Terpenes are the natural, organic compounds that give cannabis its distinct aroma

Terpenes, made of hydrogen and carbon (hydrocarbons), occur naturally, but cannabis is increasingly bred to feature specific aromas. 

Ooooh... that smell! 

Terpenes In Your Cannabis

Researchers have identified more than 140 kinds of terpenoids in cannabis. Of those, there are really only a few that are found with regularity in most cannabis strains available today. 

Terpenes Found in 




2. Humulene

3. Ocimene

Pine-like, herby and with an earthy scent. The same terpene that gives evergreen trees their distinct smell. 

Initially discovered in common hops – what beer is made with that gives it a distinctive bitter taste.

Known for its sweet, citrusy and woody notes; may offer a wide array of medicinal properties.


With delicate floral undertones, this terpene is founder many flowers and spices and is best known for its stress-relieving and mood-boosting effects.

NO. 4

1. Nerolidol

2. Myrcene

3. Caryophyllene

Provides a floral and fruity aroma and has been used as a natural sleep aid.

The most dominant terpene in modern commercial cannabis. Offers a peppery, spicy and woody fragrance.

Delivers a spicy yet funky (fuel-like and musky) aroma and promoted as a stress and anxiety reliever.

Enjoy the Journey 

Now that you know a little bit more about terpenes it’s time to get ready for your walk. Learn more about our cannabis pre-rolls and enjoy the journey!