Terpene Tuesday, What is Mycrene?
Happy Terpene Tuesday!
Myrcene is one of the most common terpenes in cannabis – found in almost every cultivar! If you consumed hemp today, you probably consumed Myrcene. Over 20% of the terpene profile in most strains will be Myrcene; whether it is Indica or Sativa beyond cannabis, Myrcene is commonly found in hops.
It is responsible for the peppery, spicy, balsam fragrance in beer. Commonly found in lemongrass, used in traditional folk medicine for centuries. Myrcene is known for its sedating, relaxing effects. The couch-lock development is frequently associated with Indicas linked to its Myrcene content.
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These prolific strains tend to produce high levels of Myrcene:
- OG Kush
- Blue Dream
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