What Are The Benefits Of Linalool?

Linalool offers many benefits from its use. Users says its benefits include soothing and help with unwinding at the end of the day. True Terpenes’ customers have further communicated its wonderful effects, either used as an enhancement to food or drink or small doses on its own. No matter how you decide to use our terpenes, you will find them enjoyable, beneficial, and natural.

In this post, we’ll share the attributes, benefits, and sources of Linalool. You can shop terpenes for sale online now on our website! Otherwise, continue reading to learn more.

What is Linalool

As a terpene alcohol, Linalool is a monoterpene. It has a unique flavor and is in the top ten for most common terpenes. The flavor profile is near Alpha Pinene, but without the heavy woody aroma. Linalool has a variety of benefits proven through its use for thousands of years as a peace inducing agent.

What are the attributes of Linalool?

Linalool is one of the more rare terpenes to find in natural sources, even though it’s one of the more common terpenes found in cannabis strains. At True Terpenes, our terpenes are certified non-GMO, natural, organic, and food-grade. We source our terpenes from non-cannabis sources, which means the potency and effectiveness is not lost in our steam-distillation process. Nonetheless, below is a list of resources we can source the terpene from:

  • Lamiaceae
  • Lauraceae
  • Birch Trees
  • Citrus

The aroma of Linalool closely emulates its sources. It emits a rosy, sweet, woody scent with hints blueberry and citrus. The flavor profile is relatively the same as the aroma with a lemony, rosy, floral taste and hints of coriander and lavender.

Linalool tends to go well with warm tea, salads, and other greens. Many others use Linalool for its lemony taste in energy drinks to boost the flavor to a new level. However, you decide to use your Linalool, make sure and order it online from True Terpenes!

Which cannabis strains is Linalool found in?

Terpenes aren’t just found in non-cannabis sources. The terpene industry has found its foothold on the periphery of cannabis. However, terpenes are more common in non-cannabis sources than anything else in the world. At True Terpenes, we source non-cannabis sources and get our terpenes certified natural, organic, non-GMO, and food-grade, so you’re getting the purest product possible. Nonetheless, you can find Linalool in a few of the following cannabis strains:

  • Gh cheeze
  • Gh skunk
  • Kaia kush
  • K-train
  • Kalashnakova
  • Superbud
  • Chem dogg
  • Diamond girl

What other names is Linalool known by?

Linalool is known by many names. Depending on the nomenclature, it will be called by one of the following titles:

  • β-Linalool
  • Linalool, β
  • dl-Linalool
  • (±)-Linalool
  • 78-70-6 [RN]
  • allo-Ocimenol
  • linalyl alcohol
  • 245-083-6 [EINECS]
  • 3,7-Dimethylocta-1,6-dien-3-ol
  • 3,7-Dimethyl-1,6-octadien-3-ol [ACD/IUPAC Name]
  • 1,6-Octadien-3-ol, 3,7-dimethyl- [ACD/Index Name]

Why choose Linalool from True Terpenes?

There are hundreds of terpenes to choose from. Where do you start? First, you want to ask yourself why you want to try terpenes. Then, ask what exactly do you want to get out of terpenes. From here, you can then determine how to choose which terpenes for sale online you want to order.

For many customers, the general enhancement of food or beverage is enough to motivate them to give terpenes a try. On the other end of the spectrum, we’ve had customers purchase terpenes for the sole benefit of trying an alternative to their medications. At True Terpenes, we offer certified natural, organic, non-GMO, food-grade terpenes. We want to offer you the most potent, effective terpenes on the market for recreational use.

Are you ready to give terpenes a try? Shop terpenes for sale online now!

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