Everything You Need to Know About Bisabolol and Its Benefits

The terpene Bisabolol is commonly found in chamomile and is known for its fresh floral fragrance with a sweet hint of spice or citrus. Discovered and first isolated in 1951, it is frequently used as an ingredient in dermatological and cosmetic products, including makeup and shaving cream.

Everything You Need to Know About Valencene and Its Benefits

Valencene is a lesser-known sesquiterpene that produces aromatic sweet, citrus, herb, and woody notes. Like Limonene, it is found in citrus-scented strains and fruits like grapefruit, tangerine, orange, nectarines, mangoes, and Valencia oranges.  

Everything You Need to Know About Nerolidol and Its Benefits

Nerolidol is a less volatile terpene known for its sedative properties (Russo, 2011). It is present in rose, citronella, jasmine, ginger, tea tree, and other plants, among cannabis. Like other terpenes, studies have shown Nerolidol has anti-cancer, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, and anti-inflammatory characteristics.

Everything You Need to Know About Ocimene and Its Benefits

Everything You Need to Know About Ocimene and Its Benefits  Terpenes are present in almost all plant life, including Cannabis. They are known for defining the smell and taste of different strains and play a vital role in the outcome of the cannabis experience. Previously, the benefits of marijuana were thought to be only in cannabinoids; now, we know there are four hundred chemical compounds that interact with each other, including flavonoids and terpenes ( Russo, 2011). More than twenty thousand terpenes exist in the plant world, and at ...

Everything you need to know about the terpene β-Caryophyllene

The Terpene Beta-Caryophyllene is present in black pepper, oregano, basil, and many other herbs and spices. Beta-Caryophyllene molecular structure is unique; it is more significant than other terpenes and contains a rare cyclobutene ring not found in any other cannabis terpene.

Everything you need to know about the terpene Humulene

Humulene is a terpene commonly found in many herbs and flowers apart from cannabis. Similar to Pinene and Myrcene, it is an essential element in the overall aromatic profile of cannabis. Recently, it has gained popularity for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and appetite suppressant properties.

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Why you should know about Terpinolene and its benefits 

Why you should know about Terpinolene and its benefits Terpinolene, a terpene dominant in about one in ten cannabis strains, is recognized for its woody smell combined with floral citrus notes. In addition to its fresh aroma, terpinolene is known for its antifungal and antibacterial properties ( Turkez, Aydin, Cetin,2014). In the past, most information about cannabis focused on the therapeutic benefits of cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD. Now we know terpenes contribute more than aroma and flavor and can signi...

What’s in Your Medicine

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Everything you need to know about Limonene

Limonene is the third most abundant terpene in Cannabis and the second most prevalent terpene on Earth

Everything You Need to Know About Myrcene and Its Benefits

Terpenes play a crucial role in the cannabis experience and are responsible for the specific smell, taste, and outcomes of the different strains. When terpenes interact with cannabinoids and other compounds, they create a synergy known as the entourage effect, enhancing or inhibiting cannabis results.

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