Commonly Found Terpenes 


  • a-Pinene [311ºF (155ºC)]: piney aroma. Potentially beneficial for anxiety, cancer, and asthma. 

  • b-Pinene [330.8°F (166°C)]: woody, herbal aroma. Potentially beneficial for its anti-inflammatory properties as well as its treatment of neurodegenerative conditions.

  • beta-Caryophyllene [266ºF (130ºC)]: spicy, peppery aroma. Potentially beneficial for treatment of pain, anxiety disorders, and stress.

  • Bisabolol [307°F (153°C)]: floral aroma, also found in chamomile. Potentially beneficial for its anti-irritant, antimicrobial, and antioxidant properties.

  • Camphene [318°F (159°C): musky, earthy aroma. Potentially beneficial for treatment of cardiovascular conditions and its anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties.

  • Humulene [222ºF (106ºC)]: woody, earthy aroma specifically reminiscent of hops. Potentially beneficial for its anti-inflammatory properties. 

  • Limonene [348ºF (176ºC)]: citrus aroma. Potentially beneficial for treatment of anxiety, depression, pain, and inflammatory conditions.

  • Linalool [388ºF (198ºC)]: floral aroma, specifically lavender. Potentially beneficial for insomnia, neurodegenerative diseases, and anxiety disorders.

  • Myrcene [332ºF (167ºC)]: musky, earthy aroma. Potentially beneficial for insomnia, pain, and its antioxidant properties. 

  • Nerolido[251.6°F (122°C)]: floral aroma with notes of fruity citrus, found in many strong aromatics such as jasmine and lemongrass. Potentially beneficial for its anti-parasitic and anti-fungal properties.

  • Ocimene [122ºF (50­ºC)]: sweet, herbal taste also found in mint and basil. Potentially beneficial for its antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-fungal properties.

  • Terpinolene [366ºF (186ºC)]: piney, yet floral taste. Potentially beneficial for its treatment of insomnia as well as its antioxidant and anti-biological properties.