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Since the dawn of time, the various elements of the natural world have worked together to maintain a careful balance. The first humans thrived on the environment around them—food, shelter and all other means of survival came from the Earth. The air was ripe with aromatic compounds, which we now recognize as terpenes. Terpenes are molecules that grow on the flowers and leaves of most plants, including cannabis. They’re what give plants and flowers their unique aromas and flavors. Many believe they also support wellbeing and balance in the body and mind.
Cannabis contains surprisingly concentrated amounts of various terpenes. The primary terpenes found in cannabis are pinene, myrcene, linalool, eucalyptol, limonene, humulene, geraniol, terpineol and caryophyllene. High amounts of these terpenes can also be found in plants like lavender (high in linalool), citrus (high in limonene) or eucalyptus (high in eucalyptol).
Each terpene has its own specific health benefits. Pinene can aid memory, while limonene is energizing and supports focus. Myrcene and linalool both have relaxing, sedative qualities. Caryophyllene has so many health benefits, it’s practically a wonder drug on its own.
In the past two hundred years, that balance in nature has been wildly unsettled by industrialization and the other effects of humans. Many of us reside in urban cities and pay a pretty penny for fruits and vegetables that are untouched by synthetic chemicals. The air that was once filled with natural, healthy terpene compounds is now full of man-made pollutants and fine particulate matter that can lead to serious health problems. If you live in an urban environment, odds are you’re terpene-deficient.
So, what can you do? How do you restore that lost balance?
That’s where we come in! We’re here to help you discover the terpenes found in the everyday world and show you how to benefit from their incredible, natural powers that can make you feel good from the inside out. You may not realize it, but terpenes exist all around us. You can eat them, drink them, rub them on your face and bathe in their infused essence. It’s as easy as throwing a lemon wedge in a glass of water or putting a few drops of lavender essential oil in the tub.
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