What is the Expiration Date when Compounding With Oil?
Compounding with Oil: The expiration on liquid made with oil is going to be 180 days from the date that we make it, as long as nothing else in that compound expires before the 180 days. Generally, if it's just going to be the chemical, the oil, that's it. Maybe something that helps things suspend if we need it, it's going to be 180 days. The oils are nice because they are better for longer and you can use them for longer.
Not everything will work in oil, but a lot of things, a lot of these drugs do. Ketotin does very well, Naltrexone does very well in oil. Benadryl, not as much. But there are some things that do well in oil and sometimes it might just take diluting it a little bit more.
Unfortunately with oil, patients just get to a point where they don't want to take tablespoon upon tablespoon of oil the day.