Terpenes give cannabis/Hemp its aromatic & flavor profile. Have you ever noticed how even among the same strains, cannabis/hemp can smell different? Those are the Terpenes doing their work. Of course, they do more than just provide aromatics, but like the notes in a good wine, Terpenes give cannabis/Hemp its aromatic & flavour profile. The four most common Terpenes found in cannabis/Hemp are limonene, B-caryophyllene, linalool, and B-myrcene.
“200 Terpenes to my knowledge are found in the hemp plant. There is no other plant that can brag of having more than 40 that I am aware of… Terpenes is the magic. Without it you will get very little or no results… If you’re not using Hemppath Hemp Oil, ask for a lab report to show the percent of Terpene in your bottle.”
Terpenes can help fix things in our body. The cannibis/hemp oil is used to open the doorway in our body to let theTerpenes be carried through the blood.
Some people think THC is a Terpene? NO that is not true. THC is a cannabinoid not a Terpenes.
Are terpenes legal?
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recognized terpenes as being “safe”. The answer to the often-conflicted question, are terpenes legal, is yes. Althoughterpenes are part of the cannabis plant, they are also part of many of other plants.Terpenes are legal.
Don’t Settle for Less Quality… Check it out. Ask for a Lab Report on Terpenes.
Hemppath Hemp Oil Terpenes
Our Hemppath Hemp Oil contains 60 Terpenes (lab tested)
Below is a list of the main 13 Terpenes that make up 1% & greater of our product.
31.1% Trans-beta Caryophyllene
*Anti-inflammatory and relieve pain
*Alcohol craving reduction
*Anti-anxiety and anti-depressant
*eases chronic pain & inflammation
*aid in fighting cancer
*Bronchodilator (improve airflow to lungs)
*aids memory & promotes alertness
* tumor-inhibiting traits (may be helpful in with colon & pancreatic cancers)
*loss of appetite
* Dyspepsia (bloated feeling, intestinal gas, belching, nausea, heart burn, etc)
1.5% Caryophyllene oxide
*helps with acid reflux