Terpenes A Closer Look At Fenchol is part of the discussion of the role terpenes play in cannabis.
Fenchol is a terpene in basil, eucalyptus, asters, nutmeg, fennel, citrus fruit, and some types of cannabis.
The aroma is refreshing, piney, herbal, earthy and woody. It is the primary scent in Basil.
Benefits of Fenchol
A study discovered that has analgesic abilities. They found that it inhibits a protein in the body’s pain signal system and may assist as a pain reliever.
Like many terpenes it has antibacterial properties and inhibits the growth of bacteria.
Also antimicrobial and antifungal, which make it beneficial in the treatment of fungal infections.
Other Places You Find the Terpene
The pleasing aroma makes it an often-used scent in the fragrance industry as well as personal care items like shampoos and soaps.
It is also a favourite fragrance in laundry detergents and fabric softeners.
It can be found in the food industry where it is used an a flavouring agent.
As discussed in the Cannabis Consumption Methods and Understanding Terpenes post we discuss vaporizing, specifically 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.
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Cannabis that contains Fenchol
- Petrolia Headstash
- Super Silver Haze
- OG Kush
- Banana Kush
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- found in basil, eucalyptus, asters, nutmeg, fennel, citrus fruit, cannabis
- aroma is piney, herbal, earthy, woody
- anti inflammatory