Bisabolol is the terpene that is found in chamomile, the bark of Candeia Trees as well as some strains of cannabis.
The aroma is warm, sweet and floral, like chamomile and similar to that of apples or honey.
Bisabolol in Skin Care
Bisabolol found in chamomile is commonly used in the cosmetic industry.
Favored for its skin soothing and inflammation properties. Often used in many topical products for its skincare benefits. Found in after sun products, aftershaves, shampoos as well as topicals that are used to treat skin irritation.
Bisabolol also enhances the skins absorption abilities. Because it helps the skin absorb other molecules, it can increase the effectiveness of topicals.
Other medical benefits of Bisabolol
Found to have gastro protective qualities and said to protect the stomach lining, important to those who suffer from ulcers.
With anti-fungal and anti-biotic properties and it has been found to be effective against bacterial and fungal infections. This terpene shows great potential as a topical treatment for both pain and inflammation.
Researchers have discovered the Bisabolol effectively promotes cell death of acute leukemia cells in humans.
As discussed in the Cannabis Consumption Methods post we discuss vaporizing. It is the method of smoking dried flower in a dried flower vaporizer. You can set the temperature to the perfect setting to get the most of the terpenes in your cannabis.
Bisabolol should be vaporized at 307F.
Strains of cannabis that contain Bisabolol
- Pink Kush
- Rock Star
- Gorilla Glue
- GSC (formerly Girl Scout Cookies)
- Mango Haze
- Ghost OG
- Ultra Sour
- Kali Mist
Bisabolol vaporize at 307F
- found in chamomile, the bark of Candeia trees and some strains of cannabis
- the aroma is floral
- anti-ulcer and gastroprotective
- fights infection
- stops the growth of cancer cells