Naturally formed within the trichomes of itself, Beta- Caryophyllene is also found in large quantities in traditionally medicinal plants like black pepper, black caraway, cloves, basil, oregano, cinnamon, and many others. This is a uniquely spicy terpene. Due to this bonding Beta-Caryophyllene is a famed analgesic (pain reducer) and anti-pyretic (fever-reduction), in addition to anti-inflammatory qualities. Beta-Caryophyllene is a core ingredient of many contemporary spices, fragrances, soaps, and lotions.
Spicy Clove Woody
- Name- Beta-Caryophyllene, Natural
- Other Names- BCP, (1R,4E,9S)-4,11,11-Trimethyl-8-methylidenebicyclo[7.2.0]undec-4-ene.
- Sources- Black Caraway, cloves, hops, basil, oregano, black pepper, lavender, rosemary
- Organoleptics (taste & smell)- spicy, sweet, woody
- Therapeutic Uses - Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-proliferate, anti-nociceptive, anti-addiction (alcohol and tobacco), anti-oxidant, anti-bacterial.
- Organic - Yes
- Solvent Free- Yes
- Food Grade- Yes
- Fillers- None
- CAS 87-44-5
- FEMA 2252
- Formula C15H24
- Molecular Mass 204.36g/mol
- Boiling Point 268°C (514°F)
- LD50 >5000 mg/kg (Compare to Nicotine in humans – 0.5-1 mg/kg)
- Structure - X
- Purified Beta-Caryophyllene