how long does the san pedro liquid last?

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    usernamewhat Newbie

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    I did that one san pedro extraction where you chop up the cactus, juice it, boil it, then squeeze out the juice from the pulp. I did the extraction about 3 or 4 months ago and has had a bottle of it in her fridge since. is it safe for swim to drink? does this preperation ever go bad if its kept in a fridge?
     
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    if in the fridge swib doubts it many bacteria can grow easily in a fridge best place for starage is a freezer. Goodies are still; there but other things are most likly there and may get one sick.
     
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    is there any way to salvage it? can SWIM reboil it? freeze it? help! I would hate to throw it away...
     
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    Why risk it. heat and cold will kill bacteria but swib is not one to say it will not hurt one. Next time if one plans on not using freeze it or extract it for storage