Terpenes & Us — fenchol explained
Posted by Jack O'Leary on
What do basil, cannabis have in common? Fenchol! Fenchol is a monoterpenoid and isomer of borneol frequently used in perfume manufacturing, due to its a fresh, lemon-lime scent. Fenchol is also known for giving basil its signature scent. Found in fresh, citrus-scented perfumes and cosmetics, though they are also found in many shampoos, candles, laundry detergents and fabric softeners. Most have experienced fenchol any time you sprinkle basil into a pot of tomato sauce or enjoy a salad containing fresh basil. Fenchol's aroma may have also drifted into your senses if you have held a bouquet of aster flowers. You may also have...
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