Minor Terpene with Rich Smells
Linalool is considered a minor terpene in cannabis plants. It produces rich smells of flowers, spice, and wood and tastes like sweet citrus. It is often a component of calming indica strains.
Found in Plants & Spices
In nature, Linalool is found in over more than 100 plants and 63 spices, including coriander, lavender, mint, cinnamon, citrus trees, and birch. The aroma produced by Linalool is often described as relaxing and is frequently associated with natural sleep therapy products.
Highly Used in Cleaning & Hygiene Products
It is also estimated to be a component of up to 80% of scented cleaning and hygiene products, including soaps, shampoos, detergents, and lotions. In addition, Linalool is a common ingredient in insecticides that target fleas, flies, and cockroaches. It is frequently added to food and beverages (where it is sometimes called Coriandrol).
Studies on Linalool
Unlike many terpenes, there have been significant studies into Linalool, thanks to its presence in so many consumer products.
Linalool is classified as monoterpene and an alcohol. Because it is a minor terpene, Linalool is somewhat rare in cannabis plants. When it is present, it tends to occur in smaller quantities. However, its extreme potency often makes its presence known.
Users who enjoy the fragrance of Linalool can find it abundantly in strains like Do-Si-Dos, Scooby Snacks, and members of the Zkittlez family.
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