The Pleasantrees Experience
Best known as the terpene responsible for the calming scent of lavender, cannabis strains high in linalool tend to have a calming effect. If you’re looking to enjoy better sleep or a less anxious mood, linalool is a terpene you’ll want to pay attention to.
Myrcene is the most common terpene in cannabis - giving it that quintessentially cirtusy, musky scent. Myrcene tends to accentuate the effects of THC, creating a more powerful experience that can be especially helpful for managing pain or creating deep relaxation.
As its name suggests, pinene smells like pine - but also a bit like rosemary. With its bright, fresh scent, pinene tends to produce feelings of alertness and focus, which is why you’ll find it more common among sativa-dominant strains like Sour Diesel and Green Crack.
With its smoky, spicy scent, you’ll find beta-caryophyllene smells similar to black pepper and allspice. Despite its highly enjoyable aroma, beta-caryophyllene doesn’t tend to influence the effect of THC; instead it does its work behind the scenes acting as an anti-inflammatory and antioxidant within the body.
Perhaps the most common terpene within the citrus family, limonene has a sweet lemon fragrance that awakens the senses. Because of its bright signature, limonene tends to help elevate the mood and relieve stress; it also has antifungal and antimicrobial properties.
This terpene creates the woody, earthy, sweet smell of hops. Much like beta-caryophyllene, it’s impact tends to be more medicinal in nature - helping to suppress the appetite and calm inflammation.
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