Eucalyptol, also known as Cineol, is the terpene responsible for the pleasurable and cooling scents found within eucalyptus, mint, rosemary, tea tree, mugwort, bay leaves, sweet basil, sage, and some strains of cannabis. When smoked, one can experience a sweet, refreshing cooling taste.
Humulene is one of the core cannabis terpenes, among limonene, myrcene, and pinene. People also commonly refer to the terpene humulene as caryophyllene. Besides cannabis, humulene is also found in clove, hops, sage, ginger, echinacea purpurea, and ginseng. It gives beer its famous “hoppy” aroma and taste. It gives ginger, echinacea, and sage their sting! […]
Pinene is a terpene that can be found in pine needles, turpentine, orange peels, dill, basil, rosemary and of course… cannabis!
The smell/flavor it produces is… drumroll… pine! The flavor is pleasantly earthy. Whenever I smoke a pine flavored strain, I’ll close my eyes and feel like I am a woodland fairy in the middle of an enchanted forest.
If you are a fan of lavender then you are a fan of Linalool! Linalool is one of the most universally used terpenes to help alleviate stress. It can be found within 200 different types of plants, including lavender, lemon, and coriander. Its scent is described as floral with hints of spice. The Power of […]