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Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in many plants, including cannabis. They are responsible for the distinctive scents and flavors associated with different strains of cannabis and other botanicals. In addition to their olfactory qualities, terpenes also have potential therapeutic effects, contributing to what's known as the entourage effect when combined with cannabinoids like CBD and THC. In CBD products, terpenes can enhance the overall experience by providing aroma and potentially augmenting the therapeutic benefits.


Myrcene: Found in mangoes, hops, and thyme, myrcene is known for its earthy and musky aroma. It's believed to have sedative effects and may contribute to the relaxing properties of certain CBD strains.

Linalool: Present in lavender, linalool has a floral scent with hints of spice. It's associated with calming and relaxing effects and is often used in aromatherapy for its stress-relieving properties.

Pinene: As the name suggests, pinene has a pine-like aroma and is found in pine needles, rosemary, and basil. It's believed to have anti-inflammatory properties and may also enhance mental alertness.

Limonene: Found in citrus fruits like lemons and oranges, limonene has a bright, citrusy scent. It's associated with mood enhancement and may have anti-anxiety and anti-depressant effects.

Beta-caryophyllene: Present in black pepper, cloves, and certain herbs, beta-caryophyllene has a spicy, peppery aroma. It's unique among terpenes because it can also interact with the body's endocannabinoid system, potentially providing anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects.

Humulene: Found in hops, coriander, and cloves, humulene has an earthy, woody aroma. It's believed to have anti-inflammatory properties and may also act as an appetite suppressant.