Terpene Glossary

Chemical Properties

Flash Point: 98.6°F/37°C
Boiling Point: 327.2°F/164°C
Color: Colorless
Odor: Woody, spicy, peppery
Cas#: 3387 – 41 – 5
Molecular Formula: C10H16

Therapeutic Benefits

Anti-inflammatory: Reduces inflammation
Anti-fungal: Inhibits the growth of fungus
Antimicrobial: destroying or inhibiting the growth of microorganisms
Antioxidant: Prevents oxidation damage to other molecules in the body
Antibacterial: Slows bacterial growth

About Sabinene

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Sabinene molecule

Sabinene is a natural bicyclic monoterpene and is isolated from the essential oils of various plants. It gives off pleasant aromas ranging from citrusy and spicy to piny and woody.

Sabinene is is a major constituent of carrot seed oil and one of the compounds that contribute to the spiciness of black pepper. Sabinene can be isolated from the essential oils of many plants including the Holm oak, Norway spruce, and tea tree. Sabinene is also found in a variety of spices, such as nutmeg, basil, marjoram, cloves, and cardamom. As a monoterpene, it is used in aromatherapy but equally used as flavorings in food or fragrance manufacturing.

Sabinene has been studied for its implications in soothing problematic skin conditions, relieving arthritis pain, and aiding digestion.1 Sabinene has been shown to possess anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antimicrobial,2 antioxidant,3 and antibacterial4 properties. 

Sabinene’s presence is typically low in cannabis strains, however, most strains that have peppery, piney or mint aromas often hold small concentrations of this terpene.

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