Pick a Terpene to Explore Cannabis Categories
A single strain represents a unique combination of cannabinoids (Dose) and Terpenes (nose).
We categorize our flowers according to their chemical profiles
because they can help explain the active ingredients in each strain.
Myrcene (MR) is the most common dominant terpene. It's found in hops, lemon verbena, mango, lemongrass, cardamom and myrcia.
b-Caryophyllene (CR) (carry-off-uh-lean) is the only terpene that binds directly with CB2 receptors and may indicate "body buzz" strains. It's found in black pepper, hops, clove and rosemary.
Terpinolene (ter-pin-oh-leen) is a floral and sweet terpene found in uplifting strains like Jack Herer and Dutch Treat. It also appears in the essential oils of lilacs and cumin.
Limonene (LIM-o-neen) is a fruity citrus terpene found in energizing strains. It also appears in high concentrations in orange and other citrus rinds.
Pinene (PIE-neen) - pinene (two forms alpha & beta) are found in uplifting strains like God's Gift and Blue Dream. It appears in the essential oils of eucalyptus, pine needles and sage.
We don't currently have a PINENE-dominant strain available, fam :(
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