Isolate Terpenes


Welcome to ARAE! I am pleased to present the new signing for our catalogue of pure terpenes, the Humulene terpene. If we know... Another one for such a wide catalogue? We can't stand still! We have developed this new terpene with all our love and with the desire to live up to your expectations!

Humulene, belongs to the subclass of Sesquiterpenes and is present in the cannabis plant Sativa L, so it is present to a greater or lesser degree in all marijuana seeds on the market. Humulene is responsible for the smell of the mother plant and we love smokers so much and now in its pure terpene version. You can enjoy it for whatever you want!

At ARAE, we always work to ensure that our terpenes are 100% natural, which is why we use the steam extraction method, thus guaranteeing that the terpene in question does not undergo any chemical alteration and does not produce any secondary effect on its consumption.

Price €47.50

Here you will be able to find ARAE isolate terpenes, natural, organic and food grade.

Our terpenes are produced in a totally environmentally friendly way because we use the supercritical CO2 technique for their extraction.

Terpenes are organic compounds that give plants their aromatic and medicinal properties. For millions of years, varieties such as mint, lavender and cannabis have developed these molecules as a natural adaptive mechanism.

After a continuous process of research and process improvement we are now able to offer you a wide variety of pure terpenes, some examples and details of their therapeutic benefits:



It is the most common in different varieties of marijuana. Its smell is similar to that of cloves and has relaxing properties.



With a penetrating citrus scent, it is proven to promote concentration and reduce anxiety.



It is found in different herbs and spices such as black pepper, providing a subtle and unmistakable aroma.



It is present in pines and firs, giving them that familiar smell. It has beneficial properties for the respiratory system.



It has a mint and camphor aroma and has been used for thousands of years in Chinese medicine for its therapeutic properties.



It smells like lilacs, apple blossoms and lime blossoms. Enhances the sedative effects of some strains of cannabis.



It has a floral lavender scent and its anti-cancer properties are currently being studied.



Terpenes in the food industry


Due to their 100% natural origin, terpenes are approved by all European standards and are used as aromatic ingredients in many foods. These are non-toxic and flavoring substances and are therefore widely used in haute cuisine, as well as in the manufacture of perfumes and aromatherapy.



Medicinal properties of terpenes


Terpenes are responsible for the aroma and effect of plants, have numerous medicinal benefits and when combined with CBD provide a very pleasant Entourage Effect on the body.

Some studies point to improvement in patients in oncological processes, digestive and respiratory system diseases. Also anxiety, insomnia, loss of appetite associated with periods of convalescence, hypertension, epilepsy, pain, inflammation and infection.



In vitro activity of terpenes against Candida's biofilms


The antibiotic activity of 10 terpenes was tested in vitro against three Candida species using 24-hour treatment of 1-5 day old biofilms. Treatment of 24-hour Candida albicans biofilms with carvacrol, geraniol or thymol resulted in >80% inhibition.

This study demonstrates the antibiotic activity of terpenes and highlights the exceptional efficacy of carvacrol, geraniol and thymol, which may represent candidates in the treatment of candidiasis associated with medical devices.



How to use terpenes?


The best part is that you can combine them any way you want for a totally personalized experience. The limit is set by your imagination.

You can use them diluted in distillates, CO2 extracts, Rosin, BHO etc...and the dose is always the same, 1 or 2 drops per gram of resin.

You can also mix them with neutral bases of e-liquids, in this case I recommend you add 12 drops of terpenes per 10 ml of Vegetal Glycerin (VG) and Propylene Glycol (PG).


And now that you know a little more about terpenes I invite you to browse our catalogue, you will be surprised.