ß-Caryophyllene – Terpenes and Cannabinoid Research

ß-Caryophyllene Research Dashboard

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Primary Studies

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Meta-analyses/Reviews

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Animal studies

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Overview - ß-Caryophyllene

ß-Caryophyllene

Beta-caryophyllene is a sesquiterpene that binds with CB2 receptors. Depending on concentration, its scent is described as spicy, peppery, with a strong warm, wooden aroma and an undertone of citrus.It is not uncommon for beta-caryophyllene to be the predominant terpenoid in cannabis.

Description of ß-Caryophyllene and Cautions

Beta-caryophyllene is a colorless and slightly oily liquid that has been approved by the FDA as a food additive for human consumption (FDA PART 172).

Scent Description

Black pepper, cloves, hops, cinnamon

Natural Sources

Black pepper, grains of Paradise, basil, Sri Lankan cinnamon, caraway

Summary of ß-Caryophyllene Effects

Immune-modulation, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective (spasms, seizures, epilepsy, induces neuritogenesis); may protect from Alzheimer’s Disease and Vascular Dementia; may be beneficial in cases of colitis, IBS; anti-bacterial (tuberculosis, leprosy, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa); anti-fungal (Candida albicans, Aspergillus niger); may be protective against type-2 diabetes; may have anti-cancer properties (kidney, colon, pancreatic, melanoma, lymphoma); may produce a synergistic effect with certain chemotherapy agents (e.g. Paclitaxel), analgesic effects (in cases of inflammatory and neuropathic pain), antioxidant, may protect against binge drinking or chronic alcohol consumption-induced alcoholic steatohepatitis,nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, and steatosis (fatty liver diseases).

Cannabis Strains High in ß-Caryophyllene

Tickle Kush, SFV OG, Super Lemon Haze, Sherbert Breath

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