What Are The Benefits Of Terpinolene?

It can be tough to find the best terpenes online. You don’t really know how the terpenes are sourced, who’s sourcing them, and the quality of the product. At True Terpenes, we answer all those questions. Our terpene products are certified natural, organic, food-grade, and non-GMO. We only source our terpenes from non-cannabis resources from around the world. We steam-distill our sources to maintain a high potency content with every terpene product. No longer do you need to worry whether or not the terpene you’re consuming is the best product for you. When you choose True Terpenes, you get the best.

In this post, we’ll share the benefits, attributes, and uses of Terpinolene. If you’re ready to shop terpenes for sale online now, find Terpinolene now! Otherwise, continue reading to learn more.

What is Terpinolene?

Terpinolene is a monoterpene commonly found in trees; it’s primarily sourced from turpentine. A secondary name that you’ll find Terpinolene under is Delta Terpinolene. Depending on the nomenclature, the terpene is known by a variety of names. It offers a unique aroma and flavor profile found in very few other commonly known terpenes. Due to our steam-distillation process, the potency of the terpene is kept high, which means, in most cases, you can take less than the suggested dose and enjoy the effects.

What are the attributes of Terpinolene?

As mentioned above, Terpinolene is found primarily in trees, which means the sources are nearly self explanatory:

  • Apple
  • Cumin
  • Lilac
  • Fir
  • Pine
  • Tea Tree

The aroma of Terpinolene emits a unique piney, woody, lemony scent with hints of fresh citrus. Depending on your olfactory, you may smell more citrus than pine or wood. Nonetheless, the sweet scent will surely entice you.

The flavor profile closely follows the aroma of the terpene, offering a woody, herbal taste with hints of pine and lemon. Due to this unique flavor profile, many terpene consumers prefer to add their terpinolene isolate to their morning omelettes or afternoon teas.

Which cannabis strains are high in Terpinolene?

Terpinolene is found in a number of cannabis strains, which we list below. However, True Terpenes offers non-cannabis terpene products, whether isolates or as a part of a strain profile. The one cannabis strain we’ve found high in Terpinolene is Arjan’s Haze #3.

What are other names Terpinolene is known by?

Terpinolene is relatively popular when it comes to scientific and medical studies, which results in it having quite a few names due to the nomenclature of each study or use. The list of Terpinolene synonyms is below:

  • δ-Terpinene
  • 586-62-9 [RN]
  • (±)-α-Terpinyl acetate
  • p-Meth-1-en-8-yl-formate
  • 4-Isopropylidéne-1-méthylcyclohexène
  • 1-Methyl-4-(2-propanyliden)cyclohexen
  • 4-Isopropylidene-1-methyl-cyclohexene
  • 1-Methyl-4-(propan-2-yliden)cyclohexen
  • 1-methyl-4-(propan-2-ylidene)cyclohexene
  • 4-Isopropylidene-1-methylcyclohexene [ACD/IUPAC Name]
  • Cyclohexene, 1-methyl-4-(1-methylethylidene)- [ACD/Index Name]

Why choose Terpinolene from True Terpenes?

When you choose True Terpenes for your terpene products, whether an isolate, strain profile, or wholesale package for distribution, you are purchasing certified natural, organic, non-GMO, food-grade terpenes. Our mission is to source the highest-quality, non-cannabis resources and extract terpenes for our customers. We maintain the highest potency possible to offer the best effect available. Whether you want Terpinolene to try as an alternative medicine based on the studies available or for recreational use, we offer terpenes for sale online. Shop now!

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