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Terpineol - pine cone/floral smellIts Use:

This forest fragranced terp smells like an earthy mix of pines and cloves. It’s frequently used in household products because of its olfactory pleasing sensation.
Its woody scent appeals to the seasoned pot smoker and is found in varieties such as Jack Herer and other Jack crossbreeds.

Studies have found cannabis extracted Terpineol to have antioxidant properties which carry an array of health benefits as well as being a trusted cancer-fighting ally.

Terpineol:

Smell/Flavor: 

  • Floral
  • lilac
  • citrus
  • apple
  • orange
  • lime
  • harsh yet sweet
Properties:
Extensively used in talc powder, perfumes, soaps, detergents, shampoo's, conditioners, household products, potpourri and incense for its fragrance


Effects:
Sedative


Conditions:
Insomnia, anxiety, stress
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