Terpenes are the natural plant compounds that give each individual plant a different smell or taste.
Natural terpenes are responsible for a lot of the smell and flavor in a jar of cannabis concentrate.
Natural plant terpenes interact with the human body in a number of different ways. Terpenes can help support CBD and THC. Terpenes can help with reducing appetite and controlling nausea relief. Terpenes have been shown to help with stress relief and brain function. Terpenes have also been proven to be a powerful sedative and pain reliever. All of these properties are medicinal and affect our body and mind. Terpenes have a lot to do with the way that a cannabis concentrate will taste. Cannabis concentrates that are high in mere seen will usually taste and smell like lemongrass, mango, or thyme. Cannabis concentrates that are high in limonene will commonly taste and smell like lemons, oranges, or limes. Cannabis concentrates that are high in caryophyllene taste like cloves, hops, and rosemary. I prefer cannabis concentrates that taste a lot like lemons and limes. A lot of the cannabis concentrates that I use contain limonene and limonene has been shown to act as an anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and a liver cleanser. When you know what kind of terpenes are in your marijuana product, you can try to get exactly what you need to maximize results for your health and body. Choosing the right cannabis concentrate is just as important as choosing the right type of vitamin, mineral, or supplement. If you care about what goes into your body, choose the best cannabis concentrates with natural plant terpenes.