Officer Dick Downey's Pot Report
Phellandrene May Help in Treating Or in Acting As:
Found In (partial list): Eucalyptus phellandra - now called Eucalyptus radiata, turmeric leaf oil, cinnamon, garlic, dill, ginger, parsley, lavender, Grand fir, cannabis
NOTE: Categorized as a 'Secondary' terpene in cannabis.
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Scent Profile: mint/peppermint with citrus notes
Phellandrene was first discovered in eucalyptus oil. Phellandrene is the name for a pair of terpenes, Alpha-Phellandrene and Beta-Phellandrene, that have a similar molecular structure and similar chemical properties.
Flavor Profile: mint, menthol
Possible Medicinal Properties: Phellandrene has apparently been used in traditional Chinese medicine to treat digestive disorders, though its medical efficacy has not yet been heavily researched by Western medicine.