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Terpinolene is a terpene with a complex aroma profile similar to lilac.
It is present in relatively low concentrations of cannabis and other sources.
Terpinolene may have properties that are sedating, anxiolytic, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, and anti-oxidant, and may help prevent heart disease.
Terpinolene is a clear and colorless liquid with a flowery aroma that the FDA has approved as a food additive for human consumption (FDA PART 172).
However, in isolated and concentration-dependent forms, terpinolene is flammable in liquid and vapor form and can cause skin and eye irritation and allergic skin reactions. In addition, it can be fatal if an isolated or highly concentrated form is swallowed or inhaled due to hemorrhagic damage to gastric mucosa or aspiration.
Herbal, pine, citrus, floral, lilac
Tea-tree, lilac, citrus fruits, navel oranges, apples
Anxiolytic and sedative (via potential anti-acetylcholinesterase and anti-butyrylcholinesterase activity, potent central nervous system depressant activity yet to be further explored)
Anti-cancer effects in mice and cancer models of neuroblastoma, breast, cervical, leukemic, and melanoma cells (via dose-dependent antiproliferative effects mainly attributed to antioxidant effects, reduced protein expression of AKT1 in K562 human leukemic cells, pro-apoptosis, and other antitumor mechanisms yet to be defined)
Anti-bacterial effects on Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterococcus faecalis, Propionibacterium, and Escherichia coli.
Antifungal effects on Candida Albicans, Aspergillus Niger, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, as well as the spores of Diplodia pinea (via growth inhibition with relatively low MIC, specific mechanisms yet to be determined)
Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory features, possible analgesia synergistic with NSAIDS (via potential involvement of 5HT1A receptors, reduction of IL-1β and TNF-α cytokines)
May help prevent heart disease (via inhibiting oxidative modification of low-density lipoproteins, specifically against copper-induced oxidation and prevention of the oxidation of LDL protein)
Last reviewed by Dr. Abraham Benavides, M.D., 06-29-2022
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