Have Trouble Focusing? Try These 5 Terpene Isolates!

In this day and age, we’re constantly distracted. There’s always a ping, ding, or ring that alerts our attention to a notification we need to check right now. It’s inevitable that we eventually have a hard time keeping up with it all and maintaining focus on one priority at a time. When this happens, some people reach for coffee or specific attention enhancing agent. But what if there was a natural, organic way to find focus without the caffeine? At True Terpenes, we believe we’ve got the certified natural, organic, non-GMO, food-grade products for you.

In this post, we share five terpenes for better focus. It’s time you found a way to pay attention to the priorities that matter in your life and stop getting distracted. Shop our terpene isolates for sale online now!

Five Terpene Isolates For Focus

Focus is important. It’s how we take care of more responsibilities in less time. But if we can’t focus, our life seemingly unravels right before our eyes. You don’t have to lose focus anymore. Find focus with one of these five terpene isolates:

Beta Caryophyllene

The clove-like, woody aroma and sweet-spicy flavor offers a unique experience when consumed alone or with other delicious beverages or foods. Most customers take their Beta Caryophyllene independently of their other sustenance consumption, but our customers have reported this terpene being delicious in green tea or with a steak dinner. This terpene offers an uplifting, calming focus.

Beta Caryophyllene is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Death Star
  • Sour Bubble
  • Candyland
  • GSC
  • Moon Cookies
  • Cookies and Cream.

Delta 3 Carene

This terpene is widely known for its pungent, sweet aroma and a citrusy flavor. It’s naturally sourced from pine, cedarwood, and rosemary, which give it it’s unique aroma-flavor profile. Using Delta 3 Carene will offer a focused state independent of most other terpene isolates.

Delta 3 Carene is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Silver Haze
  • Super Lemon Haze
  • Skunk #1


Do you like lime and citrus aromas and flavors? Terpineol offer a citrusy-lime aroma-flavor profile unique in terpenes. It’s commonly sourced from pine, petitgrain, and cajuput, which influence it’s citrusty profile. Finally, when you enjoy this terpene, it offers a calming focus.

Terpineol is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Fire OG
  • Skywalker OG


Beta Pinene

As a cool, fresh terpene, Beta Pinene offers a strong resinous and woody aroma-flavor profile. It’s natural sources include conifer resins like pine. When ingested, it offers an energetic focus. Similar to Terpineol, Beta Pinene is a great way to find focus with a single dose.

Beta Pinene is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Bubba Kush
  • ChemDawg
  • Trainwreck


A terpene commonly known for its tropical, sweet aroma and flavor profile, Limonene offers a citrusy experience when consumed. It’s natural sources include citrus fruits, grapefruit, lime, lemon, and oranges. When consumed, Limonene offers an energetic, uplifting focus not found in other terpenes.

Limonene is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Mendocino Purps
  • The White
  • Super Lemon Haze

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