Pinene – Terpenes and Cannabinoid Research

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CannaKeys has 79 studies associated with Pinene.

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Overview - Pinene


The single terpene that stands out from the crowd with its sheer abundance in the fauna and flora of nature is alpha pinene. It is the terpene that produces the pine-like, woody scent in numerous plants and trees of great variety and from very different geographical regions. Rowantinex is an over-the-counter terpene formula high in pinene, camphene, and borneol.

Description of Pinene and Cautions

Isolated pinene is a colorless to pale yellow liquid that may cause irritation to eyes, skin, and mucous membranes and be fatal if inhaled or ingested.

Scent Description

Pine, herbal, woody

Natural Sources

Rosemary, pine, cedar, redwood, conifers

Summary of Pinene Effects

Bronchodilation, anti-inflamatory (pancreatitis), antifungal (candida), anti-bacterial (MRSA, Bronchitis), may help Alzheimer’s Disease, Parkinson’s Disease, and multiple sclerosis, may inhibit liver cancer, may assist in cognitive enhancement.

Cannabis Strains High in Pinene

AC/DC, Chemdawg, Trainwreck, Sour Diesel, Super Lemon Haze

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