Incredibly fragrant and possessing well-documented anti-inflammatory properties, Humulene literally gets its name from hop plant formal name: homulus lulupus. As such, it makes sense that this terpene would be a primary constituent of the iconic smell of beer. Also commonly known as Alpha-Caryohpyllene. Humulene has a potent earthy flavor with a bitter woody overtone.

 Piney  Woody

    • Name- Humulene, Natural
    • Other Names-  Alpha-Caryophyllene, A-Caryphyllene, Alpha-Humulene,  3,7,10-Humulatriene, 2,6,6,9-Tetramethyl-1,4-8-cycloundecatriene
    • Sources- Hops, Cannabis, sage, ginseng, coriander. 
    • Organoleptics (taste & smell)- Woody
    • Therapeutic Uses - Analgesic, Anti-bacterial, Anti-inflammatory, anti-proliferative, anorectic (produces loss of appetite) 
    • Organic - Yes 
    • Solvent Free- Yes
    • Kosher- Yes
    • Halal- Yes
    • Food Grade- Yes
    • Fillers- None