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What are terpenes are why are they so imortant?

Terpenes (and terpenoids) are aromatic organic compounds found in many plants. Cannabis (marijuana) has naturally high levels of terpenes. They’re what give the strains Blueberry its signature berry smell, Sour Diesel its funky fuel flavor, and Lavender its sweet floral aroma. These oils are secreted in the flower’s sticky resin glands, the same ones that produce THC, CBD, and other cannabinoids. Like cannabinoids, terpenes bind to receptors in the brain and give rise to various effects.



A few common terpenes and their effects:

Beta-Caryophyllene: The most common terpene in cannabis. Gastroprotective and a strong anti-inflammatory with a woody, peppery taste.

Myrcene: It is also known as the "couch-lock" terpene for its highly-sedative effects.

Limonene: Common in citrus, it is highly-energetic and a known anti-depressant.

Terpinolene: A smokey or woody aroma that is slightly sedative, antioxidant, anti-cancer and antibacterial.

Alpha-Pinene: Energetic and therapeutic, this terpene is common in pine needles, of course.

Humulene: The main constituent of hops is a strong anti-inflammatory agent and a hunger-suppressent.

Where can you find Dabble Terpene Results?

Dabble Extracts has been working with our friends over at Gobi Labs to get terp tested results on our top selected premium strains. You can find these results in side of the packaging of the following wholesale strains; Tahoe Alien, Abusive OG, Green Crack, Golden Triangle , Strawberry Cough, Clementine, Bio Diesel , Flo, Sweet tooth. When choosing a strain based on its terpene content, keep in mind that different harvests may demonstrate dramatically different terpenoid profiles due to variances in growing and curing techniques. Lab-tested products are the only surefire way of knowing a strain’s terpene potency – without it, you’ll have to rely on your nose to guide you.

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