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The Power of Terpenes

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Known for its earthy, spicy scent similar to cloves, Myrcene is considered a major terpene as it is one of the most abundant terpenes in the cannabis family of plants.


About Myrcene One of the most common terpenes found in this family of plants, Myrcene is also found in hops, lemongrass, mangoes, thyme and bay leaf. It has been shown to potentially be a helper in facilitating delivery of the other positive plant compounds for maximum benefit.

Limonene is used in a range of products, including food, cosmetics, and naturally plant-friendly pesticides. It’s sweet, citrus aroma has a multitude of purposes.


About Limonene This zesty terpene is found in many citrus plants like lemon, orange, lime and grapefruit. It has also been found to be in mint, juniper, rosemary and fennel. Very common in flowering and fruiting plants, limonene has been studied to have many antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.

Caryophyllene is spicy in nature and multifaceted in potential. It is unique in how it behaves and it is a sought-after addition to many wellness routines.


About Caryophyllene A unique terpene, Caryophyllene is common in concentration but uncommon in how it behaves as it is the only terpene found to also bind to the CB2 receptors in the Endocannabinoid system like CBD does. Also found in black pepper, cinnamon and hops, Caryophyllene tends to assist CBD with its ability to help with inflammation and discomfort.

A member of the pinene family of terpenes, Terpinolene has a complex, useful note to it and is found in many products throughout the world.


About Terpinolene Known for its woody aroma with sweet, floral notes, Terpinolene is found in other plants and herbs like sage, rosemary, lilac, as well as many tea and apple trees. Commonly found as an addition to body care products like lotions and balms, Terpinolene is the note that helps these blends to be calming and enjoyable.

Pinene is said to be the terpene responsible for the uplifting experience associated with walking in the woods. Common in nature, it has a multitude of uses in health, wellness and lifestyle products.


About Pinene As the name suggests, Pinene is the terpene that is found to be responsible for the pine and wood notes in fir trees. This particular compound is also found in dill, basil, rosemary, parsley and pine nuts. Pinene’s many potential benefits include assisting brain function and being uplifting.

Anyone who has enjoyed the relaxing scents associated in aromatic oils and beauty products has enjoyed linalool. Most notable for giving lavender its distinctive scent, this terpene is beloved the world over.


About Linalool When speaking of natural notes used in aromatherapy and natural wellness, Linalool is found in more than 200 species of plants. Also found in lavender, fresh mint, cinnamon and Birch tree bark, Linalool has been well-known in plant-based care for centuries.

Known for its herbaceous and citrus aroma, Gamma Terpinene is widely used in soaps, cosmetics, pharmaceutical products, and fragrances for its calming qualities.


About G Terpinene Gamma Terpinene is commonly found in citrus fruits, celery, cumin, grapes, cloves, and ginger.

With its name derived from the geranium plant, this terpene is known for its fruity and slightly floral scent. Geraniol is often used in many household products, such as fragrances, lotions, detergents, and candles.


About Geraniol Besides being found primarily in geraniums, Geraniol is commonly found in citrus fruits, carrots, coriander, and lemongrass. This uplifting terpene is often utilized to enhance your mood.

Terpineol is responsible for producing a pleasant herbal, fresh, and citrusy scent and is commonly used in soaps, lotions, and fragrances.


About Terpineol Terpineol is often found in lilacs, pine trees, lime blossoms, and eucalyptus saps, which is why it's known for its calming aroma. This terpene is characterized by its ability to help with relaxation.

Valencene gets its name from the fruit it’s most commonly found in: valencia oranges. This sweet and citrusy smelling terpene is often utilized in plant-friendly insect repellent, cleaning products, cosmetics, and other personal care items.


About Valencene Mainly hailing from valencia oranges, Valencene is also commonly found in grapefruits, tangerines, and mangoes. This terpene is a popular plant-friendly solution for insect repellent, and often used for mental clarity.

Phellandrene is a lesser-known terpene, but is commonly derived from several eucalyptus plant species for common use in cosmetics and fragrances due to its pleasing aromas.


About A Phellandrene Although Phellandrene may be a lesser-known terpene, it can be found in a variety of plants. Besides eucalyptus plants, Phellandrene can be found in mint, dill, cinnamon, and parsley. Phellandrene is known to give off a pleasant minty and slightly citrusy aroma, and can help give a boost of energy.

Like the name suggests, Citral is responsible for the citrus scent we find from many fruits. Citral is also a popular terpene used in fragrances, soaps, body washes, and even food and beverage flavorings, with uplifting qualities.


About Citral Citral is a common terpene found in many citrus fruits, lemongrass, and lemon verbena.

Delta 3 Carene produces a sweet and strong aroma composed of citrus, cypress, pine, and wood. This terpene is utilized for a wide array of products, including cosmetics and even plant-friendly pesticides.


About Delta 3 Carene Mainly found in basil, cedar trees, and rosemary, Delta 3 Carene is used in many cosmetics to draw out extra liquid and improve skin conditions and is known to be calming and relaxing.

Nerolidol is known for its strong floral and woody aroma, reminiscent of fresh tree bark. This terpene is often used in lotions, food flavoring, and can be added into plant-friendly pesticides.


About Nerolidol Commonly found in jasmine, lemongrass, ginger, tea tree, lavender, and mainly neroli oil, this terpene is popular for its relaxation effects.

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