If it tastes good, it feels good.


Terpenes are molecules also known as essential oils that give the aroma in plants. They are bioactive, meaning they are easily absorbed and accepted by the body enhancing the effects of cannabis. Terpenes influence the effects of cannabis by interacting with cannabinoids. “If it tastes good, it feels good.”

Our cultivators have developed a reputation for producing a variety of strains valued for their invigorating aromas and flavors. Below are many of the terpenes found in cannabis along with their benefits and aromas.


Pinene is a naturally occurring terpene found in rosemary, eucalyptus, orange peel, but most commonly in conifer (Pine) trees. There are two structural isomers of pinene found in nature: α-Pinene and β-Pinene. As the name suggests, both bicyclic monoterpenes are essential constituents of pine resin, but they have different scents.

Benefits: Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, reduces memory loss related to THC, promotes alertness, and acts as a bronchodilator.  There is evidence that the presence of pinene amplifies the pain treatment potency while easing inflammation, depression, anxiety, addiction, epilepsy, cancer, asthma, arthritis, Crohn’s disease, or even fungal and bacterial infections. 

Aroma: Alpha-Pinene: crisp, zest, fresh pine, earthy, spicy Beta-Pinene: herbal, woody-green pine-like smell. It also occurs naturally in rosemary, parsley, dill, basil, and rose.


The leading cannabis-derived terpene of all. Myrcene, or beta-myrcene, are found in numerous plants as well as cannabis. Many different foods and herbs also contain this terpene, including mangos and hops.  It also plays a significant role in deciding whether a strain is going to be a relaxing Indica or a delightful Sativa.

Benefits: Sedative and muscle relaxant. Aids depression and induces sleep. It has anticarcinogenic and has antioxidant properties. It helps reduce inflammation and chronic pain, it possesses pain relieving and sedative effects. Due to these properties, particularly as a sedative, it can also be used as a natural sleep-aid and anti-anxiety option.

Aroma: sharp, damp earthy flavor, with musky notes. Additionally, it has a tropical fruity aroma with citrus hints.


This terpene with its happy, citrusy aroma, awakening vibe, and vibrant energy will hit your sour spot. It’s naturally found in citrus fruit rinds, rosemary, juniper, peppermint and frequently added in medicine, food and perfume, and citrus house cleaning solutions. Limonene is the second most abundant terpene in all cannabis strains.

Benefits: Known for being an exceptional mood-enhancer with anti-anxiety, anti-depressive, and stress relieving effects. High limonene strains are excellent choices for daytime productivity. Additionally, it is an antifungal, antibacterial with anticarcinogenic properties. This terpene also aids weight loss, bronchitis, it treats gastrointestinal disorders like acid reflux or heartburn and helps with gallstone eradication.

Aroma: It has a fresh lemon and orange rind aroma with subtle hints of spice. It has a robust citrus odor and bitter taste.


Black pepper, cinnamon, oregano, and cloves; Beta-caryophyllene is the one that brings the spicy characteristics.

Benefits: Known for being the only terpene with the unique ability to bind directly to CB-2 receptors in the endocannabinoid system. It regulates pain sensations effectively and eases inflammatory processes, making it useful to treat osteoarthritis. Additionally, its gastroprotective activity promotes healthy digestion and aids colitis. Its antiseptic, antibacterial, antiproliferative, antibiotic, and antifungal properties may enhance wound healing.

Aroma: citrus, spice, pepper, earthy


Brews and Cannabis have one thing in common, and that’s α-Humulene. Also known as α-caryophyllene, this terpene is the monocyclic sesquiterpene responsible for giving that hoppy type of smell to strains found naturally occurring in hops, ginseng, sage, clove, basil, and cannabis, predominantly in energizing and uplifting varieties.  

Benefits: Anti-inflammatory, pain relieving properties, anti-tumor, antibacterial, and appetite suppressant.

Aroma: hoppy, woody, herbal, spicy, earthy.


Lavender oil has been used for centuries for its aroma and numerous benefits. Studies suggest it may help relieve stress, chronic pain, high blood pressure, and asthma. Besides lavender, linalool it’s also found in mint, cinnamon, fungi, citrus, laurels, birch, coriander, and rosewood.

Benefits: Sleep aid agent with sedative, relaxing, and calming effects. It has anesthetic, anti-anxiety, anti-depressant, and anti-psychotic properties. Linalool boosts your mood, strengthens the immune system, eases stress, relieves reflux, pain, and inflammation while reduces muscle spasms and seizures. It also can be used as an antiparasitic agent, making it one of the most complete compounds.

Aroma: floral, citrus, candy, lavender, with spicy hints.


This terpene plays a crucial role in defining smell and taste.  It’s the primary terpene found in oregano, marjoram, cumin, nutmeg, apples, lilac, some citrus rinds, and conifers.

Benefits: Antioxidant, immune modulating, and anti-biologic properties, such as anti-tumor, antibacterial, and antifungal qualities. Terpinolene is also a sedative agent used for insomnia treatments. Additionally, this terpene may have a positive effect on cardiovascular diseases. 

Aroma: floral, pinewood, with subtle herbal hints and lime.


Present in various plants and natural oils like lime blossoms, sage, eucalyptus sap, pine trees, and lilacs. It’s commonly used in perfumes, cosmetics, lotions, soaps, and candles due to its pleasant scent.

Benefits: Anti-inflammatory and analgesic to ease painful acute or chronic diseases. Additionally, its antioxidant and antitumor properties make Terpineol a helpful agent that can be beneficial for certain types of cancer.  This terpene also possesses antimicrobial activity, induces vasodilation, lowers arterial pressure, acts as a sedative and a relaxing agent. However, Terpineol is irritating to the eyes and mucous membranes. It is recommended to avoid contact with skin, eyes and ingesting.

Aroma: floral, apple blossom scent, lilac-like, with citrus distinctions and piney hints.



Benefits: Digestive aid, improves cardiovascular health, treats bronchial symptoms, helps the body heal wounds, and acts as an effective anti-inflammatory and pain reliever. Good for rheumatic diseases. 

Aroma: minty and spicy


Benefits:  Anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anticancer, and antifungal properties. Calming agent in problematic skin conditions and wound management. Helpful for digestive problems.

Aroma: piney, spicy and citrusy


Benefits:  Anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. Can be used to alleviate neurological tremors. 

Aroma: oily, sweet, slight herb taste with floral undertones.


Benefits: Anti-inflammatory, antibiotic, analgesic, antifungal and antioxidant properties. Cardiovascular and respiratory aid. 

Aroma: musky earth and herbal.


Benefits: A menthol’s chemical precursor, anti-inflammatory, gastroprotective properties and antiviral. 

Aroma: minty.


Benefits:  Astringent, antiseptic, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antifungal and pain relief.

Aroma: ​​fresh, woody, and sweet scent.


Benefits: Anti-inflammation, anti-allergic, bronchodilator and skin protectant

Aroma: sweet, robust citrus


Benefits:  Analgesic with anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, insect-repelling properties and improves cognitive function.

Aroma: minty with a spicy yet cooling taste.


Benefits:  Neuroprotectant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antifungal and antioxidant.

Aroma: hint of rose, fruity and sweet


Benefits: Promising antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal, antioxidative, and antiseptic effects.

Aroma:  herbaceous and woody aromas


Benefits: Antiparasitic, antifungal, antibacterial, soothing, and anti-anxiety effects.

Aroma: floral with hints of citrus, rose, and apples.


Benefits: Associated with anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects, antimicrobial, antifungal, antiparasitic, and antibacterial properties.

Aroma: fresh, woody with undertones of rose

Delta-3 Carene

Benefits: Boost bones healing. natural antihistamine, analgesic, helpful anti-inflammatory, memory and cognitive functions.

Aroma: sweet lemon nuances with woody undertones.


Benefits: Anti-inflammatory, analgesic, antimicrobial, antioxidant, and skin healing properties

Aroma: pleasant, sweet, floral.

Additional Terpenes

Geranyl acetate