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Terpenes Affect Your Mood

Think of the essential oil market, why do people use essential oils? Because they affect their mood and feelings. Certain scents trigger certain feelings in our bodies. 

For example, peppermint is awakening and uplifting, while linalool is calming and soothing. 

 

Terpenes Have Therapeutic Effects

Terpenes may be:

  • anti-inflammatory
  • antibacterial
  • anti-depressant
  • and sedating effects, among many others.

Centuries ago, our ancestors refined plants with particularly interesting aromas into what we now call ‘essential oils’. This concentrated oil amplifies the plant’s original potency for therapeutic and medicinal use.

As you can see in the graphic, terpenes are the most concentrated form of essential oil that has gone through molecular distillation.

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Terpenes Affect Your Mood

Think of the essential oil market, why do people use essential oils? Because they affect their mood and feelings. Certain scents trigger certain feelings in our bodies. 

For example, peppermint is awakening and uplifting, while linalool is calming and soothing. 

 

Terpenes Have Therapeutic Effects

Terpenes may be:

  • anti-inflammatory
  • antibacterial
  • anti-depressant
  • and sedating effects, among many others.

Centuries ago, our ancestors refined plants with particularly interesting aromas into what we now call ‘essential oils’. This concentrated oil amplifies the plant’s original potency for therapeutic and medicinal use.

As you can see in the graphic, terpenes are the most concentrated form of essential oil that has gone through molecular distillation.

Try Our Terpenes and Improve Your Products' Flavors and Effects

  •  Create Consistent Flavors 
  •  Enhance Effects
  •  A Taste That Makes Them Want More

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