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Beta Caryophyllene

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  • Food-grade, natural, organic and non-GMO
  • Add to concentrates, edibles, topicals, etc.
  • Product development and formulations
  • Strain terpene profiles or proprietary blends
  • Maximize the “entourage effect”
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Beta Caryophyllene is a distinctively spicy-sweet terpene with a woody, clove-like aroma. Hash Plant is an example of a cannabis strain particularly high in Beta Caryophyllene. Isolated Beta Caryophyllene can be naturally sourced from black pepper (Piper nigrum), black caraway (Nigella sativa), cloves (Syzygium aromaticum), hops (Humulus lupulus), basil (Ocimum basilicum), and oregano (Origanum vulgare). Beta Caryophyllene is a particularly notable terpene due to its title as the only phytocannabinoid outside of the cannabis genus. This allows Beta Caryophyllene to suppresses pain through the binding and activation of cannabinoid receptors. In other words, it is a terpene that emulates the behavior of a cannabinoid. Studies have suggested that oral administration of Beta Caryophyllene may reduce both pain and inflammation without forming a tolerance to its analgesic effect. This makes Beta Caryophyllene a potentially effective option for those affected by long-term, highly debilitating pain. As an additional benefit, Beta Caryophyllene is anti-microbial, killing both bacteria and fungus.

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 Packages including Beta Caryophyllene

TrueTerpenes-B-Caryophyllene

Type of Terpene: Sesquiterpene

CAS: 87-44-5
FEMA: 2252
Purity: Contact us for the latest purity information
Formula: C15H24
Molecular Mass: 204.35 g/mol
LD50: Rat – >5,000mg/kg
Sources: Black Caraway, Cloves, Hops, Basil, Oregano, Black Pepper, West African Pepper, Lavender, Rosemary, Cinnamomum, Malabathrum, Cananga Odorata, Copaiba Oil
Storage: 2 – 8 C, proper ventilation, spark proof environment

Relative Density: 0.901 g/mL
Boiling Point: 129 C
Flash Point: 96 C

Terpenes 101

What are they used for?

While isolated terpenes have many diverse applications, they are primarily used for product development and formulations. Because of their high purity, they can be used to create custom terpene blends to be added to other extracts, tinctures, edibles, topicals and much more.

Not only do terpenes create the aroma of the plants but they also contribute to the therapeutic properties. By adding specific terpenes, you can achieve specific effects from your products such as uplifting, calming, pain relief, etc.

Full spectrum terpene blends create synergistic effects that are often referred to as the entourage effect. Other companies sell premixed formulas that lack transparency and prevent creating custom blends. If you’re looking to create proprietary terpene blends, purchasing isolated terpenes is the only solution.

How do I use them?

Our terpenes can be used in many different product types such as concentrates, edibles, tinctures, topicals but they must be diluted to the appropriate concentrations. For most applications, a 1-3% concentration by volume is adequate but can vary depending on the terpene blend and desired effects. Certain terpenes are more potent than others and they must be handled with care. When using isolated terpenes be sure to use the appropriate skin protection, eye protection and operate in a well ventilated area.

Where do your terpenes come from?

Our terpenes are derived from many different, all natural sources. There are over 30,000 terpenes in nature and they are not unique to only one species of plant.

For example, alpha pinene is the most prevalent terpene and can be found in thousands of different plants. The molecules themselves are identical no matter what plant they come from. Some people argue about the importance of the source of the terpenes but once the molecules are isolated, there is virtually no difference.

High purity warning labels

There are extensive warning labels on our products because they can be dangerous at high purities. Each terpene has different properties and needs to be handled accordingly. With the proper dilution, our terpenes can be used in many different applications. A similar example is nicotine. Nicotine at high concentrations can be fatal but once diluted, it can be used in many ways (inhaled, sublingual, etc). We simply ask that you respect the high purity compounds and handle them in accordance with their MSDS sheets available here..

How should I dilute them?

Terpenes mix well with other plant extracts, concentrates and oils. You can also dilute them with coconut oil, PG, PEG and more. Terpenes will homogenize with agitation and can be sped up by applying low heat. They are not water soluble so they must be diluted with other oils unless you use an emulsifying agent such as sunflower lecithin. For most applications, a 1-3% concentration by volume is adequate but can vary depending on the terpene blend and desired effects.

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2 reviews for Beta Caryophyllene


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  2. 5 out of 5

    Beta-Caryophyllene (BCP) from True Terpenes breaks any competitor out there! Here is why. Their commitment to organic, non-GMO, all naturally derived isolates glorifies in their efforts. BCP contains CPB (Cyclobutane). Rare in nature, yet fit for remarkable results! True Terpenes has hit the mark again. Their BCP has a soft woody aroma encompassing exalted benefits. The molecular structure of this sesquiterpene resembles a “happy stick figure dancing around.” In short BCP is supernatural or even sourcerous! Some of the benefits include; Anxiolytic (anti-anxiety), anti-depressant, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, anti-cancer fighting, neuron-protective which means it helps repair your brain cell damage from trauma or injury. BCP sustains the ability to lower the experience of pain, making it (anti-nociceptive). It reduces your desire to drink alcohol and cuts on cravings for cigarette smoking. This is the foundation for most, if not all the profiles. Scientist found BCP to target the CB2 pathways of the brain. That is unfathomable. Making it a cannabinoid that is both non-psychoactive and outside of its esoteric domain. It is sensibly the one isolate to have a stockpile in your arsenal. Do not settle for anything less. (Received with the essentials package.) What are you waiting for? Just add to cart, you will thank yourself for it. Note: Keep Refrigerated with the rest of your isolates and profiles. Remember to always keep an air tight lid on your bottle. Cheers!

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1) The product is NOT high enough purity to warrant a legal warning (when diluted, terpenes are safe enough to ingest and do not need warnings)

2) The company is in violation by not displaying the proper safety information to you. Proceed at your own risk!
Not a hazardous substance or mixture.

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External research information is provided for educational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Use only as instructed in the MSDS available here.