all about Myrcene
Oftentimes used as a flavoring additive, myrcene is commonly found in food and drinks. However, soaps and lotions sometimes utilize this potent terpene as well!
This terpene can give certain cannabis strains a mildly sweet flavor profile as well as notes that are spicy, earthy and musky. Myrcene is generally found in indica strains as high concentrations are likely to induce sedative qualities.
- Myrcene is prevalent in many fruits and veggies especially mangos
- Myrcene may increase the body’s ability to uptake THC
- Inflammatory Response
- Sleep & Relaxation
What Should I Ask For?
Ask your budtender for strains that contain this terpene and smell skunky, gassy and/or fruity.