Colorado Pure Terpenes
Colorado Pure Terpenes
Terpenes are the pungent oils that decorate cannabis varieties with distinctive flavors and smells like floral, spices, citrus, cheese, berries, pine, and many others.They are located in the Trichromes which is the same glands that produce THC and CBD, and usually 10%-20% of the total oil produced by the glands is Terpenes. There are many factors during cultivation that can affect the quality and quantity of the terpenes.
Specific Terpenes have been discovered to have some medicinal benefits. Our specific Colorado Pure Terpenes have been selected based on the quality and purity. We will personally mix any of our Terpenes to any of our products upon request.
Our 6 Colorado Pure Natural Terpenes
D-Limonene, Natural & Organic citrus (orange, tangerine, lemon, and grapefruit), rosemary, juniper, peppermint. Repulsive to predators. Found in the rinds of many fruits and flowers. With the presence of other certain terpenes, Limonene can be an anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, anti-depressant and anti- carcinogen. It can synergistically promote the absorption of other terpenes by quickly penetrating cell membranes. The result can be increased systolic blood pressure. Since Limonene is such a potent anti-fungal and anti-cancer agent, it is thought to protect against aspergillus fungi and carcinogens found in cannabis smoke streams!
Beta Caryophyllene, Natural spicy, sweet, woody, clove, camphor, peppery. Found in black pepper, cloves and cotton. It binds weakly to CB2 receptor. As a topical it is one of the constituents of clove oil, which is an anti-inflammatory and analgesic treatment for toothache. Since THC does not have a smell, drug dogs are trained to find one, very smelly molecule called Caryophyllene-epoxide. Medical Value: Gastroprotective, anti-inflammatory, good for arthritis, ulcers, autoimmune disorders, and other gastrointestinal implications
Beta-Myrcene is clove like, earthy, green-vegetative, citrus, fruity with tropical mango and minty nuances. The most prevalent terpene found in most varieties of marijuana, it is also present in high amounts in Mangos, hops, lemon grass, East Indian bay tree, verbena and Mercia. Myrcene is one of the most important chemicals used in the perfumery industry. Because of its pleasant odor, it is occasionally used directly. It’s a building block for menthol, citronella, and geraniol. It possesses antimicrobial, antiseptic, analgesic, antioxidant, anti-carcinogen, anti depressant, anti-inflammatory, and muscle relaxing effects. Myrcene affects the permeability of the cell membranes, allowing more THC to reach brain cells
Medical Value: Antioxidant, antimicrobial, antiseptic, analgesic, anti-carcinogenic, good for muscle tension, sleeplessness, anti depressant, anti-inflammatory, and muscle relaxing effects.
Linalool, Natural floral (spring flowers), lily, citrus and candied spice. Possesses anti-anxiety and sedative properties (also in lavender).
A-Pinene & Beta-Pinene, Natural. This terpenes is the most common terpenes found in the plant world. Pinene’s medical efficacy includes increased mental focus and energy. It also acts as a bronchodilator, making it helpful for people with asthma and other respiratory ailments. In addition, it can be used as a topical antiseptic. Probably the most promising application of this terpene, however, is its power to reduce the size of cancerous tumors. Pinene’s magical power is derived from its ability to cross the blood-brain barrier. Once in the brain, it affects existing neurotransmitters in such a manner that it results in better memory. Pinene has also shown to inhibit the influence of THC, an example an "entourage effect" that can result in a decrease of paranoia or adverse the psychological reactions from this cannabinoid when consumed in large qualities.
None of these statements are intended to treat, prevent, or cure any disease. Check with your physician for your health recommendations.