Terpenes and Flavonoids found in HHF products.
• Most common terpene in the natural world.
• It may be useful for pain, inflammation, or anxiety.
• Can help retain memories more efficiently
• May help combat short term memory impairment
• Earthy piney scent, you guessed it, like a forest of pine trees
• Fun fact: Pinene can also be found in conifer trees, orange peels, turpentine, pine needles, rosemary, dill, basil, and parsley.
• Believed to provide anxiety and stress relief, uplifting mood
• Antioxidant, inflammatory properties, anti-fungal, antibacterial
• May help against stomach ulcers and gastric influx
• May help relieve heartburn
• Fruity citrus aromas
• Also found in lemon and orange rinds
• Improves absorption of other terpenes and chemical compounds by way of the skin, mucous membranes, and digestive tract
• The most common terpene in the modern commercial cannabis.
• Believed to promote calming effects.
• Also found in ylang ylang, bay, parsley, thyme, lemongrass, hops and cardamom, plus the mango fruit.
• According to a swiss study it is the most prominent terpene contained in cannabis
• Believed to have anti-inflammatory and anti-tumor properties while also acting as a sedative.
• Has earthy aromas
· The only terpene known to act as a cannabinoid
· It can bind to our CB2 receptor and have anti-inflammatory effects
· Its ability to interact with our endocannabinoid system shows potential medical benefits
· Also found in rosemary, cloves, black pepper, oregano, basil, and cinnamon.
· The scent is spicy and musky with a funky profile.
· Oxygenated terpene
· Antifungal and anticoagulant
· Commonly used as a preservative in food, drugs, and cosmetics.
· Analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, antifungal, antimicrobial
· Used for hundreds of years in cosmetics known for its skin healing properties
· Neuroprotectant that may help fight against Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
· Has been effective at blocking the mutagens on genetic integrity in liver cells
· Has been associated with pain relief
· Found in the chamomile flower and cannabis plant
· Known for its light, sweet, and floral aroma
· Has a sweet, earthy, and citrus aroma that is popular in perfumes
· Found in hops, kumquats, basil, mangos, lavender, orchards, and pepper.
· Deterrent for detrimental bugs like aphids.
· Ocimene may inhibit the proliferation of key enzymes helping treat symptoms of diabetes
· The essential oils of black pepper seeds, in a study, showed ocimene to have anti-oxidative properties as well as inhibit key enzymes linked to type 2 diabetes and hypertension.
· Effective anti-inflammatory and analgesic
· Acts as an appetite suppressant