Terpene Glossary

Chemical Properties

Flash Point: 235°F/112.8°C
Boiling Point: 307.4°F/153°C
Color: Pale yellow
Odor: Sweet and light floral
Cas#: 515 - 69 - 5
Molecular Formula: C15H26O

Therapeutic Benefits

Anti-inflammatory: Reduces skin inflammation
Anti-microbial: Reduces bacteria

About Bisabolol

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Bisabolol molecule

Bisabolol, also known as levomenol, is a monocyclic sesquiterpenoid alcohol. It is found in numerous varieties of cannabis, chamomile, and the South African candela tree. Bisabolol is recognizable for its sweet and light floral aroma.

Bisabolol has been used in the production of cosmetics, perfumery, and skincare products for hundreds of years. This is likely both due to its calming properties and subtle, pleasing aroma.

Bisabolol has been researched for its anti-inflammatory,1 anti-microbial,2 and analgesic properties.3 Bisabolol also has been studied for its ability to inhibit the growth of cancer cells.4 This research5 shows great promise for the treatment of multiple forms of cancer, along with the pain associated with current leading treatments, like chemotherapy.6 

Cannabis strains that contain bisabolol include AC/DC, Pink Kush, OG Shark, Oracle, Headband, and Harle-Tsu.

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