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Terpene of the Week: Terpineol

Terpineol in everyday life You may have used a personal product, such as soap, lotion, or perfume that contains aromatic terpineol presenting with a gentle lilac profile. Tea drinkers may also have...
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Terpene of the Week: Ocimene

Ocimene has a strong, sweet, herbal scent and a boiling point of 212 degrees Fahrenheit (100 Celsius). It’s found in a wide variety of plant life, including mint, mangoes, basil, and orc...
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Terpene of the Week: Phellandrene

Phellandrene is a pair of organic compounds, identified as alpha-phellandrene and beta-phellandrene, which share similar molecular structure and chemical properties. Both are classified as monoterp...
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Terpene of the Week: Myrcene

One of the most common terpenes found in cannabis is myrcene. Beyond cannabis, myrcene is found in hops and is responsible for the peppery, spicy, balsam fragrance in beer. It’s also expr...
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Terpene of the Week: Pinene

If the terpenes effects that you are looking for include anti-inflammatory properties, consider using pinene. As the word suggests, this compound delivers the pine-like scent, and you can...
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Terpene of the Week: Limonene

Limonene is the second most abundant terpene in all cannabis strains, but not all strains necessarily have it. As its name says, limonene gives strains a citrusy smell that resembles lemons, which ...
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