Terpens

Terpenes bind to receptors in the brain and give rise to various effects and are the pungent oils with distinctive flavors like citrus, berry, mint, and pine. Terpenes may offer incredible medical value as they mediate our body’s interaction with therapeutic herbs.

A Pinene

Pinene is the main terpene in pine trees which gives them their characteristic scent. Pinene is an analgesic and anti-inflammatory, making it useful for chronic pain aid. Pinene can help fight cancer by encouraging apoptosis and being an anti-proliferative. Pinene is an antioxidant and helps with memory retention.

Limonene

Limonene is a cyclic monoterpene that has a pronounced citrus odor and flavor and is sweet, tangy and bitter. Limonene has numerous medicinal benefits including weight loss, aiding digestion, and preventing gastric distress.

Myrcene

Myrcene is called a monoterpene and is the smallest of the terpenes. It is found in sweet basil, hops and mangoes. Myrcene is anti-inflammatory, aids in sleep and inhibits cell mutation, including cancer cells.

B Pinene

Limonene is a cyclic monoterpene that has a pronounced citrus odor and flavor and is sweet, tangy and bitter. Limonene has numerous medicinal benefits including weight loss, aiding digestion, and preventing gastric distress.

Linalool

Myrcene is called a monoterpene and is the smallest of the terpenes. It is found in sweet basil, hops and mangoes. Myrcene is anti-inflammatory, aids in sleep and inhibits cell mutation, including cancer cells.