There are about 10 well known terpenes in the cannabis world, even though there are over 200 found in cannabis. 200!!! One lesser known terpene is called ocimene, and this botanical booster is a terp doing work!
Meet caryophyllene, the terpene so serene lol! The scientific name is beta-caryophyllene, so let's call it BCP for time's sake. BCP is an amazing terpene, for one because it doubles as a cannabinoid and two, it's the only terpene found in ALL strains of cannabis. Matter of fact, it's the terpene that drug-sniffing K-9 dogs are trained to sniff out, stay woke!
Today we celebrate these concentrates, and the most popular form of consumption is know as dabbing! Go on, do the dance. I’ll wait lol
Lemon Skunk, Durban Poison (one of my favs), and OG Kush are some of the strains dripping with limonene. And how lucky they are! This terpene has abilities to uplift, heal, and invigorate!
This terpene is found in over 200 plants beside cannabis. Matter of fact, you probably have consumed a couple of grams within the past year alone, with or without cannabis!
High and Happy #TerpeneTuesday! I hashtag anything. Ever smelled fresh clove? It's my favorite when blended with cinnamon and nutmeg in baked goods or some tea on a chilly evening. Well, that's just humble humulene, the woody, earthy, kind of spicy terpene found in clove, hops, basil, and of …
MYRCENE! One of my fave terps. You can also find it in hops, bay leaves, and thyme, yummy! Oh, and don't forget that terpenes are the essential oils secreted by plants.
Get it? TERPetuate? Instead of perpetuate? See what I did there? Eh screw you it was good lol. High and Happy Medical Monday Blogees! Cannabis, like many plants, produces many different chemical compounds. We discuss THC and CBD often, but terpenes play a very important role in my favorite plant. Terpenes produce the different aromas …