Terpenes significantly influence the flavor & smell of a cannabis strainâ€¦ They can labor in synergy with cannabinoids & plant compounds to produce certain & beneficial effectsâ€¦ More than 400 terpenes have been identified but research is not complete.
- There is still so much more to learn about them.
I have figured out that the terpenes affect my preferences for products. I officially look for certain terpenes, because I believe I’ll enjoy the flavor & like the effects, but one of my number ones is linalool, which is similar to lavender & helps to alleviate stressâ€¦ Limonene is a usual terpene that offers charming citrus notes, anti-cancer properties & has demonstrated anti-anxiety benefits. Myrcene is the same terpene found in mangoes & has antifungal & antibacterial properties, and beta-pinene odors enjoy pine trees & is supposed to have anti-cancer properties. To maximize my consumption experience, I take the time to carefully study the label. The majority of the brands include the terpene profiles. I also check the freshness, because terpene concentrations tend to diminish over time. I look for the date on the packages & for flower, I supply it the sniff test for freshness. So far, I’ve been seriously impressed with the integrity of the strains I’ve found at the dispensaryâ€¦ All of their products are second-party tested & verified pesticide- & contaminant-free. All of the cannabis is sourced from local farmers, & they offer a variety of sungrown, greenhouse-grown, indoor & light-deprived grown; While I mainly buy flower & pre-rolls, I also shop for vapes, tinctures, concentrates & edibles. I consult for recommendations from the budtenders, have joined the loyalty club & take fortune of the discounts on yearly deals! So far, I’ve been impressed with the quality of every item I’ve purchased.