Welcome to ARAE! On this occasion, I have the pleasure of introducing to you one of our favourite pure terpenes, the Alpha Phellandrene. Our pure terpene Alpha Phellandrene belongs to the subclass of cyclic mono terpenes with double bond isomers, which are characterized by a very low solubility in water, but very high with Ether.
The Alpha Phellandrene is widely used in the field of cosmetics and perfumes, for its impressive aroma and qualities, in fact, surely if you look at your favourite perfume you will see that in the composition appears the Alpha Phellandrene Curious eh? You will never go to bed without knowing something new!
The Alpha Phellandrene terpene, like all our pure terpenes, is extracted using a totally natural process that does not use chemical elements, known as the steam dragging method, achieving 97% purity.
What is the taste and aroma of Alpha Phellandrene Terpene?
If the Alpha Phellandrene is used in something as delicate as cosmetic products or perfumes, it is because its aroma is really spectacular, slightly citrus with a menthol background that is perfect for a great vaporization.
Where is Alpha Phellandrene naturally found?
Alpha Phellandrene is found naturally in the leaves and stems of the Eucalyptus plant, which for thousands of years has been used in naturalist medicine for its impressive properties, as well as for beauty treatments in ancient times.
What are the medicinal properties of Alfa Felandreno Terpene?
Scientific studies carried out by independent laboratories have shown that Alpha Phellandrene has numerous medicinal properties and when consumed practically pure in its entirety, its benefits are multiple and ideal for those seeking asylum in natural medicine:
- Beneficial in reducing asthma attacks
- Improves Sinusitis
- Analgesic for pain
- Immunosuppressive properties
The varieties of cannabis that contain this terpene are mostly:
- Royal Queen Seeds Power Flower
- Royal Queen Seeds Haze Berry
- Shining Silver Haze by Royal Queen Seeds
Alpha Phellandrene by ARAE is one of our most outstanding terpenes, although perhaps this is not very objective because choosing from such a wide range of masterpieces is complicated... But we all have preferences! Buy now!
This text has been created on the basis of the following reference studies:
- Jacobs, S.W.L., Pickard, J., Plants of New South Wales, 1981, ISBN 0-7240-1978-2.
- Boland, D.J., Brophy, J.J., and A.P.N. House, Eucalyptus Leaf Oils, 1991, ISBN 0-909605-69-6.
- Urben, Peter (2007). Bretherick's Handobook of Reactive Chemical Hazards 1 (7th edition). Butterworth-Heinemann. p. 1154.