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The 10 Terpenes You Need to Know About, Part I – Myrcene

Did you know the terpene Myrcene gets its name from a Brazilian plant called Myrcia sphaerocarpa? The plant has been used for medicinal purposes for hundreds of years to potentially treat hypertension, diabetes, dysentery, and diarrhea. Not only does Myrcene alone have medicinal uses, but it can also be enjoyed recreationally as a terpene isolate. In the following ten-part blog series, we’ll be examining the most common terpenes found in cannabis, hemp, and other sources, which can be extracted and enjoyed at your leisure. What to learn more about the Myrcene terpene? Read on to find out.

Read all the posts in our 10 Terpenes You Need to Know About blog series!

What is Myrcene (ß-myrcene)

As a popular and important precursor to many other terpenes, Myrcene is an influential monoterpene. It emits a combination woody-citrus aroma. It’s also been said to carry a mango or vegetative scent for specific individuals. Some have reported a peppery, spicy, or balsam aroma, too.

On a chemical level, the ß-myrcene is hypothesized to enhance membrane permeation, which assists compounds in entering cells.

Overall, Myrcene’s primary benefit revolves around discomfort reducing properties. It influences your peace and soothing.

Why use Myrcene?

If you’re suffering from discomfort, Myrcene may be an alternative, natural option to reduce your problem. What if you can’t unwind? Unease, energy and other issues may be reduced or eliminated with the use of the Myrcene isolate. Whether you are suffering from discomfort, lack of peace, or other problems, Myrcene may be able to help.

The Myrcene Isolate Experience

Life is hectic. We understand if you’re looking for a natural alternative to traditional medication to relieve pain, find sleep, or induce a calm state. Terpenes are a great way to do that. You can find the True Terpene natural Myrcene isolate in our online terpene store.

Myrcene offers a variety of benefits like pain mitigation, inflammation reduction, and sleep induction, but it also offers a unique experience when used. You will notice a calm and uplifting feeling.

True Terpenes Extracts Myrcene From The Source

Myrcene is a common terpene in many sources. It’s one of the most prevalent cannabinoids in cannabis behind THC and CBD. It can be found in hopes, thyme, lemongrass, mangoes, basil, and bay laurel leaves. If you’ve ever smelt or tasted any of these sources, you’ll notice the aroma and flavor is primarily influenced by the Myrcene terpene.

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True Terpenes offers isolates and strains from all-natural sources. The terpene isolates are steam-distilled from various plant sources around the world. Our Myrcene Isolate is food-grade, natural, organic, and non-GMO certified. You can take advantage of individual isolate terpene liquids, or you can combine various isolates, as well as enjoy individual strains, to find the experience and feeling you desire. Shop terpenes for sale online today! Read part II of this blog series on the Limonene terpene! You can also find the other

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