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wow, this product is awesome, bought one for my loose items, hopefully to increase life span of product by extra year or 2 

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whoa this sh!t is actually fun, lol sealing anything and everyhing its :/ meat seal it, chips seal it 

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anyone vacuum seal their meds? can that protect it longer than the expiration date? 

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Yes actually.  The normal clear plastic bags are so-so for longevity if something is really air sensitive.  Most pills have an actual effective shelf life WAY beyond their stated expiration (Ciprofloaxcin has been shown to be functionally equivalent after 20 years of cool/dry storage).  As a rule most drugs will lose betwen 1-5% efficacy per year if stored properly away from heat/sun/moisture.

The more you keep them away (vacuum seal) the better and longer they'll stay fresh, mylar pouches and 02 absorbents are really the way to go for serious long-term storage but then we're talking YEARS not months/maybe a year or so.

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