The study of the potential therapeutic properties of terpenes is in its infant stage. What we know is terpenes impact our body, our brain and modulate brain cell behaviour.
Terpenes play an essential role in the effects, flavour, and aroma of cannabis strains. There are over one hundred terpenes derived from cannabis. And they are known to promote therapeutic effects.
Terpenes create the aroma of plants like cannabis. Terpenes also make other familiar smells like orange, pine cones, and lavender.
Cannabis plants have a high concentration of terpenes.
It’s no secret. Growing cannabis can be a pretty stinky business.
Whether you're growing indoors or outdoors, that infamous aroma can cause some seriously unwanted attention.
Terpenes (terpenoids) are found in many plant species, which include cannabis.
They play a vital role in working within our endocannabinoid system and other beneficial cannabinoids like CBD to treat our ailments. Terpenes have beneficial properties and are responsible for the variation of flavour and aroma in cannabis plants.
Hard-hitting mostly indica strains like those found in the Kush family are known to promote relaxation and restore mind/body balance.
Kush is an excellent cannabis strain- especially after a long day of bull crap. Silencing mental chatter and producing a sense of calm, a lot of Kush aficionados enjoy these strains on weekends or evenings.
All mammals have an endocannabinoid system (ECS) – including our pets.
Because cannabinoids like cannabidiol (CBD) positively interact with this vastly intricate system, and the ECS plays a role in regulating and monitoring our nervous system, they can help treat joint and mobility conditions.
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