Terpenes are the aromatic oils that give each cannabis strain its individual fragrance and taste. These molecular compounds have also been known to carry an array of medicinal benefits. When combined with other cannabinoids and terpenes, the synergistic healing nature of cannabis truly takes effect but each terpene has unique characteristics of their own.
Delta 3 carene is a cannabis terpene carrying a sweet and earthy aroma with piney undertones. Also found in rosemary, basil, bell pepper, cedar, and turpentine, delta 3 carene is used in cosmetics, perfumes and is widely considered a natural antihistamine.
Delta 3 carene may be responsible for the dry mouth and redness in the eyes commonly associated with cannabis use. Often boasting a subtle lemon flavor, delta 3 carene may be an effective contributor towards combating fibromyalgia, arthritis, and osteoporosis, in addition to possibly promoting memory retention and mental sharpness.
A study published in April 1989 demonstrated delta 3 carene may hold promise battling acute inflammation. Delta 3 carene showed potential as a key constituent in a 2006 study that examined its effects combined with pinene as a possible anti-fungal agent. An August 2007 study determined delta 3 carene may show properties that promote bone health.
Delta 3 carene holds an important role in the overall medicinal potential of cannabis and make this terpene well worth seeking out during strain selection. Feel free to ask any of our knowledgeable patient consultants to assist with any questions you may have.
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