Cannabis Humulene Terpenes: What Does It Do?
Cannabis Terpenes are being researched everyday in Australia and the Humulene stands out as one of the most important components in the marijuana plant.
The Humulene terpene is commonly found in cannabis Sativa strains, opium (hops), Vietnamese coriander.
Humulene is belonged to the Sesquiterpene class and is also known as humulene and caryophyllene, which is an isomer of caryophyllene.
Humulene is the main reason why beer gets its exclusive hoppy smell.
Humulene acts as one of the powerful anti-microbial, anti-provocative, and as an appetite suppressant (anorectic).
In most of the anti-inflammation remedies, humulene is often mixed with ß-caryophyllene. Chinese medicinal culture uses humulene abundantly in their local Chinese treatments. This also facilitates reducing the weight as it is an anorectic agent.
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