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Terpene Profile: Humulene
Humulene is one of the predominant terpenes in Humulus Lupulus, common hops, from which it gets its name; it's also found in cannabis, sage, and ginseng. Humulene is also commonly called α-humulene or α-caryophyllene. While humulene is related to ...
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Humulene smells musty and earthy, like fresh soil — or a fresh bowl of OG Kush — and is a compound of hops, sunflowers and tobacco. Most studies on the compounds of cannabis flowers have focused on the plant's cannabinoids, but as scientists learn ...
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Caryophyllene: Pungent, peppery and sweet. Found in pepper, clove and cotton. This is the terpene that police dogs are trained to detect, which is the sort of thing people in Oregon had to worry about not very long ago.
Citrus oil sesquiterpenes: Multi-GC method characterisation
Those five were α-cubebene, α-copaene, trans-caryophyllene, trans-β-farnesene and α-humulene. Six other components were found in all but one of the oils whereas others were present in a single oil.

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