Terpinolene – Terpenes and Cannabinoid Research

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Overview - Terpinolene


Terpinolene is a terpene with a complex aroma profile and relatively low concentrations in cannabis and other sources.

Description of Terpinolene and Cautions

Terpinolene is a clear and colorless liquid that has been approved by the FDA as a food additive for human consumption (FDA PART 172). However in isolated forms, Terpinolene is flammable in liquid and vapor form and can cause skin irritation and allegic skin reactions. It can be fatal if the isolated form is swallowed or inhaled.

Scent Description

Herbal, pine, citrus, floral

Natural Sources

tea-tree, lilac, citrus, apples

Summary of Terpinolene Effects

Sedative, anti-cancer, anti-bacterial, anti-oxidant features, may help prevent heart disease

Cannabis Strains High in Terpinolene

Ultra Sour, Dutch Treat, Sensi Star, Ace of Spades, Sour Tsunami

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