Terpenes & Us — basil
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Terpenes represent the aromatic and flavor building blocks of our natural world. They exist in virtually any plant that contains a fragrance and taste, which also happens to include cannabis. They are a vast classification of chemical compounds found in trees, fruits, plants, vegetables, insects, and all throughout nature. The benefits of terpenes have been scientifically evident since at least the 1900s but have been used throughout human history in one form or another. WHY TERPENES? Dictate your product’s effect, flavor, and consistency with Inca Trail’s pure food grade terpenes. Whether its a cannabis cartridge, a candle, a body wash,...
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MYRCENE EXPLAINED! - Everything We Know So Far About This Terpene Isolate!
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What do mangoes, lemongrass tea, beer, basil, and almost every strain of cannabis have in common? Myrcene! Myrcene (MUR-seen), also known as beta-myrcene, is a mango-smelling monoterpene and the most common terpene found in cannabis. If you know nothing about terpenes, myrcene is the best one to learn about first, due to its prominence in cannabis, its profound physiological effects, and it immense potential in other applications. MYRCENE'S PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS Myrcene is known for its sedative and muscle relaxant effects and most cannabis strains packed with this peppery. The terpene enhances the effects of GABA (Gamma-amino butyric acid) at the...
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