Heard of terpenes, but not really sure what they are? Never heard of terpenes? Either way, you’re in the right place. Read on to learn more about the five most-common cannabis terpenes.

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Myrcene

Found in most cannabis strains, this prolific terpene is also found in mango, lemongrass and thyme. Like what you smell? Continue on to learn more about myrcene.

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Linalool

This hard-working terpene is found in over 200 plants, and can be found both in cannabis and Earl Grey tea, giving both a floral, spicy scent. Like what you smell? Read on to learn more about linalool.

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Beta-Caryophyllene

This terpene deserves double credit, as it’s also a cannabinoid, one of very few found both in cannabis and in other plants like pepper, cloves and balsam. Like what you smell? Continue on to learn more about beta-caryophyllene.

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Limonene

True to its name, this terpene gives more than cannabis a lemony-lime aroma. It’s also used commercially to give fruit drinks and perfumes its trademark scent. Like what you smell? Read on to learn more about limonene.

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Pinene

The most common terpene in nature, this well-named terpene gives cannabis a strong pine scent. Like what you smell? Continue on to learn more about pinene.

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