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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.