Benefits of Terpenes In Hemp

One of the factors that make plant medicine so special are terpenes, which are responsible for the variety of aromas found in hemp, fruits, herbs, and plants. These powerful scents range from woodsy and earthy to floral, fruity, or even peppery. Each terpene has a range of unique medicinal and healing properties. Like cannabinoids, terpenes bind to receptors in the brain and give rise to various effects. Our whole plant extract contains B – Caryophyllene, a- Humulene, and Linalool.

B- Caryophyllene

Beta-Caryophyllene or B-Caryophyllene is a terpene found in hemp as well as black pepper, rosemary, bay leaf, clove, and other “spicy” scents. It is anti-inflammatory and most interestingly, activates CB2 receptors, the same receptors also activated by CBD.

  • Anti- Inflammatory
  • Neuroprotective
  • Anti-Depressant
  • Gastroprotective

a-Humulene

Humulene is the terpene that gives hops its signature scent and flavor as well as hemp. It is anti-bacterial but also it is anorectic, meaning that it is an appetite suppressant.

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  • Anti- Inflammatory
  • Anti- Bacterial
  • Appetite Suppressant

Linalool

Linalool is a naturally occurring terpene found in many flowers and spices including lavender and coriander and hemp. It gives off a complex yet delicate floral aroma, and while its effects are myriad, it is, in particular, one of the substances used most widely to reduce stress.

  • Anti-Anxiety
  • Calming
  • Anti- Inflammatory
  • Antiepileptic

Also read: How Can Terpenes Affect Your Mood?

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