In order to distinguish between the genetic markers that separate cannabis varieties, researchers coined the term chemotype.
Linalool is probably best known for the pleasant floral odor it gives to lavender plants, used in aromatherapy to induce relaxation and relieve stress.
Myrcene functions as a sedative, an analgesic, a systemic anti-inflammatory, an antibiotic, and a cancer cell antagonist.
Terpenes are the delicate molecules responsible for the sometimes pungent aroma of weed. Read on to understand how they work.
Chocolope itself has a reputation for its potency, the flower among many contemporary strains that boast over the 20 percent mark.