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Sabinene is a naturally occurring bicyclic monoterpene isolated from the essential oils of various plant species. Sabinene is a chiral molecule that exists as (+) and (-) enantiomers, i.e., one of two stereoisomers not superposable onto their mirror image, similar to the left and right hand.
Is Sabinene safe?
In their highly concentrated form, both enantiomers of sabinene are a liquid and vapor that are highly flammable and harmful if swallowed. Exposure to either enantiomer in their concentrated forms can irritate the mucous membranes and the skin.
IUPAC Name [(+)-Sabinene]: (1R,5R)-4-methylidene-1-propan-2-ylbicyclo[3.1.0]hexane
IUPAC name [(-)-Sabinene]: (1S,5S)-4-methylidene-1-propan-2-ylbicyclo[3.1.0]hexane
Warm and spicy.
The essential oil of wild carrot seeds contains a significant amount of sabinene, up to 40% twice that of cultivated carrot seeds (M. Aćimović et al., 2016).
Durban Poison, Grapefruit
Sabinene is associated with the following properties and effects:
Endocannabinoid System (ECS) and Sabinene:
Endocannabinoidome (eCBome) and Sabinene:
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