What Are The Benefits Of Beta Caryophyllene?

Terpenes are a diverse and large class of organic compounds produced by mostly plants and other sources. For the most part, terpenes are extracted from plant-based resources through a variety of methods like steam-distillation. Beta Caryophyllene is one of many terpenes in the world found in plants, insects, and other sources. Terpenes also have numerous benefits shown through over the last two decades.

In this post, we’ll share the benefits of Beta Caryophyllene, the aroma, flavor profile, health benefits, cannabis-related strains, and more. At True Terpenes, we offer certified organic, natural, non-GMO, food-grade terpenes to our customers, either directly or through distributors. Our non-cannabis sourced terpenes offer a great way to enjoy certain desired effects like a soothing, uplifting focus. You can shop terpenes for sale online, or you can continue reading to learn more!

What is Beta Caryophyllene?

This terpene has a unique flavor profile and aroma. It’s a sesquiterpene, and its large size and structure makes it unique compared to other terpenes. It’s discomfort relieving properties have been shown effective, which we will share in this post. Finally, those looking to enjoy terpenes and reap the benefits should try Beta Caryophyllene

What are the attributes of Beta Caryophyllene?

Beta Caryophyllene can be found in numerous sources around the world. Non-cannabis derived terpenes exist in the tens-of-thousands. They’re what make things smell and taste a certain way. Ever enjoyed black pepper on your steak? How about the effects of lavender? You most likely encountered Beta Caryophyllene. Here are some natural terpene sources:

  • Black Caraway
  • Cloves
  • Hops
  • Basil
  • Oregano
  • Black Pepper
  • West African Pepper
  • Lavender
  • Rosemary
  • Cinnamomum
  • Malabathrum
  • Cananga Odorata
  • Copaiba Oil

How Beta Caryophyllene tastes and smells is unique compared to other terpenes. It emits a dry, spicy, sweet, and woody aroma with hints of clove. The flavor profile of this terpene follows suit, offering a spicy, peppery, woody, taste with hints of citrus and camphoreous.

Those looking to use Beta Caryophyllene with food or beverage tend to enjoy it on steak, chicken, in salads, or in tart or band drinks. Nonetheless, the best way to find out how you like this terpene the best is to shop for it online now!

What are the benefits?

Through numerous studies, Beta Caryophyllene has been shown as an effective discomfort aid, and soothing agent. At True Terpenes, we do our best to keep up-to-date on information to offer our customer as much as possible on the terpenes they’re purchasing from us. Whether it be a Beta Caryophyllene isolate or strain, we want them to get the most benefit out of the product. Below are some studies showing the positive health benefits of this terpene:

Which cannabis strains is Beta Caryophyllene found in?

Beta Caryophyllene is found in various cannabis strains. However, we share two of the most common strains with the highest concentration of the terpene below. At True Terpenes, we source our terpenes from non-cannabis resources from around the world. We steam-distill our sources, so we can maintain a high terpene potency and effectiveness, whether we offer it as an isolate or within a strain profile.

  • Diamond Girl
  • AMS

What other names is Beta Caryophyllene known by?

Similar to other terpenes, Beta Caryophyllene is known by various names. Depending on the nomenclature, the terpene will be called by any of the following:

  • Caryophyllene
  • β-Caryophyllene
  • l-Caryophyllene
  • (E)-Caryophyllene
  • (-)-Caryophyllene
  • (-)-β-caryophyllene
  • β-(E)-Caryophyllene
  • trans-Caryophyllene
  • (-)-trans-Caryophyllene
  • Bicyclo(7.2.0)undec-4-ene, 4,11,11-trimethyl-8-methylene-, (1R,4E,9S)-
  • [1R-(1R*,4E,9S*)]-4,11,11-Trimethyl-8-methylenebicyclo[7.2.0]undec-4-ene
  • Bicyclo(7.2.0)undec-4-ene, 8-methylene-4,11,11-trimethyl-, (E)-(1R,9S)-(-)-
  • (1R,9S)-4,11,11-Trimethyl-8-methylenebicyclo[7.2.0]undec-4-ene [ACD/IUPAC Name]
  • Bicyclo[7.2.0]undec-4-ene, 4,11,11-trimethyl-8-methylene-, (1R,9S)- [ACD/Index Name]

Why choose True Terpenes for Beta Caryophyllene?

If you’re looking for a terpene to enjoy on your food, in your beverages, or on its own, shop our online store for isolates and strain profiles. Whether you choose an isolate or strain, you will be purchasing a certified natural, organic, non-GMO, food-grade product that’s steam-distilled to maintain potency and effectiveness. We believe in delivering the very best when it comes to terpenes to our customers.

Are you a distributor looking to expand your business into the terpene industry? We offer wholesale, bulk terpene packages, too! You can contact us directly or order a sample pack to get started. We’ll work with you to offer the exact terpenes you want at a competitive price.

Want to learn more about terpenes? Visit our FAQ page or contact us directly. We have numerous resources all over our site you will find useful.

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