Nerol Terpenes

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Terpenes contribute to the pharmacology, efficacy, aroma, and flavour of cannabis, thus improving the experience for medical and recreational users.

Nerol terpenes

Our isolated Cannabis Terpenes are completely raw and undiluted, they can be used individually in your product to harness each terpene’s unique effect or combined in different terpenes.

In nature terpenes do not occur in isolation. Individual plants produce a variety of types of these molecules that come together to form what is called a terpene profile. Research has revealed that terpenes possess significant wellness properties.

Terpenes/terpenoids have a wide range of biological and pharmacological activities, for instance, antifungal, antiviral, anticancer, anti-inflammatory, antihyperglycemic, antiparasitic, antioxidant, and antimicrobial.

Nerol (also called Cis-Geraniol, Neryl alcohol) is a monoterpene.

Nerol terpene has a distinct floral and woody scent, along with calming properties that make nerolidol-abundant strains a popular choice for promoting restful sleep.

Nerol scent is comparable to fresh bark with hints of melon, citrus, and lemongrass. Due to its distinct and pleasant scent profile, it is often used in perfume, cleansers, detergents, soaps, lotions, and skincare.

Research suggests that the terpene nerolidol has a whole host of healing benefits. A study in 2016 revealed that nerolidol has potential anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory properties that provide a neuroprotective effect that could potentially support the treatment of Parkinson’s Disease.

Natural Nerol is a byproduct of neroli oil, hence the name. It is found in the essential oil of many plants, including hops, lemongrass, and cannabis. Its scent is that of a very fresh and sweet rose, and is therefore used in many perfumes and fragrances.

It is antibacterial, and can help treat small cuts and wounds. It helps to promote proper functioning of the cardiovascular system, regulate normal blood pressure, and support a healthy immune system and metabolism.

Antibacterial and antifungal activity

According to studies, this terpene possesses antibacterial properties that make it an excellent addition to topical products that kill bacteria. A 2016 study investigated the antimicrobial effects of this terpene against food-borne bacteria and revealed that it was effective.

Regarding its antifungal effects, one 2010 study looked at lemongrass essential oil, rich in nerol and other terpenes like limonene and geranial. The authors of the study revealed that lemongrass essential oil is a potent inhibitor of C. albicans growth — a pathogenic yeast found in the human gut flora.

Anti-inflammatory effects

Like most terpenes, it acts as a potent anti-inflammatory agent. One 2014 in vitro study examined the anti-inflammatory activity of 20 different essential oils — including lemongrass essential oil that contains a good amount of nerol terpene. The study revealed that this essential oil effectively reduced inflammation and allergic responses to certain allergies.

Another study revealed that nerol possesses anti-inflammatory and pain-blocking properties. Researchers looked at the effects of this terpene in ulcerative colitis and discovered evidence for a beneficial effect of nerol on colitis — suggesting its therapeutic potential for this inflammatory disease.

Full details: Nerol MSDS (PDF)

View: Cannabinoid and Terpenes Guide

Package contains: 2ml Glass Vial of Terpenes


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2ml, 10ml