Much like different essential oils activate responses in the brain, so do terpene aromatic oils enhance the effects of CBD in the body. The most common terpenes found in cannabis and some of their benefits are:
Much like the Pine scent, this terpene triggers a familiar conifer scent. It is an anti-inflammatory and helps brain functions.
This is a monoterpene that not surprisingly, gives off a lemon based fragrance from the aromatic oils. Limonene has many uses including an anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, nausea relief, and may support pain relief and anxiety relief.
One of the most common terpenes in hemp, it has a fragrant note that is found in thyme, hops, lemongrass, and mango. It is often a supportive role in the development of commercial fragrances. Myrcene supports pain relief, relaxation, an anti-inflammatory, and supports brain functions.
If you can pronounce this one, it might be your alignment with clove oils which is similar in aroma. It also contributes to the aroma of black pepper. B-Caryophyllene has been used to support stress relief, brain functions, and both pain relief and anti-inflammation.
This terpene is notable for being found in the hop plant. It reacts quickly as an aerosol and can often be found in many of the same plants as B-Carophyllene. Humulene is recommended for brain functions and anti-inflammation.