Phellandrene Molecular Structure

Phellandrene Molecular Structure

Phellandrene Molecular Structure: Also known as alpha phellandrene and beta phellandrene, which has an identical molecular structure and chemical properties. In saying this, cannabis has between 20 to 30 different types of terpenes within the plant itself. Out of those, there are eight in almost every cannabis strain. These are pinene ocimene, caryophyllene, terpinolene, linalool, limonene, humulene, and myrcene. After that, There are around 20 that we call ‘secondary terpenes’.

Furthermore, phellandrene is classed as a secondary terpene. Research on this terpene recently discovered just how beneficial it could be. Generally, producing a pair of two organic compounds. These compounds are both alpha phellandrene and beta phellandrene. Because of this, people often find these terpenes in many types of eucalyptus plants. These terpenes give a minty, citrus-like aroma. Basically, this makes it easy to smell and absorb. Many people know about eucalyptus. People often use these terpenes in medicines for colds. Also, we use it for things like cosmetics.

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