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Nov 22, 2022

Ground-Breaking New Research on Terpenes (5 Minute Read)

A ground-breaking cannabis study was published this year to better understand the current chemical diversity in cannabis! Researchers tested almost 90,000 cannabis flower samples destined for sale across six legalized U.S. states to discover their cannabinoid and terpene content. No study has ever conducted cannabis testing of this scale, making this research the most significant cannabis analysis ever done!

Nov 1, 2022

Your Comprehensive Guide to Aromatic Training (5 Minute Read)

Learn the Art of the Cannabis Sommelier Whether you're an enthusiastic budtender, home grower, or cannabis lover, communicating the delight that is cannabis aroma is part of today's cannabis conversations. Smell has become an exciting topic in the cannabis world because it is how we can distinguish different types of cannabis flowers. Many educational programs are available to Cannasseurs interested in navigating the complexities of cannabis aromas beyond the unmistakable "cannabis smell." However, there are ways you can efficiently train your nose and advance your sommelier skills on your own.

Aug 25, 2022

Your Terpene Questions Answered (5 Minute Read)

If you are reading this article, you might be wondering what all the fuss is about when it comes to terpenes. After a...

Aug 4, 2022

What Is That Smell? Everything We Know about Terpenes and Beyond (10 Minute Read)

In this blog we will explore everything to do with the scent of cannabis. As we have discussed previous blogs, Terpenes are a distinct and influential class of organic compounds produced by a variety of plants. They are often fragrant and act as essential oils in plants, including cannabis.  Additionally, Terpenes play a crucial role in the "entourage effect" of cannabis, which is the theory that the cannabinoids, terpenes, and other molecules (which we will discuss in this blog) produced by the trichomes of cannabis work together to produce unique effects and benefits. Major Components of Scent in Cannabis Terpenes – There are over 200 different terpenes identified in the cannabis plant. Each one has a unique smell and is the major contributor to the aroma of cannabis. Esters - Esters are formed when alcohol combines with a carboxylic acid. They are found in many fruits and fragrances and are often used to create fruity aromas. Flavonoids - Flavonoids are a class of plant pigments responsible for the colour and flavour of many fruits and vegetables. They are also found in cannabis and are believed to contribute to the taste and smell of the plant. Synergistically, they may also enhance the effects of terpenes and cannabinoids. Aldehydes - Aldehydes are compounds that smell sweet and are often used in perfumes and flavourings. They are also found in cannabis and are believed to contribute to the taste and scent of the plant.

Jul 19, 2022

Trends in Cannabis Edibles, Flavourings and Infusion + Recipes (10 Minute Read)

According to the Brightfield Research Report from February of 2022, the cannabis edibles market is anticipated to re...

Jun 22, 2022

How to Mix Terpenes with Extracts and Concentrates (10 Minute Read)

Terpenes are becoming more popular as people learn about their unique scents, effects, and flavours. Combined with cannabis extracts and concentrates, terpenes can boost and help you customize your cannabis experience. But how do you implement terpenes into your cannabis extracts and concentrates?   In this article, we'll cover how terpenes can elevate your cannabis experience, how to find the right terpene products, and how to mix terpenes with extracts and concentrates.

May 25, 2022

How to Relieve Pain with Terpenes (5 Minute Read)

If you’re looking for a natural alternative for pain relief, consider using terpenes. Terpenes are the aromatic molecules that give cannabis and other plants their distinctive smells. However, they have far more to offer than simply their scent. Terpenes also have potential analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects that can help to relieve pain. Every year 10% of the world’s population suffers from chronic pain. Depending on the person, symptoms of pain can fluctuate from mild and irritating to debilitating and life-threatening. In this article, we will discuss how to use terpenes for pain relief and some of the most popular terpenes for this purpose.

May 6, 2022

4 Ways to Boost Your Terpenes and Tips on How to Preserve them (5 Minute Read)

How to Boost Your Terpenes When growing cannabis, the terpene profile is just as crucial as the cannabinoid percentag...

Apr 21, 2022

Intro to Terpenes and How Can They Benefit Me? (10 Minutes)

Terpenes 101  Terpenes can be found throughout nature but tend to be most commonly associated with the cannabis plant...

Apr 10, 2022

Top Trends in Terpenes in 2022

Top Trends in Terpenes in 2022 It’s 2022, and the cannabis industry is booming. Terpenes have become a hot topic in recent years, as researchers have begun to understand how these compounds affect the body.   Each terpene has its own unique set of properties, which can vary depending on the strain of cannabis it is found in. As the industry continues to grow, licensed producers are focusing more on preserving terpenes and listing total terpene content on their products.

Mar 23, 2022

Are Mainstream Wellness Consumers Ready for Terpenes?

Are Mainstream Wellness Consumers Ready for Terpenes? As cannabis products become more popular, people are starting to wonder what terpenes are and if they are useful. Like CBD and other cannabinoids, terpenes each have their own unique set of properties. Terpenes give weed its taste and smell and are also responsible for many of the therapeutic effects of cannabis. Although terpenes are not high-inducing, they are still a significant part of the cannabis experience, both recreationally and medically.  In this blog post, we will cover common weed terpenes and why they are so important. We will also explore whether mainstream wellness consumers are ready for them and how to buy terpenes in Canada.

Jun 18, 2021

Custom Ultra-premium Terpene Blends: Immerse

Our custom Immerse blend is precisely formulated to include terpene isolates that can offer similar benefits and are complimentary in scent and taste. This terpene blend is piney, fruity, and earthy with subtle notes of juicy mango, hops, lemongrass, and mint. This blend of terpenes helps to boost mood and energy, creating an uplifting, euphoric feeling. It can help to increase focus and memory retention, while promoting alertness. Some have also experienced relief from stress and anxiety.
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