Terpenes CANDLES

Terpenes are aromatic compounds found in many plants.

Know what you smell so you can know what you feel with our natural aromatherapy, Terpenes & essential oil infused candle. No THC. You will not get high by smelling this candle but you can enjoy the benefits. Sour Diesel displays an extremely pungent blend of citrus, grapefruit and spice.

This limonene dominant profile comes with secondary terpenes like beta caryophyllene, ocimene, myrcene & linalool that lead up to a relaxed, yet uplifting and creative energy.

Prominent Terpenes:

Myrcene

Limonene

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TERPENE ATTRIBUTES

Bisabolol. With notes of chamomile and tea tree oil, the terpene bisabolol is thought to reduce inflammation and irritation. It may also have microbial and pain-reducing effects.
Caryophyllene. The peppery, spicy molecule may reduce anxiety, ease symptoms of depression, and improve ulcers.
Linalool. Linalool is said to help improve relaxation and boost mood with its floral notes.
Myrcene. The most common terpene, this earthy, herbal molecule may help reduce anxiety and insomnia so you can sleep better.
Ocimene. This terpene produces notes of basil, mango, and parsley. Its primary effects may include easing congestion and warding off viruses and bacteria.
Pinene. As the name suggests, this terpene produces an intense pine aroma. It may help boost memory, reduce pain.
Terpinolene. Cannabis with this compound may smell like apples, cumin, and conifers. It may have sedative, antibacterial, and anti-fungal properties.
Limonene. Bright, zippy citrus notes come from this terpene. It’s said to improve mood and reduce stress.
Humulene. This terpene is deeply earthy and woody, like hops or cloves. Cannabis strains with this molecule may reduce inflammation.
Eucalyptol. With notes of eucalyptus and tea tree oil, this molecule is refreshing and invigorating. It may also reduce inflammation and fight bacteria.
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