How To Mix Your Terpenes With C02 Extract

Are you drawn to mixing terpenes with C02 extracts? Does the solventless extraction process intrigue you? In this post, True Terpenes will be sharing the simple three step process to mixing terpenes with C02 extract easily and effectively. Your outcome with this mixture will give you a flavor and effect new to you and the…

How Dispensaries Use Terpenes To Increase Revenue

As a dispensary, helping customers while increasing revenue is the name of the game. Your budtenders and other sales people need to understand that to increase revenue, they need to focus on the existing customers. Granted, you will want to grow your client base with new customers, but around 80 percent of your overall revenue…

The One Secret To Increase Your Dispensary Sales

If you own and operate a dispensary in any part of the country, you’re constantly looking for ways to increase revenue without increasing your overhead. This is one of the big goals for any business buying and selling bulk terpenes. You’re not alone in this endeavor. Thousands of businesses across the country are using the…

Terpology Tuesday – Nutmeg Terpenes

If there’s one spice that’s seemingly synonymous with the holidays it’s nutmeg. Nutmeg is even part of the Pumpkin Spice trend that explodes after Halloween every year. It’s mixed in everything from eggnog and pumpkin pie to lattes. With that in mind True Terpenes wanted to look at the essential oil of nutmeg and why…

How Do I Use Terpenes Effectively?

What are terpenes? How do you use terpenes? What can they be used for? These questions and many more cross your mind when you’re looking into enjoying one of True Terpenes’ many profile strains and isolates. In fact, there’s a quality debate going on with customers between cannabis-derived and naturally-derived terpenes. The big question is…

Terpology Tuesday – Meteor Terpenes

The Geminids Meteor Shower peaks at midnight Thursday, December 13 and with that in mind True Terpenes takes a look at the history of space/meteor terpenes. Meteors, comets and asteroids have attracted human attention for thousands of years. As such we’ve been collecting and investigating what they’re made of to help us understand space. Interestingly,…

How To Mix Terpenes With Extracts And Concentrates

You’ve purchased one of the many great products in the True Terpenes product line, and now you want to mix your terpenes with various extracts and concentrates. At True Terpenes, we encourage you to customize your terpene experience as much as possible. In fact, in this post, we’re going to walk you through some general…

True Terpenes presents: A terpene-infused holiday meal by Chef Brandon Allen

Cannabis educator and award-winning Chef Brandon Allen gives the True Terpenes audience a run down on how to prepare a spectacular holiday feast that will enhance any gathering. The secret ingredient in this meal is True Terpenes. Watch the video and follow along below to learn how to make this yourself. Fresh Cranberry Sauce Cranberries         …

LTRMN launches True Terpenes powered BEZEL product line

You may be tasting True Terpenes strain profiles a lot more often if you live in Oregon. Bezel, a premiere cartridge brand based in Portland, Oregon; has launched a new line of distillate based products that feature True Terpenes botanical-terpene strain profiles. Bezel is the newest branch of the tree that is LTRMN, a brand…

Ant repellent terpenes

Last week’s Terpology Tuesday on the terpenes found in ants got a lot of response, and it also drew a lot of questions. One of the common threads was centered on the question: are there any terpenes that repel ants? According to some research it appears there are. A study done in Argentina on leaf-cutting…

Terpenes in Ants

Terpenes are best known for being found in plants like cannabis, but Terpology Tuesday this week is a bit outside the box, or well in this case kingdom. We’re shifting to the animal kingdom and taking a look at the terpene content in ants, specifically Monomorium Chinense Santschi. Researchers in China recently investigated how Santschi…

Terpenes and your business

What Terpene Lovers Ought To Know About Steam Distillation

The separation process to collect extracts is complex. You can use a variety of methods. However, if you want to extract terpenes from various sources, the heat and the pressure which is used matters. Terpenes are sensitive organic compounds. High heat and high pressure, whether together or separate, cause terpene structure to decompose. Decomposition leads…

The Entourage Effect of Candles

Newport Beach, California’s Buz Meraki is a candle producer that embraces the power of terpenes. At just about a year in the business, the company continues to shape its line as it learns more about this constantly evolving space. Buz Meraki’s candles are inspired by iconic strains like Super Lemon Haze, Granddaddy Purple and Blue…

Thanksgiving Cranberry Terpenes

With Thanksgiving approaching it seems fitting to look at what creates the flavor and taste of cranberries – the essential oil and terpene profile. Two scientists out of Pennsylvania and Massachusetts analyzed cranberries in 1968, and several studies have verified much of their work. It turns out that unlike most fruit juices the bulk of…

True Terpenes Content Creators: Cannabis Chef Union’s Mojito Sorbet

– Mojito sorbet – By: Chef Mychal for True Terpenes @Doughboyzlv Featured Terpene –Limonene Ingredients: 3 cups filtered water 1 cup club soda 5oz mint syrup 2 cucumbers (optional) 1oz fresh mint 8-10 cups pure cane sugar (sweeten to taste) 2 drops of Limonene True Terpenes (diluted) 9 fresh limes *You will need a blender…

True Terpenes, Circanna & the Entourage Effect in Edibles

Circanna has found the key to the edible cannabis experience – terpenes. Circanna, a Seattle-based recreational cannabis processor, is known for producing high quality cannabis extracts. The company focuses on whole-cannabis vape products, but they’ve taken a different tact when producing edibles due to the complexities of cooking with cannabis. Circanna uses True Terpenes to…

Got Terpenes? The terpenes in milk and cheese

Science is showing free range livestock make for terpier milk and cheese. Researchers in Brazil recently investigated how changing a goat’s environment and thus diet created variations in the taste and nutrients in goat cheese and milk. One group was kept indoors and were fed elephant grass, hay and a concentrate supplement. The pasture group…

True Terpenes launches new strain profiles

True Terpenes would like to announce an otherworldly special addition to our product line. We are proud to introduce our newest botanical terpene profiles: Wedding Cake, Grapefruit Romulan, Thin Mint Cookies, Limoncello and Black Lime. Wedding Cake is a mash-up of sweet, pastry-named varieties to create a profile good enough for any special day. Cherry…

Meat terpenes?

While we’re accustomed to testing for terpenes in the plants that humans consume, a group of Croatian scientists went a step further testing to see how smoking meats altered the terpene content. The scientists were looking into the provenance/terroir or how the geographic origin affect a food or drink, in this case: Dalmatian dry cured…

Content Creator Series: Chef Bray’s Terpene-Infused Olive Oil

Decorative Infused Olive Oil Bottle By Chef Bray for True Terpenes Featured Terpene Profile – OG Kush Ingredients: 10 Cloves Garlic 1 Red Bell Pepper 1 Orange Bell Pepper 1 Yellow Bell Pepper 1 Bunch of Rosemary ¼ tsp Salt 16 oz. bottle of Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1-2 drops of your favorite True Terpene…

Terpenes may stimulate plant growth

It looks like even plants prefer an entourage effect to the use of singular compounds. A new study out of Germany is showing that terpenes from the Peppermint plant may have a place in the future of sustainable, organic farming. The scientists coplanted two varieties of peppermint (Mutlimentha/MM and English/E) into test crops of Brassica…

Kitchen Toke features True Terpenes in Recipe

If you’re looking for new recipes for your True Terpenes collection, you may want to invest in a subscription to Kitchen Toke. Kitchen Toke is a national food magazine that focuses on cooking with cannabis from a recreational and medical standpoint. The publication features recipes that are infused with everything from cannabis leaf and flower…