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Terpenes Profile: Alpha Phellandrene

True Terpenes understands the value that terpenes can provide. That’s why we want to help our clients find the perfect terpenes to fit their needs, whether that be to aid with a peace loving vibe or provide a new level of comfort. Today, we are going to discuss Alpha Phellandrene and how it may be able to benefit those searching for a terpene to heighten their experience.

Alpha Phellandrene

This terpene smells herbaceous, citrusy, minty, peppery, and a little woodsy. If you are hoping to identify Alpha Phellandrene in a particular strain, search for hints of mint in the flavor. Absorbed easily through the skin, it has become one of the top terpene choices in the perfume industry.

Where is this terpene found?

You can find Alpha Phellandrene in cannabis, as well as the following common plants:

  • Pine
  • Parsley
  • Grand fir
  • Dill
  • Mint
  • Lavender
  • Angelica
  • Ginger grass
  • Canada balsam
  • Water fennel
  • Corn parsley
  • Black pepper
  • Ceylon cinnamon
  • Eucalyptus

To most, the scent is extremely familiar because it is so present in many of the plants and scents we encounter daily. The next time you smell mint leaves or a lavender candle, appreciate the Alpha Phellandrene terpene smell!

What can Alpha Phellandrene be used for?

Phellandrene, in general, is a staple in the perfume industry. The natural aroma combined with its absorbency makes this one sought-after terpene! We know that Alpha Phellandrene is perfect for:

  • Comfort
  • Energy Boosting
  • Soothing
  • Spirit Enhancement

True Terpenes and Alpha Phellandrene

Here at True Terpenes, we offer isolates like Alpha Phellandrene for people just like you. Each and every one of our terpenes is natural, organic, food-grade, and non-GMO. We proudly boast the finest in terpenes simply because that’s what we sell: pure, unaltered terpenes for your use. Add our products to lotions, concentrates, diffusers, edibles—whatever you prefer! Reach out to our team now to find out more about how you can order or become an affiliate of our program. We look forward to working with you!

Are terpenes safe?

We get asked all the time if terpenes are safe. The answer is yes, assuming that you treat them with care. Terpenes are FDA approved, and therefore, they are legal. Yes, terpenes are found in cannabis—but they are also found in most plants on our planet. We do recommend that you check out our instructions for diluting and mixing the terpenes, however. Improper use or consumption can be toxic. Always work with proper safety equipment on and mix your terpenes in a well-ventilated area. Reach out today, as we would be happy to answer any of your questions.

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