Incredibly fragrant and possessing well-documented anti-inflammatory properties, Humulene literally gets its name from hop plant formal name: homulus lulupus. As such, it makes sense that this terpene would be a primary constituent of the iconic smell of beer. Also commonly known as Alpha-Caryohpyllene. Humulene has a potent earthy flavor with a bitter woody overtone.
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- Name- Humulene, Natural
- Other Names- Alpha-Caryophyllene, A-Caryphyllene, Alpha-Humulene, 3,7,10-Humulatriene, 2,6,6,9-Tetramethyl-1,4-8-cycloundecatriene
- Sources- Hops, , sage, ginseng, coriander.
- Organoleptics (taste & smell)- Woody
- Therapeutic Uses – Analgesic, Anti-bacterial, Anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, anorectic (produces loss of appetite)
- Organic – Yes
- Solvent Free- Yes
- Kosher- Yes
- Halal- Yes
- Food Grade- Yes
- Fillers- None
- Purified Humulene
- CAS 87-44-5
- FEMA 2252
- Formula C15H24
- Molecular Mass 204.36g/mol
- Boiling Point 268°C (514°F)
- LD50 >5000 mg/kg (Compare to Nicotine in humans – 0.5-1 mg/kg)
- Structure – X
Strain profiles can be replicated using a combination of terpenes, this is a revolutionary process for the cannabis industry. The strain profiles can be used to mix with cannabis distillate products, or other extracts to provide additional flavor & effects.
- Always wear protection – terpenes are still a powerful solvent, always take a precaution by using safety glasses & rubber gloves to avoid any accidents.
- Operate in a ventilated area – the aroma from the terpenes can be overpowering, operate in a ventilated area so it doesn’t get too overwhelming.
- Use precise measurements – equipment is a vital part in getting precise measurements, but it also takes a bit of skill, make sure your measurements are exact when replicating strain profiles.
- Utilize Accurate Lab Analysis Reports (Terpene Report) which can be found online.