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Tea trees, filled with Eucalyptol, in spring

Eucalyptol

Love that cooling, refreshing sensation you get from eucalyptus, mint, rosemary, tea tree, and mugwort? This is due to the terpene eucalyptol, which is also known as cineol.
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Geraniol

Geraniol

I am sure by now, you are familiar with the obvious skunky ‘weed smell’. While some of this is due to the terpene known as myrcene, another contributor to the classic aroma of weed is geraniol.
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Bisabolol

Bisabolol

Bisabolol proves to be a highly contributing factor in the full spectrum of terpenes and cannabinoids that amplify the remedial effects of cannabis.
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Myrcene

Myrcene

Have you ever experienced “couch-lock” from using cannabis? That was most likely contributed by the effects of myrcene, our next terpene in the series! Myrcene is found in many forms of plants that may be very familiar to you: Cannabis, hops, mangos, thyme, lemongrass, and basil are some examples.
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cymene can be found in thyme

Cymene

Cymene is a secondary terpene and is found in many essential oils including thyme, cumin, and cannabis. The most common form of cymene is p-cymene, which is a colorless liquid that has a soft, musty scent. In cannabis, strains that contain cymene are usually low in concentration, which allows it to be safe for consumption.
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