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Smoking Terpenes - Introduction to the world of terpenes

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Smoking terpenes is incredibly popular because it revolutionized the smoking experience due to their unique effects.

Although terpenes are present in nearly all existing plants, it’s only recently been discovered that you can safely consume them.

Read along to understand what terpenes are, how they work within the body, and why smoking terpenes is the best way to experience their effects.


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What are Terpenes?

Terpenes are organic compounds that are found throughout the entire plant kingdom.

Terpenes are produced by plants to act as defenders or attractors.

In one case, a plant can produce terpenes to protect itself from harmful predators.

In another case, terpenes can lure beneficial organisms to a plant’s flowers - such as bees.

Researchers have found thousands of distinct terpene compounds.

In many cases, plants contain a wide variety of terpenes to create complex aromas.

However, humans have now begun to pay closer attention to their aromatic properties.

What Do Terpenes Do?

From a human perspective, terpenes have been found to provide unique physical and mental effects.

Not only does smoking terpenes provide incredible flavors for the palate, but they also enhance the aroma of a given herb.

For example, the dominant terpene in lavender is linalool.

Linalool is known to give lavender its unique aroma that many find comforting.

Furthermore, linalool is researched to contain anti-anxiety properties that help users relax.

This is why smoking terpenes, such as linalool, can help reduce anxiety-based symptoms. 

Here’s a list of effects when smoking terpenes:

- Reduce stress
- Increase focus
- Decrease depression
- Relieve insomnia
- Stimulate mood
- Increase blood flow
- Increase energy

And much more

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You can find terpenes anywhere: when you look around at nature, the smell of a pine tree and the taste of honey are both affected by terpenes


Smoking Terpenes in Herbal Blends

When it comes to increasing the flavor and aroma of herbal cigarettes or cannabis, terpene enriched herbal blends are the solution.

When rolling your own cigarette, you can swap harmful tobacco for terpene enriched herbal blend.

These blends contain natural herbs, along with natural terpenes.

The same can be done when you smoke cannabis.

By adding terpene enriched herbal blends to cannabis, you can increase the overall effects because terpenes help direct cannabinoids to your endocannabinoid receptors.

Therefore, the benefits of terpene enriched herbal blends are that you’ll have a more effective experience while smoking cannabis.

If you don’t smoke cannabis, then a herbal cigarette that’s filled with terpene enriched smoking herbal blends will provide unforgettable flavors and effects.

Cannabis Industry and Smoking Terpenes

Recently, terpenes have been  rediscovered in the cannabis industry.

Cannabis plants contain a wide variety of terpenes, which are known to provide different aromas, flavors and effects.

Before, the effects of a cannabis flower were only attributed to cannabinoids, such as THC and CBD.

However, it’s now known that terpenes are the primary contributors to the effects felt when consuming cannabis.

However, it’s essential to understand that terpenes are not psychoactive, which means they do not provide a “high” effect.

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Types of terpenes occuring in hemp oil and their effects on the body 


New and Improved Smoking Terpenes

Recently new and innovative technique allows extract companies to remove terpenes from herbs to create terpene isolate products.

These products allow users to smoke terpenes alone or add them directly to cannabis or herbal blends.

Now, users can enhance the overall flavor, aroma, and effects of their cannabis-based products or herbal smoking blends with the help of smokable terpenes.

However, the question remains - would you rather smoke isolated terpenes or consume them naturally in herbal products?

Smoking Terpenes Naturally

Real Leaf offers non-nicotine herbal tobacco products that consist of a variety of beneficial herbs, such as lavender, damiana, chamomile, and mint.

Each of these herbs allows users to smoke terpenes naturally because each contains a variety of terpenes. 

If you’re ready to experience the wonders that nature has to offer, smoking terpenes is the best way.