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How Terpenes can transform the skin

Terpenes are the aromatic oils that make the plant world smell and taste. These molecular compounds have also been known to carry an array of medicinal benefits. When combined with other cannabinoids and terpenes, there is synergistic healing, and each terpene has a unique character.

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) terpenes interact with the Endocannabinoid System (ECS), a vast network of receptors located throughout the body and brain. The ECS responds to both endocannabinoids produced by the body and to the nearly identical cannabinoids in cannabis.


What is Cannabidiol, or CBD?

Cannabidiol is a plant compound found in cannabis sativa. There are at least 113 unique compounds found in hemp known as cannabinoids, of which, CBD is the second most abundant. Cannabinoids can be either consumed (phytocannabinoids) or produced naturally by the body (endocannabinoid). They are chemical compounds that interact with the body’s central regulatory system (endocannabinoid system). This system is known to manage homeostasis (physiological balance) among bodily processes such as appetite, mood, memory, sleep, and immune system functions. CBD is a safe and effective option in regards to the relief of inflammation, pain, anxiety and other conditions.


Common terpenes in the hemp plant



the booster

We have Beta-Caryophyllene to thank for the spicy, peppery taste of black pepper and the woodsy smell of plants and oils like clove oil, copaifera oil, basil, hops, oregano, lavender, rosemary, and true cinnamon. Doctors say Beta-caryophyllene acts as a dietary cannabinoid because it binds to CB2 receptors to help provide therapeutic benefits for conditions like inflammation, pain, and osteoporosis.



the soother

Bisabolol is a cannabis terpene boasting a delicately sweet and floral aroma with hints of citrus and spice.The anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties of Bisabolol can potentially treat a variety of skin conditions. Bisabolol acts as an antioxidant.



the energizer

D-limonene is a sunny skin mood booster. Common in citrus fruits and said to relieve depression and anxiety, it’s also a potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent. This terpene can act as a “penetration enhancer” to help other terpenes absorb into the skin. Limonene provides a strong citrus aroma to lemons, oranges, grapefruits, limes, and other citrus fruits. Found in the rinds of citruses, it is the second most common terpene in nature and also the third most common terpene in cannabis.



the rosey

This terpene’s name may sound familiar because it’s derived from the geranium plant, the herb known for its citrus scent and insect-repelling properties. However, geraniol’s somewhat peculiar aroma brings in more subtle notes of rose and fruits, playing a softer role than the strong citrus smells of citronella oil that are found in geraniums. Geraniol can be found in: Rose oil, Lemongrass, Lemons, Peaches, Grapefruit, Oranges, Carrots, Coriander, Blueberries and Blackberries.



the hoppy one

Every beer lover knows the power of humulene, though they may never have heard of it. This common terpene is so abundant in the hops plant (Humulus lupulus) that it’s largely responsible for the flavor and aroma of all varieties of beer. Humulene is also found in many spices such as sage and ginger—and in cannabis, where it adds potent antibacterial and anti-inflammatory effects to cannabis products of all kinds.



the relaxer

Linalool is the most prominent terpene in lavender, and is very common in aromatherapy. It has a calming effect and a relaxing sensation to the body and mind. Linalool is used to promote a sense of serenity. It’s a terpene that is found in many fruits, flowers (including the rose), and spice plants like laurel, tangerine, spearmint, cypress, lemon and ylang-ylang.



the chill

Known to ease discomfort and relax muscles, this is the go-to terpene when you’re looking to chill. One of the key players in the entourage effect, Myrcene has been shown to lower the blood/brain barrier, giving itself and cannabinoids a fast pass to the bloodstream. Myrcene is found in hops, mango, eucalyptus. bay leaves, and lemongrass.



the sweet one

Ocimene is recognized by its sweet, fragrant, herbaceous, and woody aromas. It is often used in perfumes for its pleasant odor. Naturally, this terpene acts as a shield for plants and possesses anti-fungal properties. Ocimene can be found in a variety of plants as well as fruits. Ocimene emerges naturally from vegetative plants such as pepper, basil, mint, orchids, and of course hemp.



the thinker

Pinene is the most common terpene in the natural world. It is used for pain, inflammation and anxiety. It’s found in Pine Needles, Rosemary, Basil and Cannabis. Pinene is known to stimulate memory and alertness.



the avenger

Terpinolene has a woody kind of smoky note. Terpinolene acts as a sedative and also has antibacterial, anti-fungal, anti-insomnia, anti-proliferative, and antioxidant effects. It can be found in a variety of other fragrant plants such as tea tree, cumin, apples, conifers, and lilac. Terpinolene (specifically the isomer terpinen-4-ol) makes up over 40% of tea tree oil. It is responsible for its powerful antibacterial qualities and is the reason it is so helpful for banishing skin breakouts. Terpinolene is relaxing and restoring.


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Our 100% pure cannabis essential oil is derived from Hemp and is non-psychoactive.  Studies have shown that cannabis essential oil can help with Relaxation, Renewed Energy, Focus, and Headache relief. And scientists agree that our emotional state has the power to change our body’s chemistry and such changes directly effect the immune system. Aromatic oils not only have a positive effect on your spirit and psyche but they work in concert with the Limbic system. Essential oils use the powerful benefits of plant aromas—Terpenes are aromatic metabolites found in the oils of all plants. The active terpenes of cannabis essential oil are myrcene and beta-caryophyllene, which help to nurture relaxation when breathing in. Even in low concentrations, some of these terpenoids, such as citronellol and α-terpineol, are deeply calming upon inhalation, reach receptors in the olfactory bulb and send mood-altering messages via olfactory nerves directly to the limbic region and hippocampus.


A member of the Ginger family, Cardamom oil has a very long history of use in food, medicine and perfumery. Surprisingly, it is known as an aphrodisiac and is warm, fresh, and stimulating. According to Ayurveda, Cardamom “kindles the fires of digestion, stimulates the activity of the heart, and refreshes the mind.” Inhaled Cardamom oil has a lively array of oxides and ester molecules that have an affinity for the respiratory and digestive systems.


Used in aromatherapy applications, Cedarwood Essential Oil helps to deodorize indoor environments, improve cerebral activity, relax the body, enhance concentration, decrease hyperactivity, reduce harmful stress, ease tension, clear the mind, and encourage the onset of quality sleep.

Carrot Seed

Helps to support cell rejuvenation at the skin’s deepest level. It has a high carotol content which breathes a new life to dull skin cells. It’s very useful in preventing premature wrinkles and fine lines. This is because it is rich in caretenoids which are powerful antioxidants. Antioxidants fight off free radicals, that are the main cause of premature aging.

Clary Sage

With its strong anti-aging properties, clary sage oil can erase fine lines and prevent premature wrinkles. Clary sage oil has potent anti-inflammatory properties. This makes it good for managing inflammatory skin conditions like eczema, rosacea, psoriasis and more. It is great for balancing sebum production and helps naturally maintain optimum skin oil levels. Long considered “woman’s oil”, clary sage’s benefits lie in its calming influence on the body and mind, along with supporting emotional and feminine functions.

Black Pepper

Black Pepper essential oil is fresh, dry-woody, warm, spicy, somewhat sharp like that of freshly ground Black Pepper. The dry/woody spiciness is reminiscent not only of the dried black fruits but also of other essential oils with high terpene/sesquiterpene content. Inhaled the scent is stimulating and comforting and considered to be good for the 1st chakra.


Eucalyptus oil is an excellent pick-me-up when you’re feeling tired and exhausted. It’s potent aroma is great for stimulating both the mind and the body. Eucalyptus oil is a stimulant that helps remove exhaustion and mental sluggishness and rejuvenates people who are feeling under the weather or are sick. Since the essential oil is considered a vasodilator, it increases the blood flow by relaxing the blood vessels and allowing more blood to circulate. Known for its anti-viral and anti-bacterial healing properties, it is excellent for reducing inflammation of the mucous membranes, thinning mucous in the sinus cavities and opening up the airways to help you find relief from blocked sinuses.


Strengthens skin and improves tone. Frankincense is a natural astringent, making it an amazing anti-aging oil because it can protect and regenerate healthy skin cells. It’s also used for fighting acne, preventing wrinkles, reducing large pores and tightening the skin to reduce the signs of aging.


Ginger Oil is warming, cleansing, detoxifying, energizing, a brightener and improves circulation. It can enhance concentration and it can soothe and reduce feelings of stress, sadness, anxiety, lethargy, agitation, dizziness, and fatigue. When massaged into the muscles, Ginger Oil’s analgesic property is known to soothe and reduce aches as well as inflammation, thus benefitting complaints such as headaches, migraines, arthritis, back pain, and menstrual cramps.


Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant. Lavender oil’s anti-inflammatory properties make it great for soothing and healing skin that’s irritated or reddened from the sun. It helps to reduce redness, blotchy patches, and acne scarring. Studies also show that the inhalation of lavender has a soothing and calming effect on the nervous system, making it a great alternative for alleviating stress, anxiety, depression, and fatigue. Recent research says that inhaling lavender scent or massaging the oil into the temples, forehead, and neck (specifically behind your ears) can treat headaches. It also helps to induce sleep, reduce PMS, stimulate the brain and improve circulation.


An authentic and truly fine Patchouli oil has a rich and deeply mysterious fragrance.Inhaled Patchouli is a nerve sedative and antidepressant, for some it is an aphrodisiac, it affects the pituitary gland, and 7th to 1st chakra. Patchouli – Dark has an aroma that is extremely rich, deep, earthy, sweet-herbaceous, and somewhat spicy, with ethereal, floral-sweet and wine-like top notes and a mellow, woody-balsamic body note.

Palo Santo

The smoke of Palo Santo wood is traditionally used in spiritual rituals to clear negativity from a person or space, very similar to the use of White Sage in smudging practices. It comes from the same botanical family (Burseraceae) as Frankincense and Myrrh and is often used to enhance meditative states in the same way as its botanical cousins – encouraging relaxation, calming the nerves and quieting mental chatter. A woody, fruity/balsamic sweet, penetrating aroma, with citrus, mint and soft spice nuances that is somewhat reminiscent of Frankincense.


Peppermint oil is well-known for the dramatic effect it has on the body and mind. It is particularly well-suited for opening the breath, and relaxing an overworked body. Peppermint powerfully sharpens mental focus by removing dull and hazy feelings. As a cooling oil, peppermint is also extremely effective for taking the edge off of tension. Peppermint’s cool and clearing nature makes it ideal for stimulating mental agility and improving concentration. It is also effective against worry, grief and heaviness.

Rose Geranium

As a premier cooling oil, rose geranium assists in promoting vitality. This uplifting oil has an overall balancing effect which extends to the skin. It helps to stabilize both oily and dry skin. This oil is also widely cherished as a powerful assistant in promoting ease and grace during a woman’s monthly cycle. Calming and grounding, rose geranium helps to reduce feelings of stress and worry. Its balancing effect on the body and mind makes rose geranium an excellent choice to uplift mood and to promote feelings of well-being. Widely considered a tonic oil, or an oil that adds strength to the body, its stimulating properties lift the spirit and promote sensual feelings. Especially helpful for breakouts, and most skin irritants.


A rich antioxidant, rosemary is also known for its anti-cancer and anti-inflammatory properties. Cortisol is the main hormone that is released when the body responds to stress, and rosemary essential oil has been shown to reduce cortisol levels. It is an excellent brain and nerve tonic, and also relieves pain when treating headaches, muscle pains, rheumatism, and arthritis. Massaging an affected area with rosemary essential oil can quickly relieve pain.


Traditionally, turmeric has been used in Chinese and Indian Ayurvedic medicine to treat arthritis since turmeric’s active components are known to block inflammatory cytokines and enzymes. Studies have shown that turmeric has the ability to help reduce pain, inflammation and stiffness related to rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. The oil is also considered to be a strong relaxant and balancer to the body making it effective against anxiety, common mood disorders, and depression.

Ylang Ylang

Ylang ylang oil helps relax the body and soul, it is a natural sedative, antiseptic, aphrodisiac, and antidepressant. Since it has antidepressant compounds, Ylang Ylang essential oil can relax the body and reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, sadness, and stress. It lifts the mood naturally and increases feelings of joy.

Calendula Oil

Calendula is an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, wound healing and skin soother. A great moisturizer for dry skin and for severely chapped or split skin. It helps soothe the area and reduce the pain. It works well on sprained muscles or bruises; its anti-inflammatory action helps lessen swelling from injury. Calendula oil also helps treat spider veins, varicose veins, and leg ulcers.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is a great skin softener that helps do away with dry and hard skin conditions. It’s naturally antibacterial and anti-fungal, and is a great moisturizer for lips. It can also speed up wound healing, and has been found to be effective in increasing hydration and reducing water loss in seriously dry skin.

Grapeseed Oil

According to the Linus Pauling Institute, omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids are crucial to skin function and appearance. And omega-6 fatty acids are necessary for skin barrier functioning. The main omega-6 PUFA in grapeseed oil is linolenic acid. This fatty acid may help reduce inflammation in the skin’s middle and outer layers.

Hemp Seed Oil

High in fatty acids GLA and omega-3, hemp seed oil helps to reduce inflammation. It also helps to promote a boosted immune system and promote healthy cell growth. This can help to calm inflammation and irritation on the skin, including acne and some conditions like psoriasis, while keeping the skin nourished and moisturized. Hemp oil is perfect for most skin types as it can moisturize without clogging your pores. It can even help to balance out oily skin, hydrating it and regulating the skin’s oil production. Hemp oil has anti-aging properties and can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing.

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba can help slow down the appearance of aging, and help to fade fine lines and wrinkles. Studies have shown that jojoba oil provides a substantial long-acting, skin hydration effect. It is lighter than other face oils and easily absorbed into skin. It deeply penetrates to soothe and soften while providing an excellent moisturizing effect and adding a healthy glow. Full of nutrients like Vitamin E and B, as well as antioxidants and minerals like chromium, copper, and zinc, jojoba oil has high levels of antioxidants and nutrients.

Rose Hip Oil

Roseship oil is great for: fading scars, removing age and dark spots, exfoliating skin, treating acne, and fighting eczema and rosacea. It has anti-aging benefits due to its antioxidant property. It is high in vitamin A and Vitamin C which are the perfect nutrients needed to remove fine lines and wrinkles. They encourage healthy skin cell production. Retinoic acid (Vitamin A) and Vitamin C are important to cell production and growth. They also stimulate fibroblasts, the cells responsible for developing tissue that keeps skin firm and healthy, in the deep layers of your skin. Rosehip oil has a high content of essential fatty acids and is a perfect skin hydration tool. It is a natural source of vitamin E, an anti-inflammatory antioxidant that calms and hydrates dry and sensitive skin.

Vitamin E Oil

Vitamin E prevents signs of aging, compliments your SPF, keeps your skin hydrated and calm, reduces sun damage and the appearance of scars. It also acts as a natural preservative.

Candelila Wax

Candelilla wax is a plant based wax. Candelilla wax is derived from the leaves of the small candelilla shrub native to northern Mexico and the southwestern United States. It is 100% natural and refined (filtered twice). Candellia Wax is an excellent vegan alternative to beeswax.

Shay Butter

Shay butter is rich in vitamin A & E it’s a great product for moisturizing, as an anti-inflammatory, and it helps with dry skin and systemic skin conditions.

Himalayan Pink Sea Salt

Himalayan Pink Salt consists of sodium chloride, but also contains up to 84 different trace minerals, like potassium, magnesium, and calcium. It helps to improve respiratory problems, promote immunity, improve sleep, and clear up mucus buildup.

Free Spirit Gold Shimmer

Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Titanium Dioxide (77891), Tin Oxide (778161)

Earth Sister Sun-Kissed Red

Iron Oxide (77499), Iron Oxide (77491)