Primary Terpene


Boiling Point Boiling point 311°F

About Pinene

Pinene is the most abundant terpene in all plants. It can be found in pine and conifer trees, sage, rosemary, dill, basil, and parsley. Colorless and with a smell of turpentine, pinene is secreted by the plant as a form of protection from predators, however, it’s use confers various health benefits for humans.

Pinene’s Effects & Medical Benefits

Pinene enhances focus and promotes alertness, exhibits powerful anti-inflammatory effects, and acts as a bronchodilator improving airflow to the lungs. It also counters short-term memory loss associated with THC.