Nerolidol – Terpenes and Cannabinoid Research

Nerolidol Research Dashboard

20

Primary Studies

1

Related Studies

21

Total Studies

Clinical Studies

0

Double-blind human trials

0

Clinical human trials

Pre-Clinical Studies

2

Meta-analyses/Reviews

6

Animal studies

12

Laboratory studies

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Overview - Nerolidol

Nerolidol

Nerolidol has a fresh and woody scent. Poor skin penetration limits the bioavailability of drugs used to treat certain conditions, especially those of the skin. Similar to DMSO, nerolidol has the capacity to enhance skin penetrationand as such may be useful in focusing the delivery of drugs where they are needed.

Description of Nerolidol and Cautions

Nerolidol appears as an oily liquid ranging in color from colorless to yellow. It has been approved by the FDA as a food additive for human consumption (FDA PART 172). In isolated forms it can cause eye, skin, and respiratory irritation.

Scent Description

Woody, floral, citrus

Natural Sources

Tea tree oil, ginger, lemongrass, citrus peel

Summary of Nerolidol Effects

Sedative, antispasmotic, antifungal (Microsporum gypseum), antiparasitical (babesiosis, malaria), may produce a synergy with pharmaceutical antibiotics.

Cannabis Strains High in Nerolidol

Sour Diesel, OG Kush, Cannatonic Blackberry, Ghost Train Haze, Lemon Kush

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