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Hippie Crasher Terpene Strain Profile | Get to Know Your Favorite Strain

Discover which terpenes create the exotic aroma and tingly effects of the Hippie Crasher Terpene Profile.

While you may not find a ton of information available about this cultivar, trust us when we say it’s criminally underrated. It inspires creativity and euphoria, exquisite body relaxation, and parents Kush Mints and Wedding Crasher give Hippie Crasher a dank aroma that’s wildly exotic and oh-so peaceful. 

Before jumping in too deep, we want to remind everyone that we offer both botanical and cannabis-derived terpenes. We work hard to isolate the specific terpene profiles of popular cultivars so both cannabis and non-cannabis consumers can enjoy and benefit from them. 

Read on and discover the terpenes that create the memorable sensorial effects and exotic aroma of Hippie Crasher.

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Hippie Crasher Terpene Strain Profile

With an Exotic Score of 89 and a Loud Factor of 83, it’s nearly impossible to ignore the aroma of Hippie Crasher. And honestly, why would you want to? It has a complex array of dank aromatic notes, including sweet berries, nutty cookies, and even a hint of mint. There are over 370 aroma compounds in this terpene profile, and we could spend all day teasing out each individual note (but we highly recommend you try it for yourself).

Speaking of aroma compounds, let’s dive into the dominant terpenes that help create this damn-near indescribable aroma.

It may be a particularly common isolate, but beta-Myrcene infuses the Hippie Crasher terpene profile with an important dose of sweetness and even its elusive hint of mint. Found in a wide variety of plants (mangoes, lemongrass, thyme, basil, etc.), Myrcene smells profoundly earthy and woody with distinct notes of cloves, cardamom, fruit, and musk. It’s also known to be a sedative, which plays an important role in the relaxing effects of this cultivar.

With all of the fruity notes in Hippie Crasher, it’s not surprising that d-Limonene plays a pivotal role as well. This isolate is often associated with citrus-forward aromas since it’s commonly found in fruits like lemons, limes, grapefruits, oranges, etc. On its own, it’s sweet and sour and is known for sensorial effects like mood elevation.

While alpha-Pinene tends to get more of the spotlight, Hippie Crasher is more dominant in beta-Pinene. As enantiomers, these isolates contain all the same chemical atoms, but their structures are an exact mirror image. Both alpha-Pinene and beta-Pinene are commonly found in conifer trees like pine, but their aromas are just different enough that it’s important to specify that this cultivar is more dominant in the latter. 

While there are many isolates that make up this complex blend, these three are the main contributors to its unique flavor, aroma, and effects. And the effects of Hippie Crasher are particularly unforgettable.

Hippie Crasher Terpene Strain Profile Effects

Since our Native Series profiles are botanically derived and California Compliant, everyone can enjoy them regardless of whether or not they choose to use cannabis products. However, something really cool happens when you combine terpenes and cannabis. 

Think of terpenes as a steering wheel and psychoactive cannabinoids, like THC, as the gas pedal. Terpenes are what dictate the direction (or sensorial effects), and cannabinoids are what determine how intensely you’ll feel those effects. 

Basically, without terpenes, you won’t experience the variety of flavors or effects of different cultivars. That’s why two cultivars with the same cannabinoid levels but different terpene profiles will have different effects. Bottom line? If you love how Hippie Crasher makes you feel, you can thank the beautiful combination of terpenes and cannabinoids.

If you use terms like indica and sativa to talk about effects (which isn’t technically accurate), Hippie Crasher would fall into the indica category. While the body relaxation is intense and tingly, it also comes with a euphoric lift that will leave you feeling creative and social. At least, that’s how you’ll feel until the couch lock fully takes over. And trust us, it will. 

How Can YOU Use Hippie Crasher Native Series Terpene Profile

Considering the complex aroma and both the relaxing and euphoric effects of Hippie Crasher, this terpene profile would be an innovative addition to a dizzying number of products.


We feel like this is a bit obvious, but you can’t go wrong with a distillate infused with Hippie Crasher. It’s a simple, cost-effective way to add aroma, flavor, and effects to various products. So, if your consumers are interested in Hippie Crasher, this is an efficient way to get started.


Since it’s already notorious for creating a tingly body high, infusing edibles with the Hippie Crasher terpene profile will lean into that effect even more powerfully.  Plus, this is a great option for cannabis consumers looking to relax their bodies and elevate their moods without using inhalable products.

Functional Beverages

Ok, so pretty much ANY beverage would be lucky to be infused with these terpenes. However, a functional beverage that promotes specific effects like euphoria and relaxation would really benefit from Hippie Crasher. Plus, you can’t beat that aroma and flavor.

In all honesty, this is just the beginning. The Hippie Crasher terpene profile would also be a useful addition to personal care, aromatherapy, and so many other products. 

Craft Innovative Products with the Hippie Crasher Terpene Profile

Our Native Series is a collection of Advanced Terpene Profiles that taste and smell exactly like the original cannabis material. The best part? They’re not limited by supply, they don’t cost your firstborn child, and they’re legal worldwide. Interested in infusing a product with our Native Series Hippie Crasher profile? Let’s get started.

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Native Series Terpene Profile

Modeled after a truly wacky rosin, Hippie Crasher is exotically fruity and exquisitely dank. As a cross between Kush Mints and Wedding Crasher, with 370 different aroma compounds, there's a lot going on under the hood.

Hippie Crasher Dominant Isolates

beta-Myrcene is a prevalent terpene in hops, mango, bay leaves, lemongrass, and eucalyptus. The flavor is a strong sweetness with minty balsam and a vegetal leafy feel. 

As its name suggests, d-Limonene has a loud citrus flavor and smell. It is found in oranges, limes, lemons, grapefruits, and many other citrus fruits.  

beta-Pinene has a piney wood smell undercut by minty notes of eucalyptus and nutmeg. Known for its anti-inflammatory qualities, this terpene is released in large quantities by coniferous trees, giving them their iconic pine smell, just like Christmas.

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