... six months. Would they still be good to take?
Regards Warren Young.
2 Jul 2009
Marinol Capsules should be packaged in a well-closed container and stored in a cool environment between 8° and 15°C (46° and 59°F) and alternatively could be stored in a refrigerator. Protect from freezing.
Since you have not followed the storage conditions their safety and efficacy can not be guaranteed.
- Marinol Information for Consumers
- Marinol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Marinol (detailed)
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