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Linalool is probably best known for the pleasant floral odor it gives to lavender plants, used in aromatherapy to induce relaxation and relieve stress.
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As well as providing various cannabis strains with delicious sensory profiles, pinene is also a proven player in the medical cannabis field.
Unlike most cannabinoids, cannabinol (CBN) rarely results from the decarboxylation of its acid form (CBNA) and performs similarly to THC.
Beta-Caryophyllene is a rare terpene as it is one of the first non-cannabinoids to directly activate cannabinoid receptors.
Myrcene functions as a sedative, an analgesic, a systemic anti-inflammatory, an antibiotic, and a cancer cell antagonist.
Nate Pennington from Humboldt Seed Company talks us through the newest weed strains that we're excited to see hit the market in 2019.
As well as having high CBD content, the Willy G Lebanese landrace strain offer a unique leaf structure and enticing nose on the flowers.