Geraniol ARAE
  • Geraniol ARAE


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Now available in ARAE, the new pure terpene Geraniol, which is included within the subcategory of monoterpenes. One of our new creations, but with everything that has always differentiated us, quality and a clean extraction process, which guarantees the non-interference of any chemical agent in the naturalness of Geraniol (Extraction method by steam dragging).

Geraniol has been used for years, as a natural insecticide or phytosanitary repellent, as long as the infection is of low level.


What is the taste and aroma of Geraniol Terpene?

Its rose aroma makes it one of the most exclusive and daily use terpenes in our catalogue, used to enhance the flavour of numerous fruits such as:


- Peach

- Raspberry

- Grapefruit

- Red Apple

- Lima

- Plum

- Orange

- Lemon

- Watermelon


Where is Geraniol found naturally?

Geraniol is one of the terpenes that make up the marijuana plant known as Cannabis Sativa L in technical form and many other elements such as:


- Peaches

- Roses

- Coriander

- Lemons


What medicinal properties does terpene Geraniol have?

It has been scientifically demonstrated through independent laboratory studies that continued consumption of Geraniol has a number of medicinal benefits:


- It's a powerful anti-inflammatory.

- Increases defenses and is effective as a natural antiviral

- It is an effective controller of stomach spasms in gastrointestinal disorders.

- Anticancerogen, helps prevent the appearance and development of cancer cells


The varieties of cannabis that contain this terpene are mostly:

We have selected for you, the varieties of marijuana that contain in a natural way more quantity of Geraniol:


- Amnesia Haze by Royal Queen Seeds

- Afghani #1 by Sensi Seeds

- Headband of Humboldt Seeds



Ideal for personalized vaporizations of your taste, seasoned with an exceptional flavor and enjoying the medicinal properties that Mother Nature gives us with Geraniol. Now available in ARAE!


This text has been created on the basis of the following reference studies:


- Barnard, D.R., and Xue, R. Laboratory evaluation of mosquito repellents against Aedes albopictus, Culex nigripalpus, and Ochlerotatus triseriatus (Diptera: Culicidae), J. Med. Entomol. 41(4):726-730, 2004.

- UF entomologist develops safe, effective alternative to DEET insect repellents, Univ. of Florida, 1999.

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- Evaluation of chemical substances in massage oils.


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