are responsible for the pine smell in cannabis. These are also found in pine needles, rosemary, basil, parsley and dill. In herbal medicine it is traditionally used for asthma, pain, ulcers and anxiety. For some people, it increases alertness when consumed. Evaporates at 155°C.
has an earthy and slightly musky scent that can be reminiscent of cloves or cardamom. It is contained in mango, lemongrass, thyme and hops and has a relaxing and calming effect. Evaporates at 167°C.
has a fresh and zesty citrus aroma. Limonenes are found in citrus fruits and their peel, peppermint, rosemary and juniper. Herbalists use limonene to treat anxiety, depression, inflammation, and pain. It can lift your mood and reduce stress. Evaporates at 176°C.
If you have noticed a strong woody/spicy smell of cloves/pepper, then it is beta-caryophyllene. It finds use in the treatment of pain, anxiety, depression and ulcers. It is found in black pepper, cloves and cinnamon. Stress reduction is one of the effects. Evaporates at 130°C.
brings a floral note to cannabis, is found in lavender and is traditionally used to treat anxiety, depression, insomnia, pain, inflammation and neurodegenerative diseases. It is used for sedation and mood improvement. Evaporates at 198°C.
have a woody/earthy smell reminiscent of hops. It is found in hops, coriander, cloves and basil. Herbalists recommend using it as an anti-inflammatory agent. Evaporates at 106°C.
have a sweet scent with a herbal and woody aroma. It is found in mint, parsley, pepper, basil, mangoes, orchids and kumquats. It is also believed to be effective as an anti-fungal antiviral and antiseptic. It is also a decongestant and offers antibiotic effects. Evaporates at 100°C. This is a very delicate terpene that requires careful drying/curing of the buds.
have a floral, herbal scent with a pine aroma. It is found in nutmeg, tea tree, conifers, apples, cumin and lilac. It is important to know that there are 4 terpinenes (alpha, beta, gamma and delta versions). They are all colorless liquids with an aroma of turpentine oil. It is believed to be useful as a sedative, antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal. Evaporates between 175°C and 186°C.
is a pungent-smelling terpene often found as a minor ingredient in many common oils such as turpentine oil, cypress oil, camphor oil, citronella oil. It smells of pine needles and damp earth. Helpful against bacterial and fungal infections. Evaporates at 159°C.
is one of the most common terpenes in nature with its strong woody pine smell. Can be found in pine, caraway, hops as well as cannabis. Evaporates at 166°C.
has a strong, sweet and pungent aroma, this terpene smells like a damp pine forest, earthy with a pine scent. It can make up up to 40% of turpentine oil. Evaporates at 171°C.
is found in cumin oil and thyme oil. Evaporates at 177°C.
is a terpene that can make up 90% of eucalyptus oil. It is found in many plants including basil, rosemary, sage and bay and has a minty smell. It is believed to have a calming effect. Evaporates at 176°C.
is a terpene with a sweet rose scent. Like many other terpenes, it is used extensively in perfumes. Geraniol is a main component of rose oil, lemongrass oil and palmarosa oil. It is used to promote relaxation. Evaporates at 230°C.
is contained in ginger, jasmine, tea tree and lavender. It has a woody aroma reminiscent of fresh tree bark. Evaporates at 122°C.
is a terpene found in cypress and guaiac. It evaporates at 92°C and is believed to have an anti-anxiety effect.
has a sweet floral aroma. Bisabolol is the main ingredient in the oil made from German chamomile. This terpene is believed to have anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Evaporates at 153°C.