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What Are Terpenes?

Terpenes are the personality of a plant! It is the combination of naturally occurring chemicals within plant matter that give a plant distinct flavors, colors and aromas! Thanks to terpenes, every plant has something unique to bring to the table.

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Where Do Terpenes Come From?

Terpenes come from plants. In some rare instances, even insects can contain their very own terpenes! Genetically speaking, plants have evolved over time to create very unique identifiers. Consider lavender and mint plants. Each of these over time have perfected their own personal terpene profiles – allowing us to utilize them in entirely different ways!

Terpenes V.S. Terpene Profiles

This can be a common mistake when discussing terpenes. However, it is helpful to know the difference as a consumer. An isolated terpene has its own utility and abilities. However, the vast majority of known plants do not produce a single terpene. Instead, plants produce a variety of individual terpenes. It is the blend of these terpenes that we call “terpene profiles.”

A few of the most common individual terpenes are myrcene, linalool and limonene. While unique and useful in their own respect, these terpenes are the most commonly occurring in the majority of plants and help craft the plants individual terpene profile.

What Do Terpenes Do?

They can energize, sedate, aid focus, balance mood levels, induce euphoria, support appetite, minimize stress and anxiety, regulate bodily functions and be a true pathway to balancing an individual’s health. It all just depends on the terpene profile you utilize!
Terpenes are useful not only to humans but also to the plants themselves.

Consider this –
Why do plants have terpenes to begin with?

Charles Darwin answered this question for us through his theory of evolution. Originating as single-cell organisms, plants have grown and changed since Earth became habitable. After thousands and thousands of years, each plant was exposed to different threats and unique environments. Through this process, terpenes naturally occurred. Some terpenes act as a defense or offense to potential predators of the plant, while other terpenes help summon insects, particularly bees, to assist in the process of pollination. Truly, each plant has a terpene profile that reflects thousands of years of growth, each utilized in their own unique way.

Entourage Effect

Simply put, the entourage effect is when two or more chemical compounds interact with each other and create a different experience for the user. For example, many cannabis consumers report that their anxiousness when consuming THC is reduced when paired with CBD.

However, it doesn’t stop there. When you blend terpenes with cannabinoids, the effects are unique and catered to a specified experience. CBD alone can help balance your Endocannabinoid System and assist your body with reaching homeostasis. When incorporating terpenes, you are able to experience direct improvements in specific areas. This is why consumers may buy terpenes and hemp separately – for the sake of mixing and matching to meet desired results.

Cannabis Strain Terpenes

The list of terpenes from the strains of cannabis is vast with each terpene profile popular for their own reason. Many of them have been made popular by pop culture and the growth of the cannabis industry. Many customers may be familiar with strains like Blue Dream, Northern Lights or Pineapple Express.

From each of these plant strains, we are able to extract all terpenes and add them to CBD. This means that you can experience strain-specific benefits from cannabis without the psychoactive effects.

How Are Terpenes Extracted?

Through a natural steam distillation process, the chemicals within the plant containing flavors, scents and effects can be separated and contained. This allows terpenes to be added to a wide range of products.

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Our Terpene Profiles

Blueberry

About Blueberry: Experience both physical and therapeutic effects with the delicious strain. Feel your body relax while falling into a calm state. This terpene is perfect for those looking to unwind and kick their feet up for a while. 

Top Terpenes in this Profile:
blueberry dropper top terpenes - Myrcene; found in mangoes, sweet basil, hops, thyme, and lemongrass.
- Caryophyllene; abundant in black pepper, cloves, cinnamon and rosemary.
- a-Pinene; responsible for the scent of a forest, common in pine needles.

Entourage Effects:
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Charlotte's Web

About Charlotte’s Web: Charlotte’s Web is a great profile for those looking for a fully encompassed enhancement. Use when experiencing pain, inflammation, or have loss of appetite. Charlotte’s Web is a great strain to keep one focused and uplifted yet relaxed.

Top Terpenes in this Profile:
charlotte's web dropper top terpenes - Myrcene; found in mangoes, sweet basil, hops, thyme, and lemongrass.
- Caryophyllene; abundant in black pepper, cloves, cinnamon and rosemary.
- Bisabolol; common in chamomile.

Entourage Effects:
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Harlequin

About Harlequin: While this terpene can promote overall relaxation, it has been known to elevate mood as well. This strain harnesses versatility as it is ideal for day or night consumption. 

Top Terpenes in this Profile:
harlequin dropper top terpenes - Myrcene; found in mangoes, sweet basil, hops, thyme, and lemongrass.
- Phytol; derived from chlorophyll, sources include barley, fish, green tea, and dark leafy greens.
- Bisabolol; also found in chamomile, this terpene is used in many cosmetic products.

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Mango Kush

About Mango Kush: Mango Kush is an overall uplifting terpene profile. Although this profile is high in myrcene which is great for relaxing, Mango Kush provides consumers with a happy mood. Keep your mood up and body relaxed with this high myrcene terpene profile.

Top Terpenes in this Profile:
mango kush dropper top terpenes - Myrcene; found in mangoes, sweet basil, hops, thyme, and lemongrass.
- Caryophyllene; abundant in black pepper, cloves, cinnamon and rosemary.
- Limonene; most common in citrus and creates the lemon or orange scent.

Entourage Effects:
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Pineapple Express

About Pineapple Express: Made popular by the movie Pineapple Express with Seth Rogen and James Franco, this terpene offers consumers an energetic high to improve one’s mood. This strain-specific terpene profile is great during the day for errands or an adventure.

Top Terpenes in this Profile:
pineapple express dropper top terpenes - Caryophyllene; abundant in black pepper, cloves, cinnamon and rosemary.
- Phellandrene; named after the Eucalyptus phellandra plant, narrow leaf peppermint.
- Bisabolol; also found in chamomile, this terpene is used in many cosmetic products.

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FAQs

Why did my dropper change color?

Your coconut oil based isolate can begin to show hints of yellow, pink, red or purple when exposed to light, heat, or oxygen - this is due to the oxidation process of coconuts. Rest assured, any color change does not impede the quality or potency of the product.

Is there any THC in CBD?

Our industry-leading refinement process allows us to produce exceptionally pure CBD isolate. Our customers consistently report that they pass common drug tests while utilizing our products.

How much CBD should I consume?

Each person may experience different effects based on their amount taken. We suggest starting by taking a low amount of CBD, then increase as needed.

Do you have a lab report/COA?

Absolutely! Lab reports are available in each product page.