Geraniol – Terpenes and Cannabinoid Research

Geraniol Research Dashboard

28

Primary Studies

2

Related Studies

30

Total Studies

Clinical Studies

0

Double-blind human trials

1

Clinical human trials

Pre-Clinical Studies

2

Meta-analyses/Reviews

18

Animal studies

7

Laboratory studies

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Overview - Geraniol

Geraniol

Geraniol has a rose-reminiscent scent that is often employed in the creation of perfumes and in cigarettes. It has been shown to be a functional insect repellent against mosquitoes and to attract beneficial insects such as honeybees.

Description of Geraniol and Cautions

Concentrated geraniol is a colorless to pale yellow oily liquidand is considered an allergen that may cause skin, eye, and respiratory irritations.

Scent Description

Floral, rosey, citrus, tangy

Natural Sources

Geraniums, tobacco

Summary of Geraniol Effects

Antioxidant, neuroprotective, anti-inflammatory, possible inducing vasorelaxation, possible anti-tumor effects

Cannabis Strains High in Geraniol

Amensia Haze, Afghani, Headband, Great White Shark, OG Shark, Lavender, Master Shark

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