6 herbal smoking blends with terpenes from loved herbs strains:
Mango Kush: Mango Kush has a mango flavor.
With a distinctive Kush flavor, the blend leaves you in a relaxed giggly mood.
It has a humulene terpene. Humulene gives out a woodsy, soft, and earthy aroma. Pinene is also one of the terpenes you find in mango kush.
Pineapple Express: Pineapple express is known for mood-boosting and highly energizing experience.
Limonene, caryophyllene, and pinene are the terpenes that are present in pineapple express.
This strain triggers improvement in focus and energy.
Due to the myrcene terpene present in the herbal strain, it causes a relaxing effect which counter-balances the effect of other terpenes.
OG Kush: The aroma of citrus, lemony flavor, earthiness, and tinge of diesel aroma is one of the reasons why OG kush is so popular.
OG Kush has caryophyllene, limonene, and myrcene terpenes.
Containing a moderate amount of linalool, pinene, and humulene leaves you relaxed.
Mango Kush, Pineapple Express and OG Kush
Jack Herer: Jack Herer is a mixture of herbs that gives a perfect pairing with cerebral elevation and a full body relaxing effect.
It is also used as an antidote for insomnia because of its relaxing properties.
It contains Terpinolene, beta-Caryophyllene, Ocimene, alpha-Bisabolol, Myrcene, beta-Pinene, Limonene giving it a pine-like aroma and has an unmistakable spicy scent.
Bubba Kush: Bubba kush is known for its effects specifically elevated happiness, muscle relaxation, and sleepiness.
It contains myrcene, limonene, bisabolol caryophyllene giving it a sweet flavor and one-of-a-kind chocolate profile.
Tangie: Tangie has a strong citrus aroma and energizing yet mellow effect.
The presence of myrcene, terpinolene, and humulene results in a fruity smell, creative, uplifting, and focussed mood effects.
Why you should Smoke Terpenes with Herbal Tobacco?
Smoking herbs with terpenes have zero nicotine in their profile, leading to no addiction.
These herbal mixtures give you an elevated smoking experience.
How Do Terpenes Affect the Body?
Herbs and terpenes together cause an entourage effect which means that they have a better performance when taken together.