In terms of potency and purity, there is no difference between a powder and a solution. The powder is the purified form of the compound, the solution is this powder dissolved into a solvent. We offer both forms for the buyer’s preference. In terms of stability, a powder is more stable than a solution for a variety of reasons, primarily the increased surface area of each molecule in solutions versus a crystalline solid. So a solution is more susceptible to degradation and will degrade faster than powder if exposed to heat, light, oxygen, moisture, etc. Solutions are generally long term, less stable than a powder however we go to extreme lengths to ensure we produce the most stable solutions possible and we stand by our shelf-life guarantee of 2 years from the date of manufacture if stored properly. In reality under optimal conditions a solution can last much longer than this before it begins to degrade.
What’s the difference between a powder and a solution?
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