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The individual characteristics that make each Ember Valley line uniquely well … unique.
Different terpenes affect the body differently. Some have a more energetic or uplifting effect and some are more relaxing or sedating. Get to know the eight terpenes that are found in our cannabis strains.
Terpenes are sought after for their aromas, flavors and synergistic properties.
Floral and fragrant it’s commonly used in aromatherapy. Linalool is a powerful terpene due to its effects on serotonin receptors.
With notes of spice, stress-relieving caryophyllene is notable for its ability to act as both a terpene and a cannabinoid.
Prior to harvest, α-Humulene plays a pivotal role in the plant’s defense system, allowing it to deter pests while preventing fungal infestations.
The most prevalent terpene in modern cannabis. A medicinal shrub from Brazil, β-Myrcene has been used to treat diabetes, diarrhea, dysentery and hypertension.
The second most abundant terpene in nature, δ-Limonene is useful as a botanical (naturally occurring) insecticide. It’s also regularly used in the production of cosmetics, medicine and food items.
Very often found in strains abundant in CBD, α-Pinene is often sought after for its uplifting effects.
A very popular ingredient in perfume, hard-surface cleaners and other common everyday items like shampoo and soap. Many people use β-Ocimene as a natural decongestant.
although it’s the least common of the main cannabis terpenes, Terpinolene is sought after thanks to its psychedelic effects. The aroma and flavor exhibited by Terpinolene is multidimensional.