Here's Where It Gets Confusing
• Hemp seed oil comes from the seeds of an industrial hemp plant.
• Broad Spectrum oil often the term referred to oil with no THC.
• Full Spectrum oil can have up to .3% THC.
• CBD Isolate is CBD only.
Full Spectrum CBD Hemp Oil
Cannabis Oil / Marijuana Oil
We infuse our CBD oil with 10% more terpenes. Click here to read more about our terpenes.
What are terpenes?
When you smell CBD oil you are essentially smelling terpenes. They are the aromatic compounds found in plants. Cannabis has a very potent smell because there are high concentrations of terpene compounds within the plant.
Are terpenes good for you?
Yes! The terpenes have medicinal value. Here is a list of the terpenes we infuse into our CBD.
Caryophyllene is the only known terpene to also display characteristics of a cannabinoid, such as THC and CBD, by directly interacting with the CB2 receptor in the endocannabinoid system. This accounts for its powerful anti-inflammatory properties and ability to potentially help assist people with pain. Average Terpene value: 7%
Humulene is present in many therapeutic-grade essential oils and the use of such oils for medicinal purposes dates back centuries. Humulene is an important terpene for cannabis patients because of its distinctive effects. Not only is humulene an effective anti-inflammatory and analgesic, it also acts as an appetite suppressant. Humulene plays a role in pharmacokinetics, the study of how the body absorbs, distributes, metabolizes, and excretes drugs.
Humulene also plays an important function in the life cycle of a cannabis plant prior to harvest. It aids in the plant’s defense capabilities by helping to deter pests and prevent fungal infestations. Average Terpene value: 3%
Alpha-Bisabolol is a versatile terpene isolate known for its fresh, sweet, and floral aroma. It is a colorless and highly viscous oil. It has been reported that alpha-bisabolol has anti-inflammatory, anti-irritant, and anti-microbial properties; because of this, Alpha-Bisabolol is widely used in cosmetics for its skin healing attributes. This terpene is commonly found in cannabis varieties, which are known for reducing pain and inflammation. Average Terpene value: 3%
Guaiol is a natural product occurring in several plants, like cypress pine. It has been traditionally used for different ailments like arthritis, constipation, and coughs. It has a floral and fruity scent. Aside from its prominent pine-like aromas, wood and rose notes are also present in its terpene profile. It has also been used as a diuretic, which can aid to lower blood pressure, and known to hold anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. Guaiol can also act as a cough suppressant. Average Terpene value: 3%
Linalool has anti-microbial properties and are protective for the plant and potentially therapeutic in people. Linalool has been used in traditional medicine practices for its sedative and anti-epileptic properties. Studies indicate that linalool’s behavioral effects may largely be mediated by its effects in the brain. One way is through blocking the receptors for the primary excitatory brain chemical, glutamate, which could account for linalool’s potentially anti-epileptic properties in some forms of epilepsy. This terpene also has the ability to enhance the effect of other sedatives, such as pentobarbital. Average Terpene value: 1.%
Isopulegol is a cannabis terpene carrying a minty aroma with woodsy undertones. Also found in mint, eucalyptus, lemongrass, and parsley, isopulegol is a chemical precursor in the synthesis of menthol and is also found in lemongrass and geranium. Some potential health benefits of isopulegol include anti-inflammatory, gastroprotective and antiviral effects. Average Terpene value: 1%
Geraniol is one of the most frequently used terpenoid fragrance materials. It can be used in all flowery-rose like compositions and does not discolor soaps. In flavor compositions, geraniol is used in small quantities to accentuate citrus notes. Geraniol reduces bacterial infections and studies have found that the microbiological characterization of pure geraniol exerts a large antibacterial activity against harmful bacteria such as Listeria monocytogenes, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella enterica, and Escherichia coli. Average Terpene value: 1%
Myrcene (or β-myrcene) is a terpene that occurs often in highly fragrant plants and herbs such as mangoes, hops, bay laurel leaves, thyme, lemongrass, and basil. Myrcene is produced by numerous cannabis strains, and some rodent-model studies have suggested that it might lend sedative effects. Another place you’ll find myrcene is in mangoes. Anecdotal evidence suggests that eating a ripe mango prior to consuming cannabis may accentuate or extend the psychoactive effects of cannabis; some have suggested that this is due to the fruit’s concentrations of myrcene, which is naturally synergistic with THC and allows cannabinoids to more easily bridge the blood-brain barrier. Myrcene benefits and uses show that this terpene offers a wide array of medicinal benefits. This terpenoid has potent anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties and helps with sleep, according to studies. The terpene showed great effects when paired with both CBD and THC. Average Terpene value: 1%