Terpene: Myrcene

Terpene: Myrcene

Terpene: Myrcene Terpene: Myrcene is the most abundant terpene in cannabis, making up as much as 65% of the total terpene profile in some strains. Aroma: Earthy, fruity, clove-like Fun fact:  Anecdotal evidence suggests, when eating a ripe mango prior to consuming... read more
Terpene: Beta-Caryophyllene

Terpene: Beta-Caryophyllene

Terpene: Beta-Caryophyllene One very important terpene that works with cannabinoids is Beta-Caryophyllene. 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... read more
Terpene: Ocimene Monoterpene

Terpene: Ocimene Monoterpene

Terpene: Ocimene Monoterpene Terpene: Ocimene, a monoterpene also identified as Beta-Ocimene, is derived from the Greek word “Ocimum,” which means basil. Containing anti-inflammatory effects in white blood cells through a variety of pathways. Antifungal... read more
Terpene: Limonene

Terpene: Limonene

Terpene: Limonene Limonene is considered a major terpene based on its commonality, including the significant number of cannabis cultivars in which limonene is found and the relative volumes in which limonene appears. As its name suggests, this terpene conveys an aroma... read more
Terpene: Pinene

Terpene: Pinene

Terpene: Pinene Pinene acts on multiple neurologic pathways, including GABAergic, cholinergic, dopaminergic, serotoninergic, adrenergic, noradrenergic neurotransmitter systems. It acts in multiple regions of the brain including the hippocampus, frontal cortex,... read more
Terpene: Humulene-hops (alpha caryophyllene)

Terpene: Humulene-hops (alpha caryophyllene)

Terpene: Humulene-hops (alpha caryophyllene) Humulene, also known as caryophyllene, is an isomer of β-caryophyllene and exists in a mixture of the two isomers in hops. Aroma: Earthy, wood-like Fun Facts:  Ever open up a Heineken and it smells like weed? The high hop... read more