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TerpeneMyrcene

October 25, 2020by terpe

Myrcene is one of roughly 10 primary, or major, terpenes produced by the cannabis herb. produces an earthy, spicy, clove fragrance Antiseptic Analgesic Antimicrobial Antioxidant Anti-carcinogen Muscle relaxant

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TerpeneLimonene

October 25, 2020by terpe

Limonene As its name suggests, this terpene conveys an aroma of citrus (grapefruit, lemon, lime, orange, and tangerine). Like other terpenes, limonene is produced by a wide range of plants other than cannabis, including citrus fruits, juniper, lemons, peppermint, and rosemary (it is especially abundant in the rind of these fruits). Limonene is employed in...

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TerpeneLinalool

October 25, 2020by terpe

Linalool Mints, scented herbs, citrus, trees and hundreds of other plants offer Linalool aromatic oils. Other times referred to as beta linalool, linalyl alcohol, linaloyl oxide, and p-linalool. It’s anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties are associated with a relaxing subduing effect. Linalool conveys a very floral aroma of lavender and spice. Anti-anxiety. Stress relief. Anticonvulsant. Antidepressant....

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