Collection: Myrcene

Sweet, earthy, and spicy notes.
Aids in sleep, inflammation, and anxiety. 

How it works.

Myrcene is the most prevalent of the terpenes and can be responsible for up to 50% of the overall terpene content in a product or strain.  Myrcene is commonly found in lemongrass, mangoes, and basil.  A 2002 research study supported the sedative effect of Myrcene and its effectiveness in treating anxiety, insomnia, and other sleep disorders.

Myrcene FEAT

When we look at terpenes Kindling breaks them down into function, entourage effect, aroma, and taste or FEAT. 

Function

What sort of situational uses and settings should I turn to this terpene for?

  • SLEEP
  • INFLAMMATION
  • ANXIETY
  • SEDATIVE/COUCH LOCK
Entourage

What effect is produced when this terpene is combined with a cannabinoid?

Myrcene + CBG =

  • ANTI-CANCER

Myrcene + CBD =

  • INFLAMMATION, PAIN, ANTI-CANCER

Myrcene + THC =

  • PAIN, ANXIETY, INFLAMMATION, SEDATION
Aroma

What does this terpene smell like?

  • SPICY BALSAMIC
  • EARTHY
  • CLOVE
Taste

What does this terpene taste like?

  • MANGO
  • SWEET
  • SLIGHTLY SPICY

As always, with medical conditions and symptoms, please consult with your doctor for personalized medical advice. The statements made regarding these products have not been evaluated by Health Canada. The efficacy of these products has not been confirmed by Health Canada-approved research. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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