5 Terpenes For Better Relaxation

According to the ADAA, anxiety disorders are one of the most common in America, affecting nearly 40 million. For some, a single dose of a soothing terpene is all they need to quell their worry or panic. For others, it may take a few rounds to eventually calm them down. The point is each individual is different, and so is their need for a peaceful relaxation. Whether you have a slight apprehension or a complete unease, certain terpene isolates may be able to help you find peace. Remember, you’re not alone.

In this post, we’ll share five terpenes that offer a unwinding experience. The ideal way to incorporate your terpene isolate is to include them in your daily routine. Some add their dose to a morning coffee or tea. Others use them in their energy drinks. We’ve even had customers share the types of food they used their terpenes on for flavoring. The use of your terpenes is completely up to you.

Find peace And serenity With These Terpenes

When you can find a peaceful, soothed state, life gets easier. That’s why it’s important to understand what’s causing your anxiety, worry, panic, or otherwise. Here are five terpenes that offer a better way to chill:

Eucalyptol

This terpene offers a minty flavor and aroma, consistent with its natural source, eucalyptus. When ingested, Eucalyptol helps create an uplifting calm and focus. For those looking to unwind, calm down, or simply chill out, this terpene may work for you.

Eucalyptol is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Super Silver Haze
  • Girl Scout Cookies
  • Headband
  • Bubba Kush

Humulene

This terpene offers a woody aroma with hints of bitterness. Those who try Humulene will find it reminiscent of hops. Non-cannabis sources for Humulene include hops, sage, and japanese spicebush. The terpene provides an uplifting chill when ingested. Some customers have been mixing this terpene isolate with their evening tea.

Humulene is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Thin Mint
  • Chemdawg 91
  • Sherbert

Limonene

If you prefer a citrusy, fruity terpene, Limonene is the perfect isolate for you. It has a sweet aroma, and an even sweeter flavor. Those who try this terpene experience an uplifting peaceful and an energetic focus. Although this terpene may not seem like one you take to chill or slow down, it’s a common terpene people enjoy to level out.

Limonene is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Mendocino Purps
  • The White
  • Super Lemon Haze

Linalool

Do you prefer a more floral aroma and flavor? Linalool offers a floral aroma with spicy undertones. Its flavor is reminiscent of lavender. It’s commonly sourced from plants in the mint family, as well as the laurel family. When enjoying Linalool, you will experience an uplifting peace.

Linalool is commonly found in the following strains:

  • UK Cheese
  • Chemdawg
  • Skywalker OG

Terpineol

Do you prefer a citrus-lime aroma? What about with hints of apple blossom and lilac? Terpineol offers a unique aroma-flavor profile. It can be commonly found in non-cannabis sources like pine, cajuput, and petitgrain. Those who enjoy this terpene tend to feel an peaceful focus alongside unwinding.

Terpineol is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Fire OG
  • Skywalker OG

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