Terpineol – Terpenes and Cannabinoid Research

Terpineol Research Dashboard

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Related Studies

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Overview - Terpineol

Terpineol

Terpineol is commonly employed as a scent and flavoring agent in foods, perfumes, cosmetics, and cleaning products. Alpha-terpineol has shown to enhance the permeability of skin to lipid-soluble compounds, which may help create a topical entourage effects with lipophilic cannabinoids. For instance, if a patient would like to employ the anti-acne effects of the lipophilic cannabinoid CBD combining it with a small amount of terpineol may enhance localized bioavalability and as such better possible therapeutic results.

Description of Terpineol and Cautions

Isolated alpha-terpineol appearance ranges from a colorless viscous liquid to a solid and may cause irritation to skin, eyes, and mucous membranes.

Scent Description

Lilac, pine, citrus, woody, floral

Natural Sources

Pine trees, tea tree oil, limes

Summary of Terpineol Effects

May be able to destroy certain cancers such as lung cancer cells and leukemia cells (erythroleukemic K562).Anti-bacterial, possible use as an anti-fungal, ant-inflammatory as a topical.

Cannabis Strains High in Terpineol

Jack Herer, White Widow, Girl Scout Cookies, OG Kush

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