When we look at terpenes Kindling breaks them down into function, entourage effect, aroma, and taste or FEAT.
What effect does the terpene produce in my body when it interacts with my endocannabinoid system?
What proven effect is produced when the terpene is combined with a cannabinoid?
What does the terpene smell like?
What does the terpene taste like?
Pinene ExplainedRead More
Pinene! It sounds like a familiar tree, doesn’t it? Well, that’s no coincidence since this terpene’s aroma is woodsy and resembles that of pine trees.
Myrcene ExplainedRead More
Peppery and spicy are some of the ways to describe myrcene.
Limonene ExplainedRead More
Limonene is a terpene that gives cannabis plants citrusy and zesty aromas and tastes. It’s the second most common terpene in nature.
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Caryophyllene: The spicy terpene.
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The easiest word to use to describe terpinolene is floral.