Terpenes are the molecules in cannabis that give it its characteristic odors and tastes. They’re not only found in cannabis; myrcene, for example, is found in thyme and hops, limonene in citrus fruits, and linalool in mint and cinnamon.


But terpenes do more than just make cannabis tasty (or skunky) – they have biological effects in their own right, and we’re starting to learn that terpenes can produce considerable changes in the way cannabinoids work on us. The more we learn, the more we realize how critical terpenes are to your customers’ and patients’ experience of your products.


We use our state of the art Agilent 7890 GC/MS to give you accurate analysis of over 20 terpenes, with more being added as we learn more about cannabis. Armed with this information, you can better inform clients and customers of the effects of your products.


If you are looking to expand your research or marketing to include terpenes,

contact us today for more information.



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