all about Linalool
Lavender flowers have been used for centuries to help busy minds recharge. It gets its unique aroma from linalool which is the ideal terpene if you’re looking for rest and relaxation.
Many strains boast a complex floral aroma, so ask your budtender to connect you with strains that smell of flowers and induce a sense of calm and relaxation. You may only catch hints of lavender, but the linalool will work with other floral terps and may be just what you need to enjoy a restful night at home.
- Linalool is a common additive to about 80% of scented personal care products
- Essential oils high in linalool are often used in aroma therapy for relaxation and stress relief
- Linalool may enhance the effects of sedatives and other relaxing substances
- Feeling of calm
- Sleep & Relaxation
- Pain & Inflammation
Look for a lab report with the percentage of linalool as one of the top three terpenes.
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- (-)-Linalool produces antinociception in two experimental models of pain – PubMed (nih.gov)
- Antidepressant activity of Litsea glaucescens essential oil: Identification of β-pinene and linalool as active principles – ScienceDirect
- Stress Repression in Restrained Rats by (R)-(−)-Linalool Inhalation and Gene Expression Profiling of Their Whole Blood Cells | Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (acs.org)