LIQUID TERPENES & STRAIN PROFILES
LIQUID TERPENES & STRAIN PROFILES
LIQUID TERPENES & STRAIN PROFILES
Wholesale Terpenes For Sale
Available Terpene Isolates
- Alpha Bisabolol
- Alpha Phellandrene
- Alpha Pinene
- Beta Caryophyllene
- Beta Pinene
- Delta 3 Carene
- Gamma Terpinene
- DogWalker OG
- Girlscout Cookies
- Sunset Sherbert
- Super Lemon Haze
- XJ-13 Hybrid
- OG Kush
- Cherry Pie
- Durban Poison
- Green Crack
- Pineapple Express
- Sativa Blend
- Super Sour Diesel
- Blue Dream
- Lemon Skunk
- Goji OG
- Wifi OG
- Grandaddy Purple
- Tahoe OG
- Gorilla Glue #4
- Blue Cheese
- Orange Cookies
- SFV OG
- Banana Kush
Finally, you can add REAL, AUTHENTIC, AFFORDABLE Cannabis derived terpenes to any product formulation!!!!
We have the highest grade, AWARD WINNING, strain specific, cannabis derived and plant derived terpene formulations. Our cannabis terpenes are extracted from the actual strain and contain zero cannabinoids. Customers can now create customized CBD oil formulations using our all-natural terpenes! Our plant derived terpenes are extracted from plants other than cannabis and then formulated by our aromatic chemists to recreate the aromatic profile of any cannabis strain! We even add organic, pure, flavonoids to more accurately mimic your favorite strain. Add our cannabis derived or plant derived terpenes to your e-liquid, e-juice, tincture, hemp oil, or CBD rich cannabis oil formulation. Our organic terpene formulations are available in bulk and wholesale in nearly any strain.
**Due to supply and demand constraints, availability may vary.
We also sell pure Food Grade Terpenes, Organic Terpenes and Plant Derived Terpenes in Bulk and Wholesale. Available in the following: Pinene, Myrcene, Camphene, Terpineol, Carene, Humulene, Limonene, Caryophyllene, Phellandrene, Geraniol, Terpinolene, Pulegone, Linalool, Bisabolol, Sabinene, and many other individual food grade terpenes that are extracted organically and are available at 100% purity. Due to supply and demand constraints, availability may vary.
Cannabis essential oils are the essence of the plant; the flavor and aroma profiles of every well-known strain are created by the bio chemicals secreted in the trichomes of Cannabis along with cannabinoids like THC and CBD. Terpenes are a large chemical component of the essential oil of Cannabis and have become a buzzword in the industry. However, there are many other classes of bio chemicals in essential oils, many unknown, that can provide flavor, aroma and biological effects. Although much is known about terpenes and their medical or recreational uses, even more is unknown about the chemical synergies that produce the entourage effect.
Pure, Organic, Authentic, Functional Terpenes. With our world class extraction technologies and collaborations, we have set the standards for quality, consistency and affordability for the most flavorful and effective cannabis terpenes on the market.
Affordable - Our terpene formulations are the most affordable cannabis derived and plant derived extracts on the market due in large part to our proprietary extraction processes, sourcing, and formulations team.
California & Colorado Sourced - Our terpene formulations are sourced from the most advanced Cannabis economies in the world allowing access to strains envied around the globe.
Consistent - Our proprietary process recreates strains utilizing enriched cannabis extracts that are analyzed for known terpene profiles. This level of control creates a consistent product every batch.
Effective - With several thousand consumers so far, feedback is consistent that our products provide effective and synergistic medicinal and recreational effects when combined with CBD or THC.
Flavorful - Many of our enriched profiles contain flavor and aroma compounds lost in traditional extraction methodologies. The resulting products are some of the most flavorful terpene formulations available.
Pure - Third party tests assure the customer that every product is made with quality sourced and produced ingredients. Our extraction processes are followed by multiple purification techniques that remove remaining toxins or contaminants.
Transparency - We believe that transparency is key to a quality product; peace of mind is our primary objective. Our products are created using industry best practices and every batch is third party tested. Our terpene standards are 0% THC, 0% Pesticides and Microbial Contaminants and No Solvents.
Proven Leader - Our terpenes have produced accolades on the international scene through our exclusive collaboration with several of the leading cannabis oil pen brands. Recently, one of our partners became the leading THC distillate vaporized pen in Southern California and received First Place for Vape Pen at The Karma Cup in Canada.
Proven Technology - Our terpenes are produced utilizing proprietary fractional distillation and purification technologies. Fractionation of the oils of cannabis allow control and consistency in product as we recreate known strain flavor/aroma and effectiveness profiles. Our extraction team collectively brings over 30 years experience in Cannabis extraction experience.
Science Driven - Core to our technology is the understanding of biochemistry at the genomic level. Reading the genetic code of strains utilized in our products allows insight into the driving forces behind the entourage effect. Our team collectively brings over 40 years of experience in genomic biotechnology experience working with some of the most well-known figures in genomics today.
Scalability - Our technology platform is capable of scaling to industrial levels and efficiencies of scale will drive prices down as the market demand increases.
Beta-caryophyllene is a sesquiterpene found in many plants such as Thai basils, cloves, cinnamon leaves and black pepper, and in minor quantities in lavender. It’s aroma has been described as peppery, woody and/or spicy. Caryophyllene is the only terpene known to interact with the endocannabinoid system (CB2). Studies show β–caryophyllene holds promise in cancer treatment plans. Research shows shows that β–caryophyllene selectively binds to the CB2 receptor and that it is a functional CB2 agonist. Further, β–caryophyllene was identified as a functional non-psychoactive CB2 receptor ligand in foodstuff and as a macrocyclic anti-inflammatory cannabinoid in cannabis.
Camphene is monoterpene which emits pungent odors of damp woodlands and fir needles. Camphene may play a critical role in cardiovascular disease. Clinical studies have found camphene reduces plasma cholesterol and triglycerides in hyperlipidemic rats. Given the importance that the control of hyperlipidemia plays in heart disease, the results of this study provide insight into how camphene might be used as an alternative to pharmaceutical lipid lowering agents which are proven to cause intestinal problems, liver damage and muscle inflammation. This finding alone warrants further investigation.
Delta-3-carene is a bicyclic monoterpene with a sweet, pungent odor. It is found naturally in many healthy, beneficial essential oils, including cypress oil, juniper berry oil and fir needle essential oils. In higher concentrations, delta-3-carene can be a central nervous system depressant. It is often used to dry out excess body fluids, such as tears, mucus, and sweat.
Humulene is a sesquiterpene also known as α-humulene and α–caryophyllene; an isomer of β–caryophyllene. Humulene is found in hops, cannabis sativa strains, and Vietnamese coriander, among other naturally occurring substances. Humulene is what gives beer its distinct ‘hoppy’ aroma. Humulene is considered to be anti-tumor, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anorectic (suppresses appetite). It has commonly been blended with β–caryophyllene and used as a major remedy for inflammation. Humulene has been used for generations in Chinese medicine. It aids in weight loss by acting as an appetite suppressant.
Linalool is a monoterpenoid and has been described as having floral and lavender undertones. Varieties high in linalool promote calming, relaxing effects. Linalool has been used for centuries as a sleep aid. Linalool lessens the anxious emotions provoked by pure THC, thus making it helpful in the treatment of both psychosis and anxiety. Studies also suggest that linalool boosts the immune system; can significantly reduce lung inflammation; and can restore cognitive and emotional function (making it useful in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease).
Limonene is a monoterpenoid and one of two major compounds formed from pinene. As the name suggests, varieties high in limonene have strong citrusy smells like oranges, lemons and limes. Strains high in limonene promote a general uplift in mood and attitude. This citrusy terpene is the major constituent in citrus fruit rinds, rosemary, juniper and peppermint, as well as in several pine needle oils. Limonene is highly absorbed by inhalation and quickly appears in the bloodstream. Clinical studies have shown that it assists in the absorption of other terpenes through the skin and other body tissue.
Myrcene, specifically β-myrcene, is a monoterpene and the most common terpene produced by cannabis (some varieties contain up to 60% of the essential oil). Its aroma has been described as musky, earthy, herbal – akin to cloves. A high myrcene level in cannabis (usually above 0.5%) results in the well-known “couch-lock" effect of classic Indica medicinal cannais strains. Myrcene is found in oil of hops, citrus fruits, bay leaves, eucalyptus, wild thyme, lemon grass and many
other plants. Myrcene has some very special medicinal properties, including lowering the resistance across the blood to brain barrier, allowing itself and many other chemicals to cross the barrier easier and more quickly.
Phellandrene is described as pepperminty, with a slight scent of citrus. Phellandrene is believed to have special medicinal values. It has been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat digestive disorders. It is one of the main compounds in turmeric leaf oil, which is used to prevent and treat systemic fungal infections.
Akin to its name, pinene has distinctive aromas of pine and fir. Pinene is one of the principal monoterpenes that is important physiologically in both plants and animals. It tends to react with other chemicals, forming a variety of other terpenes (like limonene) and other compounds. Pinene is used in medicine as an anti-inflammatory, expectorant, bronchodilator and local antiseptic. Clinical studies indicate that the effects of THC may be lessened if mixed with pinene.
α-Terpineol, terpinen-4-ol, and 4-terpineol are three closely related monoterpenoids. The aroma of terpineol has been compared to lilacs and flower blossoms. Terpineol is often found in cannabis varieties that have high pinene levels, which unfortunately mask the fragrant aromas of terpineol. Terpineol, specifically α-terpineol, is known to have calming, relaxing effects. It also exhibits antibiotic, AChe inhibitor and antioxidant antimalarial properties.
Terpinolene is a common component of sage and rosemary and is found in the oil derived from Monterey cypress. Its largest use in the United States is in soaps and perfumes. It is also a great insect repellent. Terpinolene is known to have a piney aroma with slight herbal and floral nuances. It tends to have a sweet flavor reminiscent of citrus fruits like oranges and lemons. Terpinolene has been found to be a central nervous system depressant used to induce drowsiness or sleep or to reduce psychological excitement or anxiety. Further, terpinolene was found to markedly reduce the protein expression of AKT1 in K562 cells and inhibited cell proliferation involved in a variety of human cancers.
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