Top Terpene in Hemp Flower: Linalool
Terpenes are the aromatic compounds in cannabis that give the plant it’s unique smell, and unique benefits. They give the different CBD strains their unique flavor profiles.The presence of these terpenes along with secondary cannabinoids like THC, CBDa, CBG, CBN, and others activate a therapeutic phenomenon known a the “entourage effect.” But science also shows us that terpenes contain compounds that can affect many systems in the body to boost immunity, relieve pain as well as produce a long list of other positive healthful effects. More information at: What are Terpenes?
Linalool is one of the top terpenes found in the cannabis hemp plant.
What is Linalool?
Linalool (LINN-uh-lool) LN (Floral) – Widely used as a stress reliever, sleep aid, and for skin irritants. Popular through its presence in lavender. Linalool is a terpene produced by over 200 species of plants around the world, including cannabis—and now, research reveals that its potent healing properties can enhance the therapeutic effects of cannabidiol (CBD), tetrahydrocannbinol (THC) and other cannabis compounds.
- treatment of asthma
- Uplift mood
- memory retention
- promotes relaxation
- Pain relief
- Immune system support
Aroma Profile: Lavender, floral, spice, and green jasmine aroma. Provides a smooth sweet taste with a subtle, floral quality.Cosely associated with coriander and cinnamon
Linalool also found in jasmine, lavender, mint, rosewood, sweet basil, cinnamon and thyme.
RESTART Strains High in Linalool:
CBD HEMP FLOWER:
- Durban Sour
- Granddaddy Purple
- OG Kush
- White Fire
- White Widow