Terpene: Terpineol

Terpene: Terpineol

Terpene: Terpineol Terpene: Terpineol(α-T) is a monocyclic monoterpene tertiary alcohol with a pleasant scent similar to lilac. Therefore, it is widely used in the manufacturing of perfumes, cosmetics, soaps, antiseptic agents and is considered one of the most... read more
Terpene: Eucalyptol

Terpene: Eucalyptol

Terpene: Eucalyptol Terpene: Eucalyptol was first discovered by French chemist Stanislas Cloez in 1870. But long before that discovery, herbal medicine touted eucalyptus as a cough suppressant, mood enhancer, and antibacterial agent. Today, eucalyptol still has a wide... read more
Terpene: Delta 3 Carene

Terpene: Delta 3 Carene

Terpene: Delta 3 Carene Terpene: Delta 3 Carene (carene) is a bicyclic monoterpene.  Carene occurs naturally as a component of turpentine, with content as high as 42% depending on the source. Aroma: sweet and cedar Fun Fact: Used to dry excess fluids like sweat,... read more
Terpene: Borneol

Terpene: Borneol

Terpene: Borneol Terpene: Borneol is a monoterpenoid component derived from Kapur, which is an emergent canopy. It has been widely used in traditional Chinese medicine as a messenger drug, which facilitates the transport of multiple drugs to specific sites and... read more
Terpene: Linalool

Terpene: Linalool

Terpene: Linalool Terpene: Linalool exists in two chiral forms, R- and S-linalool, the R form is a great deal more flavor active. Aroma: Floral scent; similar to lavender with hints of citrus. Fun facts-: Attract a lover and get rid of cockroaches! The EPA has... read more
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