Myrcene (Musk Citrus) is the most common and abundant terpene found in cannabis. It's also found in mango, with a flavour profile that's a mix of citrus and musk (eating a mango 45 min. before smoking will increase THC effect). Myrcene has been known for its sedative properties and may be part of the reason cannabis has been used for pain management and is usually recommended as a supplement during cancer treatments.
Limonene (Lemon Citrus) provides a sweet lemon smell. Citrus fruits are loaded with limonene, and it's commonly extracted for use in foods, cleaning products and cosmetics. It is believed to have the potential to improve mood and relaxation, and has been known to help reduce tumor size.
Caryophyllene (Pepper Spice) is found in a variety of edible plants and herbs and smells of pepper and spice, and can also be found in black pepper, cinnamon, cloves, oregano, basil and rosemary. It has long been used in anti-inflammatory topicals and creams and is also thought to reduce anxiety, and is recommended for treating alcohol withdrawal symptoms.
Pinene (Pine Sweet) smells like pine trees, with a hint of rosemary. A relatively common terpene also found in rosemary, orange peels, basil and parsley. It has been studied for a variety of positive effects, including helping with focus and respiratory inflammation.
Humulene (Woody Spice) is most commonly found in hops, which is also its most pronounced flavour characteristic. it can be also found in clove, sage, and black pepper. It's thought to suppress appetite and is currently being studied for its effects on cancer cells.
Terpenes are fragrant oils naturally secreted in cannabis, including other plants, fruits and herbs. They are the organic compounds that give each strain of cannabis its unique aroma, flavour and effects. These oils have been used for centuries in medicine, natural remedies and food. Use search console to filter by terpenes.
Rise dried flower by Tokyo Smok is a sativa dominant strain with strong THC potency, grown in a hybrid greenhouse where it's machine-trimmed, hand-groomed and dried using the rack and tray method. The strain's lemon-pine flavour comes from a terpene mixture highlighted by limonene (also found in citrus fruits and juniper) and linalool (which it shares with lavender, mint and cinnamon). Available in various sizes of dried flower and pre-rolled.
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