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Terpenes are natural compounds that are found in plants and insects. More than 200 terpenes have been identified in the cannabis plant. With a wide variety of therapeutic effects, terpenes can help the body destroy bacteria, detoxify, relax and more.
Read about all the different kinds of natural terpenes that you may encounter in cannabis.
Supports sleep and reduced muscle tension, insomnia, and pain.
Helps with depression, anxiety, reflux, and defense against free radicals.
Eases anxiety and inflammation. Supports motor control and pain management.
Helps defend against free radicals, insomnia, nerve pain and inflammation.
Suppresses appetite, aids with inflammation and pain.
Eases asthma, supports memory and destroys bacteria.
Helps relieve inflammation and pain. Detoxifies and helps relieve inflammation and pain.
Aids in reduction of morphine dependency and inflammation.
Helps to relieve spasms, get rid of bacteria and fight free radicals.
As a general rule of thumb, remember this tip. Terpenes limonene and myrcene are great indicators of the overall effect of cannabis. If a cannabis plant has a terpene profile that is more than 50% limonene, it’s likely that you’ll enjoy it more during the day to increase focus, energy or creativity. If there is more than 50% myrcene present, you should expect feelings of relaxation, sedation and physical ease.
More than ever before, science relies on terpene profiles to determine how you’ll feel after enjoying a specific cannabis product or strain. Combining cannabinoids and terpenes maximize the benefits of cannabis in mind and body.
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