The terpene myrcene enhances cannabinoid synergy in various ways.
Humulene is a terpene found in hops, sage, basil, black pepper, ginger, clove, ginseng, pine trees and cannabis-of course.
Limonene is the second prevalent terpene on the plant and the third most prevalent terpene in cannabis strains.
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.
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