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What does Linalool do?

Linalool is a monoterpene that is found naturally in many aromatic plants but most often associated with lavender. This terpene is known to affect the

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What is Terpineol?

Terpineol is a naturally occuring terpene in nature. It can be found in flowers such as lavender and freesia, in herbs, such as marjoram, oregano,

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What does Myrcene do?

Myrcene is a terpene known as the active sedating compound of hops and lemon grass, also found in basil, mangos, and its namesake, Myrcia sphaerocarpa,

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How to use 3-Carene?

Delta 3-carene is a terpene with a sweet and pungent odor and can be described as caramel candy-like with notes of fir needles, musky earth

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What does Caryophyllene do?

Caryophyllene, known typically as β-Caryophyllene, is a common terpene throughout the plant world. It is commonly found in basil, cinnamon, black pepper, cloves, cannabis, lavender,

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What is Pinene?

Pinene (C10H16) is one of the most abundant components in essential oils of various plant species. It is a hydrocarbon which occurs as two isomers

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What are terpenes?

Terpenes are aromatic flavour compounds present in all living organisms. Green plants, and flowering plants specifically often have the highest terpenoid content in the natural

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What does Linalool do?

Linalool is a monoterpene that is found naturally in many aromatic plants but most often associated with lavender. This terpene is known to affect the

What is Terpineol?

Terpineol is a naturally occuring terpene in nature. It can be found in flowers such as lavender and freesia, in herbs, such as marjoram, oregano,

What does Myrcene do?

Myrcene is a terpene known as the active sedating compound of hops and lemon grass, also found in basil, mangos, and its namesake, Myrcia sphaerocarpa,

How to use 3-Carene?

Delta 3-carene is a terpene with a sweet and pungent odor and can be described as caramel candy-like with notes of fir needles, musky earth