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This abundant terpene naturally occurs in the tea tree, lilac, cumin, nutmeg, and apples. The sedative terpinolene has woody overtones with a hint of citric sweetness. Recognized as an anti-oxidant, it also displays anti-bacterial properties.

 Citrus  Woody  Smoky

    • Name- Terpinolene, Natural
    • Other Names-  Delta-Terpinene; D-Terpinene; 1-Methyl-4-(propan-2-ylidene)cyclohex-1-ene
    • Sources- Cumin, Lilac, Apple, Tea-Tree, Conifers
    • Organoleptics (taste & smell)- herbal. 10% fresh woody pine citrus. 1% sweet, fresh, piney, citrus with a woody old lemon peel nuance. 
    • Therapeutic Uses - Anti-bacterial, Anti-Fungal, Anti-Insomnia, Anti-Oxidant 
    • Organic -Yes 
    • Solvent Free- Yes
    • Kosher- Yes
    • Halal- Yes
    • Food Grade- Yes
    • Fillers- None