Terpene of the Month: Terpinolene

Terpene of the Month: Terpinolene

Terpinolene is a terpene known for its complex aroma. Rather than having a distinct scent, it is made up of multiple herbaceous scents that come across as piney, floral, pungent, and occasionally sweet or citrus-like. Due to its fresh and...

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Terpene of the Month: Caryophyllene

Terpene of the Month: Caryophyllene

Caryophyllene and beta-caryophyllene are best known for their sharp bite and spicy black pepper aroma. Unsurprisingly, this terpene can also be found in black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, and aromatic spices like oregano, basil, and rosemary. There...

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Terpene of the Month: Humulene

Terpene of the Month: Humulene

Humulene has a earthy, woody, and spice aroma, and along with myrcene and pinene, is one of the most herbaceous and powerful terpenes in contributing to aroma. Besides being found in cannabis, this essential oil can be found in clove, basil...

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Terpene of the Month: Linalool

Terpene of the Month: Linalool

Linalool is a relaxing terpene that can be described floral, similar to lavender, with a hint of spice, possibly due to the aroma created when mixed with myrcene. This pungent terpene can also be found in lavender, mint, cinnamon, and coriander...

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Choosing Your Strain

Choosing Your Strain

Choosing Your Strain Finding a strain that works well for you can be challenging and even frustrating at times, but here are some tips and tricks to look for. Sativa, Hybrid, or Indica? Contrary to popular belief, this is not the best way to find...

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Terpene of the Month: Pinene

Terpene of the Month: Pinene

The rich, dense forest aroma behind pinene’s distinct profile  is due to the twin terpenes alpha-pinene and beta-pinene. Besides being found in cannabis plants, this terpene can be found in many plants, including rosemary, orange peels, basil...

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Terpene of the Month: Limonene

Terpene of the Month: Limonene

Limonene Limonene is the second most abundant naturally occurring terpene in cannabis. As the name suggests, this terpene has a rich citrus and lemon smell, but may also smell like juniper, pine, and rosemary. It is no surprise that it is also...

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Terpene of the Month: Myrcene

Terpene of the Month: Myrcene

Terpenes can be easily described as the essential oils found in the cannabis plant. Fruits and plants naturally produce terpenes, which produce fragrant aroma and act as a nature barrier against disease and pests. Terpenes are known to be...

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