Do you suffer from discomfort? How about long nights? Myrcene has been shown in various ways to be great for unease or unwinding after a long day. Whether you’re uncomfortable, worn down, or both, we encourage you to give our Myrcene isolate a try! We offer a variety of terpenes online for sale. You can also find various strain profiles that include myrcene, among other terpenes, that can offer various desired effects to enhance your life.
In this post, we’ll be sharing the benefits of Myrcene and its attributes.. At True Terpenes, our mission is to deliver the most natural, organic terpenes to our customers as possible, whether that’s direct or through distributors worldwide. Continue reading to learn more!
What is Myrcene?
As one of the most common precursors to other terpenes, Myrcene is a monoterpene. People say Myrcene acts differently in various circumstances and situations. The flavor profile and aroma emitted is unique, but it can be combined with other terpene isolates or found in various plant-based sources, as well as, cannabis strains.
What are the attributes of Myrcene?
Myrcene is one of the more common terpenes that exist in our world. It can be sourced from the items on the list below and many more derivatives:
- Bay Tree
- Wild Thyme
Most people will find that Myrcene emits a unique peppery, spicy aroma with hints of balsam. This attributes to its unique flavor profile, which can be combined with other isolates or found in strains. Myrcene typically tastes fruity, musty, and herby with hints of geranium and balsamic. It is commonly used in beverages or as addition to a meal. We’ve heard from our clients that they use them in their energy drinks, morning tea, or coffee, in some cases. No matter how you use Myrcene, we’re confident you will enjoy the flavor, aroma, and added enhancement to your food, beverages, and more.
What are the health benefits of Myrcene?
Myrcene has been tested in various studies. It’s been shown to be uplifting and helpful for the end of the day depending on the situation and the application.
Yes, Myrcene is found in a high number of cannabis strains. We won’t deny that. We’ll even share a list of popular strains that tout Myrcene as one of the top three terpenes that affects flavor and aroma. Nonetheless, True Terpenes sources their terpenes from non-cannabis resources from around the world, steam-distilling the terpenes into their potent isolate forms.
Cannabis strains with relatively high myrcene content:
- El Nino
- NL5 Haze Mist
- Jack Herer
- Big Bang
- The Church
- Himalayan Gold
What are some Myrcene synonyms?
If you’re searching online, you may have come across Myrcene called quite a few different names. Depending on the audience and the industry, you will find the terpene called a number of names.
- 123-35-3 [RN]
- 7-Methyl-3-methylene-1,6-octadiene [ACD/IUPAC Name]
- 1,6-Octadiene, 7-methyl-3-methylene- [ACD/Index Name]
Why choose True Terpenes?
When it comes to natural, organic, food-grade terpenes, our products are all certified. We only offer the best terpenes to our customers and distributors. Whether you’re looking for an isolate to enjoy or you’re a regional distributor wanting to grow your market share in the terpene industry, we can help! We offer terpene isolates and strains, as well as, wholesale bulk purchasing packages.