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The Best Possible Ways To Store Kratom

Pile of kratom powderIf you are a frequent consumer of kratom, then you probably like to buy your stash in bulk, either in powder form or freshly harvested product. However, just like spices, kratom tends to go bad or lose its potency if not stored properly.

Good storage prolongs the shelf life of your kratom, and it retains its efficacy longer. There are many factors to consider when finding the best storage conditions for storing your kratom. To store kratom while preserving its efficacy and freshness, follow these steps:

Keep your kratom in an airtight container.

Just like coffee, kratom doesn't do well when exposed to too much oxygen. Mitragynine is the active compound in kratom that gives you the kick you feel after consuming kratom. If you leave your kratom powder in the open too long, the mitragynine will react with the oxygen, making it lose its potency.  So keep it in an airtight container.

Like this yellow vietnam powder and capsules pricing, the strength of kratom is more efficient if consumed within the first three months from the date of purchase.

Avoid moist environments.

If you plan to store your kratom with other spices and your coffee in the kitchen, you need to make sure it's in a dry area, away from moisture. Humid areas will cause your kratom to degrade quicker.

Moisture will also enable moss and other fungi to grow around your kratom. Once you have your kratom in an airtight container, store it in the side of the room away from your steamer or kettle to keep moisture away.

Spoonful of room temperature kratom Kratom is temperature-sensitive.

The ideal temperature for storing your temperature is just below room temperature. Exposure to very hot or very cold conditions will hasten the expiry of your kratom and will reduce the efficacy.

At the same time, storing it in an area receiving direct sunlight will cause the air inside the container to heat up, which isn't good for the active agent in kratom. You also want to avoid direct sunlight as kratom is UV sensitive and will cause it to lose its potency.

Avoid the freezer.

Don't just avoid freezers; keep away from using fridges altogether. When it comes to kratom powder, it's essential to keep it as dry as possible, just like other spices.

As much as your fridge is used to prolong the life of different vegetables and herbs, its high humidity will introduce moisture into your kratom storage container, and this will accelerate mold growth.

The perfect condition for storing your fresh kratom is in a cool and dry area, preferably in the dark corner of your pantry.

Kratom flower budsKeep track of the dates.

Each time you restock your kratom, store it in a separate jar/container from your previous purchase. It would also help if you labeled the container with the date of purchase. This will allow you to track the expiry date of your kratom.

Any unused kratom after three months is deemed expired and will have lost most if not all of its potency.

If you like to buy kratom for long-term use, make sure to separate your stash into smaller quantities for daily usage. Label each stash with the strain name and date and store it in a sealed bag or airtight container. Splitting up your cache will make it easier to track how much kratom you use for a week or a month.

Buy from an authorized seller.

While you can get kratom from unverified dealers, this usually poses a considerable risk. You won't know what level of potency it has or when it was harvested, so it will be hard to tell how long your kratom will last.

When you buy from a premium or authorized seller, you get a lot of perks with your purchase. You can get many other products, such as proper storage jars for your kratom, along with a range of other medicinal products.

Natural kratom flowersBeware of strong odors.

Take note of the environment you're storing your kratom in. For example, if you choose to store your kratom near onions or garlic, your kratom might absorb the scent of the garlic or onion. Kratom has an original bitter taste that takes a while to get used to.

Therefore taking garlic tasting kratom will make for an unpleasant experience. You should also check the container used to store your kratom. If you're using a recycled mason jar, ensure it's free from all odors by washing it clean and drying it before using it. Otherwise, your kratom will absorb any scents present in the storage container.


Kratom requires special attention in terms of storage, but it will still make do with proper organization. Knowing the right place to keep it will allow you to keep the active ingredients in its powder efficient for longer. Remember, if you don't have any dark areas in your kitchen to store your kratom, an opaque or colored jar or container with an airtight seal will do the trick. As long as you stay away from the three main threats to your kratom's longevity; UV light, moisture, and open-air, you're set to go.