisture can get in and your friend will be fine.
Course, if I were you, I might offer to take his extras off his hands for him so he doesn’t have to worry about it
A freezer is a very humid environment. Vacuum sealing is about the only way you will keep moisture out.
I have kept powders in the fridge for almost two years now, and have last few grams of some prop that was the first thing I ever put in there. I put the already sealed baggy into a heavy duty freezer bag and push most of the air out and so far I have not had a single problem with this method. The prop is still just as good as when I first purchased it, as well.
And my freezer is a piece of shit old model that cakes up with ice and has to be thawed out once every couple of months