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Humulene is shared by hops, black pepper, and cannabis, and is a fairly common terpene responsible for spicy, herbaceous, and floral aromas. Humulene has shown potential be an effective anti-inflammatory and appetite suppressant.

Myrcene is the most common terpene found in cannabis and is found in mangos. Myrcene can make up as much as 65% of the total terpene profile in some strains. Myrcene provides an earthy and musky aroma similar to cloves and may also have hints of fruity or citrusy flavors. Strains with high levels of myrcene are typically labeled as Indica.

Linalool's spicy and floral notes are responsible for the recognizable marijuana smell. Linalool is also present in lavender, mint, cinnamon and coriander. Interestingly, just like these aromatic herbs, Linalool has powerful relaxing properties and offers a variety of health benefits.

Pinene gets the name from its pine-like aroma and flavor. Pinene exist in strains with high THC levels and is heavily concentrated in pine trees, rosemary, orange peels, basil and parsley. Pinene may be more common in sativas.

Terpinolene generally produces uplifting effects and is associated with Sativa strains. One of the uniting concepts of high terpinolene strains are reports of relaxation and mood elevation. Terpinolene carries a citrusy flavor, floral aroma, and is found in Tea Tree and Nutmeg.

Limonene presents in smaller amounts than terpenes like myrcene and caryophyllene. As its name suggests, limonene is a citrusy terpene found in cannabis, lemons, oranges, limes and grapefruits. It is responsible for the characteristic citrusy smell and flavor profile found in many cannabis strains.

Caryophyllene is a spicy and peppery terpene found in cannabis, black pepper, cinnamon, cloves and spices like oregano, basil and rosemary. It is abundant in strains high in THC and may act to reduce inflammation by binding directly to the body’s receptors.

Ocimene has a woody and herbaceous aroma and flavor. Ocimene also contains some hints of sweetness and notes of citrus. Thanks to the scent profile of this terpene, you’ll also find it as an additive in colognes, perfumes, and many other cosmetic products.

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