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Terpenes are the Aromatics all around us in the plant world that give any plant a characteristic smell.  Pine trees smell like pine, Rosemary smells like Rosemary – all because of terpenes.  Some of these special Aromatics affect our senses in delicate ways, for example the smell of Citrus has been proven to have an anti-depressive effect on the brain, while pinene has been shown to be an effective bronchodilator and short-term memory enhancer.  Myrcene, derived from Mango, is also the most prevalent terpene and accounts for its relaxing properties.  Still others kill bacteria, enhance absorption of medicines through the skin, alleviate pain or just plain smell good.  Mix and match to create your own unique fragrance, or try our fusions!

Terpenes are aromatic compounds that are found in thousands of plant and citrus species, and are responsible for the various flavors and fragrances. Terpenes are a large and diverse class of organic compounds, produced by a variety of plants, particularly conifers. Some insects such as termites or swallowtail butterfly excrete Terpenes from their osmeteria. They are often strong smelling and thus may have had a protective function. They are the major components of citrus rinds, pine resin, and of turpentine produced from resin. The name “Terpenes” is derived from the word “turpentine”. In addition to their roles as end products in many organisms, Terpenes are major biosynthetic building blocks within nearly every living creature.

Terpenes and Terpenoids are the primary constituents of the essential oils of many types of plants and flowers. Essential oils are used widely as natural flavor additives for food, as fragrances in perfumery, and in traditional & alternative medicines such as aromatherapy. The number of isoprene units, in a molecule, may classify Terpenes. A prefix in the name indicates the number of Terpene units needed to assemble the molecule. Monoterpenes consist of two isoprene units and are derived from the molecular formula C10H16. Examples of Monoterpenes are: d-Limonene, Geraniol, limonene and Terpineol

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