Terpenes Do More Than Just Make Cannabis Smell Good
When you bring up a jar of premium flower to take in the aroma, what you are experiencing are millions of tiny terpenes (isoprenoids) molecules. When someone describes a strain of cannabis as being fruity, pungent, citrusy or even reminiscent of diesel fuel, what they are describing is the unique aromatic signature of that strain’s terpene profile. But terpenes do more than smell good, they are instrumental to the physiological and psychoactive effects of cannabis.
In the plant kingdom, terpenes help plants repel insects, survive environmental stessors, and act as the building blocks of cannabinoids. Some terpenes work with others to enhance their effects, while some may inhibit. Our scientists work tirelessly to discover these synergistic compounds and pair them with the most effect ratios of THC and CBD to create an effective, dependable, outcome based vaping experience.