What makes cannabis and other botanicals so effective when combined together? It's the terpenes they share. If you’ve been a cannabis lover or CBD user, it’s more than likely you’ve come across the term terpenes — to put it simply, they’re the tastes and smells of plants, foods and oils that we enjoy — which have their own therapeutic and beneficial qualities. The best-known terpene is Linalool, which is most often found in lavender — and even more often used as a sleep aid.
We’re Defining Some Of The Incredible Terpenes Found In Our Formulations Below, To Help You Make A More Informed Choice On Which Yuyo Product To Use.
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Myrcene is one of the most common types of terpenes found in cannabis. Beyond cannabis, myrcene is found in hops and has a peppery, spicy, balsam fragrance. Many myrcene strains are known for producing joyful and euphoric effects, in addition to an overall feeling of relaxation along with promoting well-rested sleep.
This terpene is found in a wide variety of plants and has been used for centuries in holistic Eastern medicinal practices.
Humulene is also no stranger to modern biomedical research, including studies on black pepper, hops, and ginseng. Research has proven it to be an effective anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and appetite suppressant.
Beta-Caryophyllene has a sweet, dry taste and is commonly found in allspice, fig, and roman chamomile. Although it is best known for its presence in pepper, it is also found in many plants, ranging from hops to lavender. It has been reported that Beta-Caryophyllene has anti-inflammatory properties along with being an anti-fungal and antiseptic.
Limonene, found in lemon, has been found to elevate your mood and help relieve stress. It has anti-fungal and antibacterial properties and improves absorption of other terpenes and chemicals by way of the skin, mucous membranes, and the digestive tract.
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