Terpenes

Cannabis Terpene Testing

Terpenes are naturally-occurring compounds that give cannabis its distinctive flavors and aromas. Every strain contains a different combination of terpenes and terpenoids. They can impact not only the flavor and aroma of your products, but also the overall effects of the cannabis, CBD, or hemp. They interact synergistically with cannabinoids and are a part of the overall effect of full-spectrum cannabis, CBD, and hemp products.

Different terpenes may have slight citrus, pine, peppery, herbal, or floral aromas. These natural plant compounds can provide protection against free radicals, contain anti-inflammatory and antifungal properties, while also producing various aromas. Some terpenes have well-studied medicinal effects and have been used in the pharmaceutical industry for years. When you know your terpene profiles, you can market each product more effectively, develop new and improved products, and pass the information on to your customers to build their trust.

At Origo Labs, we use Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (GCMS) to deliver accurate, repeatable, and detailed results within 72-hours. Our full-spectral terpene analysis identifies the characterization of terpenes and their synergistic effect with cannabinoids to meet your product profiling needs

Our Lab Tests Cannabis, CBD & Hemp for 42 Terpenes

Analysis included in terpene profile include the following:

Primary Terpenes

LinaloolFound in lavender, this antibacterial, antifungal terpene has also been shown to reduce stress and anxiety.

MyrceneThis floral, earthy-scented terpene can be either energizing or sedating depending on its concentration.

LimoneneThis spicy, citrusy terpene can help your body absorb other terpenes and chemicals.

TerpineolTerpineol has a lilac-like aroma and may help regulate the immune system and improve brain function.

a-PineneAs its name suggests, this terpene has a strong piney aroma. It can help reduce inflammation.

BorneolThis spicy, minty terpene, also found in cinnamon, has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.

EucalyptolThe main terpene found in eucalyptus, it brings a pleasant minty flavor and aroma.

HumuleneThis anti-inflammatory, appetite-suppressing terpene has an herbal, woody aroma.

CaryophylleneThis terpene has an unusual ability to act on the endocannabinoid system and has a peppery citrus aroma.

BisabololAlso found in lavender, rosemary, and chamomile, this terpene has strong antioxidant properties.

LinaloolFound in lavender, this antibacterial, antifungal terpene has also been shown to reduce stress and anxiety.

MyrceneThis floral, earthy-scented terpene can be either energizing or sedating depending on its concentration.

LimoneneThis spicy, citrusy terpene can help your body absorb other terpenes and chemicals.

TerpineolTerpineol has a lilac-like aroma and may help regulate the immune system and improve brain function.

a-PineneAs its name suggests, this terpene has a strong piney aroma. It can help reduce inflammation.

BorneolThis spicy, minty terpene, also found in cinnamon, has anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.

EucalyptolThe main terpene found in eucalyptus, it brings a pleasant minty flavor and aroma.

HumuleneThis anti-inflammatory, appetite-suppressing terpene has an herbal, woody aroma.

CaryophylleneThis terpene has an unusual ability to act on the endocannabinoid system and has a peppery citrus aroma.

BisabololAlso found in lavender, rosemary, and chamomile, this terpene has strong antioxidant properties.

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