They are then vacuum sealed to ensure that moisture does not contaminate the extracts. You'll need to store the extracts in a parchment or glass jar. As you've learned, there are some do's and don'ts when it comes to storing flowers and other cannabis products properly. When it comes to flowering, it is always recommended that, whatever the storage medium for cannabis, it be stored in a cool and dark environment.
When it comes to the specific storage medium, glass containers with a tight seal are highly recommended. As long as the extract is still viscous and easy to move, pour it into a glass jar and screw the lid on. Next, you'll need to find a suitable place to store it. Rosenthal suggests selecting a location above room temperature, with a range of 26 to 28 °C.
Place a thermohygrometer next to the bottles and turn on the central heating if necessary. Heating the THCa product can be done in several ways, including by direct exposure to sunlight, increasing the ambient temperature, and direct exposure to heat when smoking or vaping. This excellently produced phytocannabinoid product tastes great and converts to THC Delta 9 when heated, which produces an otherworldly euphoria very similar to that of the real product. THCA diamonds are crystal structures composed of pure THCA that result from a couple of different extraction methods, including “diamond mining” (more on that later) and the isolation of refined petroleum.
Even when stored at room temperature and exposed to light, these products lose potency much more slowly than other products and can generally last several months regardless of the storage environment.