Want To Feel Energized? Try These 5 Terpene Isolates!

Do you feel tired all the time? Are you looking for that little extra boost to make it through the day? It can be tough to rely on expensive energy drinks or immense amounts of caffeine to get past that afternoon slump at work. Terpenes are a great alternative to those stimulants, offering a clean, natural way to find energy without the side effects.

At True Terpenes, we offer terpene products that are certified natural, organic, non-GMO, and food-grade, so you can enjoy them at your leisure to get the effects you desire. In this post, we will share five terpene isolates for better energy throughout the day. If you’re ready to purchase your isolate, shop our terpenes for sale online.

Five Terpene Isolates For Energy

If you want to feel energized, you probably go for an energy drink or another cup of coffee, but what if you could simply add a drop of terpene isolate into your water and get a similar effect? You’re not alone in feeling exhausted, but you don’t have to stay that way. Here are five terpene isolates to try to boost your energy:

Alpha Pinene

This piney, earthy terpene offers an aroma-flavor profile that’s herby with hints of pine and cedarwood. Its natural sources being pine, cedarwood, and some varieties of citrus. When enjoyed, Alpha Pinene offers an energetic focus unique in the terpene industry.

Alpha Pinene is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Blue Dream
  • Jack Herer
  • Og Kush

Beta Pinene

Not so different from Alpha Pinene, Beta Pinene emits a strong earthy, piney aroma with hints of pine resin. The flavor is different from Alpha Pinene, although it’s aroma is similar, offering a fresh, cool experience. This terpene is commonly found in pine, camphorweed, and big sagebrush.

Beta Pinene is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Bubba Kush
  • ChemDawg
  • Trainwreck


Limonene is a widely enjoyed terpene, second only to Myrcene. It’s a popular terpene used by many. It emits a sweet, citrus aroma while offering a tropical flavoring that those who love fruits will enjoy. It’s commonly found in non-cannabis sources like grapefruit, lime, lemon, and oranges.

Limonene is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Mendocino Purps
  • The White
  • Super Lemon Haze


This terpene has a strong, distinctive aroma many will be familiar with. It tends to remind people of vapor rub or mothballs. The flavor, however, is unique and rarely duplicated in terpenes. Camphor is commonly sourced from camphor laurel, rosemary, and East African camphorwood.

Camphor is commonly found in the following strains:

  • Mendocino Purps
  • Durban Poison

Gamma Terpinene

The citrus and herb aroma-flavor profile in Gamma Terpinene creates a delicious experience. It’s naturally sourced from lippia multiflora and tea tree. Gamma Terpinene is commonly used in essential oils as the citrus ingredient.

Shop Terpene Isolates For Sale!

At True Terpenes, we understand if you need an extra energy boost during your long day. We used to spend money on energy drinks and coffee to keep up with our busy schedules, but now we enjoy various terpenes that offer us an energy boost. If you’re struggling with energy throughout the day and want to enjoy a nice boost, shop our terpenes for sale online now! All of our terpene products are certified natural, organic, non-GMO, and food-grade. We steam distill our products to maintain the highest level of purity possible. When you choose True Terpenes, you get only the best.

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