Welcome to ARAE! I have the pleasure of presenting one of our new creations, the pure terpene Citral. For its isolation and extraction, using the steam dragging method, which uses neither agents nor chemical substances that can alter the naturalness of the Citral terpene, nor cause possible side effects after consumption.
What is the taste and aroma of Citral Terpene?
The pure terpene Citral is commonly used in perfumery, for its magnificent citrus aroma and lemony, with some very pleasant sweet touches. It is also widely used in the kitchen to give a lemony touch to your dishes and of course, I especially use it to give an extra touch to my vaporizations.
Where is Citral naturally found?
The pure terpene Citral, is found naturally in the essential oils of numerous plants commonly used in cooking as:
- Lemon Myrtle
- Clove basil
What medicinal properties does Citral Terpene have?
Demonstrated by independent scientific studies, consumption of pure terpene Citral, reports a series of extensive medicinal benefits among which stands out:
- Improves the digestive process and helps to alleviate indigestion processes.
- Helps to eliminate gases
- Helps you fall asleep
- Ideal for headache and migraine relief
The varieties of cannabis that contain this terpene are mostly:
We have taken the liberty of making things easier for you, and we have selected for you the best varieties of marijuana that contain the pure terpene Citral:
- Lemon Skunk from Green House Seeds
- Citral Skunk by The Bulldog Seeds
- Pakistan Chitral Kush de Cannabiogen
Buy now in ARAE the pure terpene Citral, a great taste and medicinal benefits with a wide range and best of all, without suffering side effects and with a purity index of 96% TOP!
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