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.
Terpenes are aromatic molecules produced from the resin of plants. Along with flavonoids, terpenes are the scents/smells that we associate with plants. Different cultivars of Cannabis have their own combinations of terpenes which causes each strain to have their own unique scent. Conversely, cannabinoids do not produce scents.
Assembly Bill A7680A signed by Governor Cuomo last month requires all hemp growers, manufacturers, and extractors, and sellers to obtain a license through the New York Department of Agriculture and Markets. The hemp industry in New York is exploding and with that growth comes a responsibility to regulate the industry in a way that helps […]