CBD Educational Guide

Early studies of the Endocannabinoid System revealed a string of receptors in the body whose job it is to help process CBD. It was originally believed that the CB1 and CB2 receptors were the only parts of this system.

The CB1 receptor works with CBD that responds to parts of the body such as the brain and the central nervous system. The CB2 receptor works with larger components of the body such as organs and our immune system.

It is important to know about these receptors because you want to make sure that the CBD you use responds well to the areas in which you are needing help. Our team here at YSC is very knowledgeable about this subject and we are able to help you find a CBD product that will benefit you best.

Further studies on the Endocannabinoid system revealed that we have several other receptors whose job it is to help process terpenes. This is valuable knowledge that helps to decipher which terpenes to add to a CBD oil depending on the benefits you’re looking for.

Terpenes are organic compounds of every plant that provide several differing medicinal benefits such as pain or stress relief. We understand that everyone is different and we each require help in different areas. This is why YSC adds terpenes to our CBD oils; to provide you with the specific help that you need.

SUMMARY:  

While there is still a great deal to be discovered and understood, what you should know is that cannabis is a medicine which relies on the synergy between many different chemical compounds (terpenes and cannabinoids) working together; this phenomena is known as the “entourage effect”. 

LONG EXPLANATION: 

The term “entourage effect” has become an important piece of vocabulary in the cannabis community to describe the relationship between terpenes, cannabinoids, and other phytochemicals (chemicals made by plants) which are responsible for the vast therapeutic potential of cannabis. 

By now, most people have heard about cannabinoids such as THC and CBD. While these compounds have a range of medical benefits, they are only part of what makes cannabis medicine so effective and have proven to be less effective on their own than when combined with other phytochemicals like terpenes. 

Both cannabinoids and terpenes affect receptors in the endocannabinoid system which is what allows cannabis to act therapeutically in the human body, this action in some cases also produces the “high” which most are familiar with. 

It is the terpenes in cannabis which modulate (modify or control) the effect that the cannabinoids in each sample will have on the user, this is why strains of cannabis effect each user uniquely. For example, if you have 2 different types of cannabis and both have 15% THC, but one gives you energetic effects and one gives you sedative effects, this is largely due to the different terpene profiles. 

When a person smokes marijuana, THC overwhelms the endocannabinoid system, quickly attaching to cannabinoid receptors throughout the brain and body. This interferes with the ability of natural cannabinoids to do their job of fine-tuning communication between neurons, which can throw the entire system off balance. 

Because cannabinoid receptors are in so many parts of the brain and body, the effects of THC are wide-ranging: It can slow down a person’s reaction time (which can impair driving or athletic skills), disrupt the ability to remember things that just happened, cause anxiety, and affect judgment. THC also affects parts of the brain that make a person feel good—this is what gives people the feeling of being “high.” But over time THC can change how the EC system works in these brain areas, which can lead to problems with memory, addiction, and mental health.

Understanding the difference between the three major types of CBD is a huge step in your CBD journey. Having a full understanding of what each of these options offer will help you decide which CBD products will best fit your needs.

Full Spectrum

Full spectrum or “whole plant” CBD contains everything the CBD plant contains including flavor, terpenes and other cannabinoids such as CBG, and trace amounts of THC.  This type of CBD offers the full Entourage Effect due to the cannabinoids and terpenes working together in perfect synergy. (The full chart below shows the benefits of whole plant CBD)

Broad Spectrum

Broad spectrum CBD can be described as full spectrum CBD without any THC. This form of CBD can still contain an array of cannabinoids and terpenes. This is a good option for individuals who cannot have any trace amount of THC in their system whether it be for medical, personal, or legal reasons. 

CBD Isolate

CBD isolate is typically the best choice for people who are sensitive to other cannabinoids such as THC. Isolates are CBD that have been separated from all other cannabinoids that the hemp plant contains. In the process of extracting CBD for an isolate, any trace amounts of THC, terpenes, wax, oils, and any other cannabinoids are removed, leaving the most pure form of CBD. When lookiing for an isolate it is important to be sure to verify the purity. If the isolate is not pure, it can still contain terpenes, cannabinoids, or trace amounts of THC.

Terpenes are an organic compound that can be found in all plants. In other words they are the essential oils of a plant. Terpenes create the entourage effect and have been known to hold numerous medicinal benefits such as pain relief or stress relief. It is important to know about terpenes because CBD flower naturally contains terpenes which are lost in the CBD extraction process. YSC has found that a lot of CBD retailers do not know about this loss of terpenes, and so they are unable to ensure that their product will supply you with the full potential of benefits that the hemp plant offers.

Because of this, YSC has our own lab in which we are able to add those terpenes back into our CBD oils. In addition, we have several options of CBD that contain additional terpenes for extra medicinal benefits such has arthritis relief. The chart below displays some terpenes and a little bit of information an what those terpenes offer. 

Terpinolene – sedative, social anxiety, cancer suppression, leukemia, tumor cells, antioxidant, preventing LDL (the bad cholesterol), anti-microbial  

Humulene – cancer, prevent tumor growth 

Beta Caryophyllene – digestion, inflammation, alleviates stress and anxiety, boosts immune system function, relieves pain, ulcers 

Linalool – sleep, relaxation, anxiety, Vitamin E, depression, lowers seizures, pain 

Myrcene – pain relief, relaxation, muscle tension, depression, increases the number of cannabinoids that can be absorbed by the brain 

Limonene – digestion, athlete’s foot & yeast outbreaks, anxiety, depression, immune system, heartburn, mood, acid reflux, slows cancer cell growth 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Caryophyllene Oxide – anti-inflammatory and analgesic, alcohol craving reduction, anti-cancer, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressant 

Beta Caryophyllene – digestion, inflammation, alleviates stress and anxiety, boosts immune system function, relieves pain, ulcers 

Humulene – cancer, slows tumor growth 

Linalool – sleep, relaxation, anxiety, Vitamin E, depression, lowers seizures, pain 

Limonene – digestion, athlete’s foot & yeast outbreaks, anxiety, depression, immune system, heartburn, mood, acid reflux, slows cancer growth 

Alpha Bisabolol – anti-irritant, skin protectant, pain, antibiotic, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antispasmodic (relieve spasm of involuntary muscle) 

Nerolidol – makes bacteria more susceptible to antibiotics, antifungal agent, helps kill parasites, fights head lice by preventing the eggs from hatching, soothes anxiety, treats malaria, improves skin absorption of topicals, sedative effect 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Citronellol – antibacterial, antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, deodorant, diaphoretic, diuretic, febrifuge, fungicidal, insect repellent, stomachic, stimulant 

Fenchol – antioxidant, antimicrobial, antifungal 

Terpineol – antimicrobial, inflammation, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, pulmonary diseases, neurological diseases, diabetes type 2, autoimmune diseases, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases 

Caryophyllene Oxide – Anti-inflammatory and analgesic, alcohol craving reduction, anti-cancer, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressant 

Phytol – anti-inflammatory, pain, anxiety, helps alleviate itching, cancer, seizure, fights parasites 

Geraniol – neuroprotectant (helps preserve the structure and function of nerve cells), anti-inflammatory, prostate cancer, breast cancer, and antiviral 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Myrcene – pain relief, relaxation, muscle tension, depression, increases the amount of cannabinoids that can be absorbed by the brain 

Plus 7 more Terpenes

Terpinolene – sedative, social anxiety, cancer suppression, leukemia, tumor cells, antioxidant, preventing LDL (the bad cholesterol), anti-microbial 

Ocimene – antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic, decongestant, antibacterial 

Beta Caryophyllene – digestion, inflammation, alleviates stress and anxiety, boosts immune system Function, Relieves Pain, ulcers 

Myrcene – pain relief, relaxation, muscle tension, depression, increases the amount of cannabinoids that can be absorbed by the brain 

Limonene – digestion, athlete’s foot & yeast outbreaks, anxiety, depression, immune system, heartburn, mood, acid reflux, slows cancer groth 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Humulene – cancer, prevent tumor growth 

Alpha Phellandrene – immune stimulatory, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and antinociceptive 

Alpha Bisabolol – anti-irritant, skin protectant, pain, antibiotic, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antispasmodic (relieve spasm of involuntary muscle) 

Linalool – sleep, relaxation, anxiety, Vitamin E, depression, lowers seizures, pain 

Terpineol – antimicrobial, inflammation, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, pulmonary diseases, neurological diseases, diabetes type 2, autoimmune diseases, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases 

Delta 3 Carene – fibromyalgia, arthritis, osteoporosis, inflammation, memory retention, and mental sharpness 

Phytol – anti-inflammatory, pain, anxiety, helps alleviate itching, cancer, seizure, fights parasites 

Nerolidol – makes bacteria more susceptible to antibiotics, antifungal agent, help kill parasites, Fights head lice by preventing the eggs from hatching, soothes anxiety, treating malaria, Improves skin penetration of topicals, sedative effect 

Plus 16 more terpenes

Beta Caryophyllene – digestion, inflammation, alleviates stress and anxiety, boosts immune system function, relieves pain, ulcers 

Limonene – digestion, athlete’s foot & yeast outbreaks, anxiety, depression, immune system, heartburn, mood, acid reflux, slows cancer groth 

Myrcene – pain relief, relaxation, muscle tension, depression, increases the amount of cannabinoids that can be absorbed by the brain 

Linalool – sleep, relaxation, anxiety, Vitamin E, depression, lowers seizures, pain 

Humulene – cancer, prevent tumor growth 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Alpha Bisabolol – anti-irritant, skin protectant, pain, antibiotic, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antispasmodic (relieve spasm of involuntary muscle) 

Fenchol – antioxidant, antimicrobial, antifungal 

Nerolidol – makes bacteria more susceptible to antibiotics, antifungal agent, help kill parasites, Fights head lice by preventing the eggs from hatching, soothes anxiety, treating malaria, Improves skin penetration of topicals, sedative effect 

Terpineol – antimicrobial, inflammation, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, pulmonary diseases, neurological diseases, diabetes type 2, autoimmune diseases, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases 

Phytol – anti-inflammatory, pain, anxiety, helps alleviate itching, cancer, seizure, fights parasites 

Borneol – anti-inflammatory, lung inflammation, neuropathic pain 

Terpinolene – sedative, social anxiety, cancer suppression, leukemia, tumor cells, antioxidant, preventing LDL (the bad cholesterol), anti-microbial 

Caryophyllene Oxide – anti-inflammatory and analgesic, alcohol craving reduction, anti-cancer, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressant 

Camphene – Bactericidal, antiviral, antifungal, expectorant (coughs), anti-edematous (excessive amount of watery fluid in cells) 

Plus 5 more Terpenes 

Immune Support is a custom formulation designed to support the immune system. This blend can be used by itself or in combination with your regular CBD regiment. It has been formulated to help our immune system when we are fighting viruses, fungal issues, microbial issues, and bacterial issues. It can be taken orally or applied directly to an affected are topically. It has a minty, citrus and herbal taste.

Fragrance: minty, citrus and herbal

Effect: Immune support, can help with colds and the flu. Helps ease mouth and teeth issues, skin conditions, stomach bugs and infections. Could be relaxing for some and uplifting for others.

Terpene Profile

Para-Cymeme – antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, antioxidant, anti-tumor, neuroprotective, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic

Alpha Bisabol – anti-microbial, antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-irritant (skin conditions), and analgesic

Pulegone – expectorant, sedative, anti-anxiety, psychostimulant to improve motor and mental function

Limonene – immune system support, digestion, athletes foot and yeast outbreaks, anxiety, depression, heartburn, mood, acid reflux, slows cancer growth

Myrcene – pain relief, relaxation, muscle tension, depression, increases the amount of cannabinoids that can be absorbed by the brain

What can CBD do for my pet? 

While there’s no definitive scientific data on using CBD to treat pets, there’s anecdotal evidence from pet owners suggesting it can treat pain, especially neuropathic pain, as well as help to control seizures. 

CBD is also used because of its anti-inflammatory properties, cardiac benefits, anti-nausea effects, appetite stimulation, anti-anxiety impact, and for possible anti-cancer benefits. 

How does CBD work for pets?

CBD works very similarly for dogs and cats as it works for humans. This is because our pets have an Endocannabinoid System that works in the same way that ours works for us. When we give our pets CBD, the different cannabinoids and terpenes bind to and activate the receptors in the EC system and create a balance within the body to make for a happier and healthier furry friend.

Possible side effects of CBD for pets

In general, side effects in pets are rare and mild and go away as the CBD oil is processed through their system. There is also a chance it can interact with medications (sometimes making them more effective), and it’s important to talk to a vet before adding CBD oil to your pets regular medication schedule.

It is also important to note that it has been up for debate between pet parents whether terpenes are okay to give to pets. Terpenes do work for pets as they do for humans in the Endocannabinoid System. Terpenes play an important role in creating internal harmony. However, as any essential oil user can attest, terpenes can be quite pungent and considering the fact that animals sense of smell is greatly enhanced, they are susceptible to be off-put by the smell. In addition, it is also believed by some that the taste of terpenes is unpleasant to our pets. This can be an issue when trying to dose your pet daily.

If you are weary of the effects of CBD for your pet, we suggest you try a natural full spectrum CBD tincture oil. You may drip the oil directly into your pets mouth, or drip it over their food.

Known side effects of CBD for pets include drowsiness, vomiting, diarrhea, itching, and dizziness.

CBD dosing for dogs and cats

Pet weight 

Low dose 

Medium dose 

Strong dose 

About 10 pounds 

1 mg 

3 mg 

5 mg 

About 20 pounds 

2 mg 

6 mg 

10 mg 

About 30 pounds 

3 mg 

8 mg 

15 mg 

About 40 pounds 

4 mg 

10 mg 

20 mg 

About 50 pounds 

5 mg 

12 mg 

25 mg 

About 60 pounds 

6 mg 

14 mg 

30 mg 

About 70 pounds 

7 mg 

16 mg 

35 mg 

About 80 pounds 

8 mg 

18 mg 

40 mg 

About 90 pounds 

9 mg 

20 mg 

45 mg 

About 100 pounds 

10 mg 

24 mg 

50 mg 

What is the Entourage Effect?

SUMMARY:  

While there is still a great deal to be discovered and understood, what you should know is that cannabis is a medicine which relies on the synergy between many different chemical compounds (terpenes and cannabinoids) working together; this phenomena is known as the “entourage effect”. 

LONG EXPLANATION: 

The term “entourage effect” has become an important piece of vocabulary in the cannabis community to describe the relationship between terpenes, cannabinoids, and other phytochemicals (chemicals made by plants) which are responsible for the vast therapeutic potential of cannabis. 

By now, most people have heard about cannabinoids such as THC and CBD. While these compounds have a range of medical benefits, they are only part of what makes cannabis medicine so effective and have proven to be less effective on their own than when combined with other phytochemicals like terpenes. 

Both cannabinoids and terpenes affect receptors in the endocannabinoid system which is what allows cannabis to act therapeutically in the human body, this action in some cases also produces the “high” which most are familiar with. 

It is the terpenes in cannabis which modulate (modify or control) the effect that the cannabinoids in each sample will have on the user, this is why strains of cannabis effect each user uniquely. For example, if you have 2 different types of cannabis and both have 15% THC, but one gives you energetic effects and one gives you sedative effects, this is largely due to the different terpene profiles. 

How Does THC Affect the EC System and Behavior? 

When a person smokes marijuana, THC overwhelms the endocannabinoid system, quickly attaching to cannabinoid receptors throughout the brain and body. This interferes with the ability of natural cannabinoids to do their job of fine-tuning communication between neurons, which can throw the entire system off balance. 

Because cannabinoid receptors are in so many parts of the brain and body, the effects of THC are wide-ranging: It can slow down a person’s reaction time (which can impair driving or athletic skills), disrupt the ability to remember things that just happened, cause anxiety, and affect judgment. THC also affects parts of the brain that make a person feel good—this is what gives people the feeling of being “high.” But over time THC can change how the EC system works in these brain areas, which can lead to problems with memory, addiction, and mental health.

The Endocannabinoid System

Early studies of the Endocannabinoid System revealed a string of receptors in the body whose job it is to help process CBD. It was originally believed that the CB1 and CB2 receptors were the only parts of this system.

The CB1 receptor works with CBD that responds to parts of the body such as the brain and the central nervous system. The CB2 receptor works with larger components of the body such as organs and our immune system.

It is important to know about these receptors because you want to make sure that the CBD you use responds well to the areas in which you are needing help. Our team here at YSC is very knowledgeable about this subject and we are able to help you find a CBD product that will benefit you best.

Further studies on the Endocannabinoid system revealed that we have several other receptors whose job it is to help process terpenes. This is valuable knowledge that helps to decipher which terpenes to add to a CBD oil depending on the benefits you’re looking for.

Terpenes are organic compounds of every plant that provide several differing medicinal benefits such as pain or stress relief. We understand that everyone is different and we each require help in different areas. This is why YSC adds terpenes to our CBD oils; to provide you with the specific help that you need.

What is the Difference Between Broad Spectrum CBD, Full Spectrum CBD, and CBD Isolate?

Understanding the difference between the three major types of CBD is a huge step in your CBD journey. Having a full understanding of what each of these options offer will help you decide which CBD products will best fit your needs.

Full Spectrum

Full spectrum or “whole plant” CBD contains everything the CBD plant contains including flavor, terpenes and other cannabinoids such as CBG, and trace amounts of THC.  This type of CBD offers the full Entourage Effect due to the cannabinoids and terpenes working together in perfect synergy. (The full chart below shows the benefits of whole plant CBD)

Broad Spectrum

Broad spectrum CBD can be described as full spectrum CBD without any THC. This form of CBD can still contain an array of cannabinoids and terpenes. This is a good option for individuals who cannot have any trace amount of THC in their system whether it be for medical, personal, or legal reasons. 

CBD Isolate

CBD isolate is typically the best choice for people who are sensitive to other cannabinoids such as THC. Isolates are CBD that have been separated from all other cannabinoids that the hemp plant contains. In the process of extracting CBD for an isolate, any trace amounts of THC, terpenes, wax, oils, and any other cannabinoids are removed, leaving the most pure form of CBD. When lookiing for an isolate it is important to be sure to verify the purity. If the isolate is not pure, it can still contain terpenes, cannabinoids, or trace amounts of THC.

What Are Terpenes?

Terpenes are an organic compound that can be found in all plants. In other words they are the essential oils of a plant. Terpenes create the entourage effect and have been known to hold numerous medicinal benefits such as pain relief or stress relief. It is important to know about terpenes because CBD flower naturally contains terpenes which are lost in the CBD extraction process. YSC has found that a lot of CBD retailers do not know about this loss of terpenes, and so they are unable to ensure that their product will supply you with the full potential of benefits that the hemp plant offers.

Because of this, YSC has our own lab in which we are able to add those terpenes back into our CBD oils. In addition, we have several options of CBD that contain additional terpenes for extra medicinal benefits such has arthritis relief. The chart below displays some terpenes and a little bit of information an what those terpenes offer. 

Our Four Main CBD Oils and Their Terpene Profiles

The next section displays information about our Vitality, Tranquility, Clementine, and Dos-Si-Dos CBD oils.

Vitality

Vitality Terpenes 

Terpinolene – sedative, social anxiety, cancer suppression, leukemia, tumor cells, antioxidant, preventing LDL (the bad cholesterol), anti-microbial  

Humulene – cancer, prevent tumor growth 

Beta Caryophyllene – digestion, inflammation, alleviates stress and anxiety, boosts immune system function, relieves pain, ulcers 

Linalool – sleep, relaxation, anxiety, Vitamin E, depression, lowers seizures, pain 

Myrcene – pain relief, relaxation, muscle tension, depression, increases the number of cannabinoids that can be absorbed by the brain 

Limonene – digestion, athlete’s foot & yeast outbreaks, anxiety, depression, immune system, heartburn, mood, acid reflux, slows cancer cell growth 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Caryophyllene Oxide – anti-inflammatory and analgesic, alcohol craving reduction, anti-cancer, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressant 

Tranquility

Tranquility Terpenes 

Beta Caryophyllene – digestion, inflammation, alleviates stress and anxiety, boosts immune system function, relieves pain, ulcers 

Humulene – cancer, slows tumor growth 

Linalool – sleep, relaxation, anxiety, Vitamin E, depression, lowers seizures, pain 

Limonene – digestion, athlete’s foot & yeast outbreaks, anxiety, depression, immune system, heartburn, mood, acid reflux, slows cancer growth 

Alpha Bisabolol – anti-irritant, skin protectant, pain, antibiotic, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antispasmodic (relieve spasm of involuntary muscle) 

Nerolidol – makes bacteria more susceptible to antibiotics, antifungal agent, helps kill parasites, fights head lice by preventing the eggs from hatching, soothes anxiety, treats malaria, improves skin absorption of topicals, sedative effect 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Citronellol – antibacterial, antidepressant, antiseptic, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, deodorant, diaphoretic, diuretic, febrifuge, fungicidal, insect repellent, stomachic, stimulant 

Fenchol – antioxidant, antimicrobial, antifungal 

Terpineol – antimicrobial, inflammation, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, pulmonary diseases, neurological diseases, diabetes type 2, autoimmune diseases, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases 

Caryophyllene Oxide – Anti-inflammatory and analgesic, alcohol craving reduction, anti-cancer, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressant 

Phytol – anti-inflammatory, pain, anxiety, helps alleviate itching, cancer, seizure, fights parasites 

Geraniol – neuroprotectant (helps preserve the structure and function of nerve cells), anti-inflammatory, prostate cancer, breast cancer, and antiviral 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Myrcene – pain relief, relaxation, muscle tension, depression, increases the amount of cannabinoids that can be absorbed by the brain 

Plus 7 more Terpenes

Clementine

Clementine Terpenes 

Terpinolene – sedative, social anxiety, cancer suppression, leukemia, tumor cells, antioxidant, preventing LDL (the bad cholesterol), anti-microbial 

Ocimene – antiviral, antifungal, antiseptic, decongestant, antibacterial 

Beta Caryophyllene – digestion, inflammation, alleviates stress and anxiety, boosts immune system Function, Relieves Pain, ulcers 

Myrcene – pain relief, relaxation, muscle tension, depression, increases the amount of cannabinoids that can be absorbed by the brain 

Limonene – digestion, athlete’s foot & yeast outbreaks, anxiety, depression, immune system, heartburn, mood, acid reflux, slows cancer groth 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Humulene – cancer, prevent tumor growth 

Alpha Phellandrene – immune stimulatory, anti-fungal, anti-inflammatory, anti-cancer, and antinociceptive 

Alpha Bisabolol – anti-irritant, skin protectant, pain, antibiotic, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antispasmodic (relieve spasm of involuntary muscle) 

Linalool – sleep, relaxation, anxiety, Vitamin E, depression, lowers seizures, pain 

Terpineol – antimicrobial, inflammation, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, pulmonary diseases, neurological diseases, diabetes type 2, autoimmune diseases, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases 

Delta 3 Carene – fibromyalgia, arthritis, osteoporosis, inflammation, memory retention, and mental sharpness 

Phytol – anti-inflammatory, pain, anxiety, helps alleviate itching, cancer, seizure, fights parasites 

Nerolidol – makes bacteria more susceptible to antibiotics, antifungal agent, help kill parasites, Fights head lice by preventing the eggs from hatching, soothes anxiety, treating malaria, Improves skin penetration of topicals, sedative effect 

Plus 16 more terpenes

Dos-Si-Dos

Dos-Si-Dos Terpenes 

Beta Caryophyllene – digestion, inflammation, alleviates stress and anxiety, boosts immune system function, relieves pain, ulcers 

Limonene – digestion, athlete’s foot & yeast outbreaks, anxiety, depression, immune system, heartburn, mood, acid reflux, slows cancer groth 

Myrcene – pain relief, relaxation, muscle tension, depression, increases the amount of cannabinoids that can be absorbed by the brain 

Linalool – sleep, relaxation, anxiety, Vitamin E, depression, lowers seizures, pain 

Humulene – cancer, prevent tumor growth 

Pinene – pain relief, alertness, memory retention, asthma 

Alpha Bisabolol – anti-irritant, skin protectant, pain, antibiotic, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antispasmodic (relieve spasm of involuntary muscle) 

Fenchol – antioxidant, antimicrobial, antifungal 

Nerolidol – makes bacteria more susceptible to antibiotics, antifungal agent, help kill parasites, Fights head lice by preventing the eggs from hatching, soothes anxiety, treating malaria, Improves skin penetration of topicals, sedative effect 

Terpineol – antimicrobial, inflammation, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, pulmonary diseases, neurological diseases, diabetes type 2, autoimmune diseases, cancer, and cardiovascular diseases 

Phytol – anti-inflammatory, pain, anxiety, helps alleviate itching, cancer, seizure, fights parasites 

Borneol – anti-inflammatory, lung inflammation, neuropathic pain 

Terpinolene – sedative, social anxiety, cancer suppression, leukemia, tumor cells, antioxidant, preventing LDL (the bad cholesterol), anti-microbial 

Caryophyllene Oxide – anti-inflammatory and analgesic, alcohol craving reduction, anti-cancer, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressant 

Camphene – Bactericidal, antiviral, antifungal, expectorant (coughs), anti-edematous (excessive amount of watery fluid in cells) 

Plus 5 more Terpenes 

If you have further questions please call us at
(417)544-4481
Our team is happy assist with any inquiries!