Nerolidol has a fruity aroma, and has antifungal and antimalarial properties. It is also known to produce a sedative effect.
Geraniol has a floral, stone-fruit aroma and is used as a commercial berry-flavour agent. Geraniol is a natural antioxidant.
Linalool has a strong, herbal aroma, and is found prominently in lavender. Linalool has a strongly sedating effect.
Terpinolene has a complex herbal aroma that has been paradoxically described as fresh, woody, sweet and piney, with a hint of citrus.
Ocimene has a tropical aroma with vegetal nuances. It is a flavor and fragrance additive and a common component in essential oils.
Bisabolol has a nuanced, tangy aroma, and is used in various fragrances. It has been shown to have some anti-inflammatory properties.
Limonene has a sour, citrus aroma, and it is believed to enhance mental focus. It also has antifungal and antibacterial properties.
Also known as cineole, eucaplyptol has an uplifting, fresh mint-like aroma, and is found in flavourings, fragrances, and cosmetics.
Caprylic acid has a cheesy aroma, and is found naturally in the milk of various mammals, and in coconut oil and palm kernel oil.
Myrcene is the most commonly occuring cannabis terpene, and lends a complex, musky smell that is at once earthy, fruity, and citrus.
Terpineol has a pleasant, spicy aroma, and is used in commercial fragrances. Terpineol-4-ol is used in fragrances for spice types.
Caryophyllene has a woody, dry clove aroma and tastes pepper spicy. It is a major terpene found in black pepper, clove and cotton.
Borneol has a cool, camphor aroma and is used as a calming sedative. It is found in small quantities in many essential oils.
Pinene is found in many plants, but is most abundant in the pine tree. Naturally, pinene gives cannabis a savory, coniferous aroma.
Humulene is found in hops, coriander, cloves, and basil. It has appetite suppressant properties, and a hoppy, earthy aroma.
Cadinene has a woody, smoky aroma. It has shown some antimicrobial and antibacterial properties.