What is Terpene and how to use it effectively

Did you know that canabis can be used as a medical substance to treat mortal disease or can be use to ease the pain of cancer or any other medical purpose. Canabis is more than therapeutic compounds that used for getting high or simply amusement substance. With science and technology, we gain better understanding of cannabis and know about more than simply cannabinoid content that used for getting high.

Another substances in canabis are terpenes, the fragrant oils that gives its unique aroma and signature smell. Cannabis Terpenes are secreted in the flower sticky resin glands that provides Blueberry with its signature smell, lavender with beautiful smell and many other herbs, fruits and plants as well. The flower sticky resin glands are also the same glands that provide THC, CBD and other substances.

While cannbinoids can affect the brain and make people getting high, terpenes are also capable to affect the brain receptors and even give rise to various effects. The six common cannabis terpenes that commonly available are Myrcene, Caryophylene, Linalool, Pinene, Humulene, Limonene, Terpenes. Each of them have different boiling points, aromas, effects, and place where it founds. For example, myrcene can be found in mango, thyme, citrus, lemongrass and bay leaves. Myrcene Terpenes is also have medical benefits as antiseptics, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and inflammation. By using specific terpenes according to the medical benefits and use them properly, you will be able to gain medical benefits effectively and using them to treat specific disease. However, to ensure to get the best way to use terpente, you might want to get lab-tested products. Otherwise, you will have to rely on your nose to understand how potency a terpentine is.

Then, to get the best method of ingestion of specific terpentine, you should boil no further than the their boiling point. Otherwise, the quality of terpense can be damaged and cannot be used. Therefore, make sure to use “low-heat” device to extract the full benefit and flavor of your terpenes.

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