- Aroma: Cloves, pepper, spicy, woody.
- Effects: Antioxidant; treats anxiety, depression, pain and ulcers.
- Vaporizing Temperature: 130°C (266°F)
- Also Found In: Cinnamon, cloves, black pepper
Caryophyllene is one of the more interesting terpenes because it affects our endocannabinoid system binding to CB2 receptors. This behavior cause Caryophyllene to have a large amount of potential medicinal benefits; it is commonly used in topical creams as an anti-inflammatory agent and it has shown promise in alcohol addiction rehabilitation. Caryophyllene has a thick, savory, and spicy smell, comparable to black pepper or concentrated clove. The flavor is potent, and spicy giving a full body punch.
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