The healing power of terpenes

What Are Terpenes?

You know the intense smell of an orange when you pierce its skin...?

The powerful smell of basil or mint...

The gorgeous, somnolent smell of a lavender bush...

All of these smells are terpenes - organic compounds which are fundamental to the smells and flavours which are the building blocks of the natural world around us.

Terpenes activate the specific receptors in our body which are associated with important physiological processes such as pain and inflammation relief, better sleep, anxiety and mood management.

Papilio CBD Oils all have an added boost of terpenes from the hemp plant, so let's revisit that list again and see where we fit in.

Papilio Refresh CBD Oil Oral DropsYou know the intense smell of an orange when you pierce its skin...

  • This terpene is Limonene - and as the name suggests, this smell profile is associated is citrus fruits. 
  • The physiological effects can work to ease anxiety, nausea and depression, and the taste offers a refreshing burst of goodness. 
  • Need a boost? Refresh

 

 

Papilio Balance CBD Oil Oral DropsThe powerful smell of basil or mint...

  • This terpene is Pinene; a fresh forest scent which is obvious to the nose.
  • Used to help focus the mind, retaining alertness and also can be used as an anti-inflammatory.
  • Need to regain your equilibrium? Balance
  • Voted best for anxiety by the Independent and the Cannavist (2022 runner up for Best Tincture)

 

Papilio Relax CBD Oil Oral Drops

The gorgeous, somnolent smell of a lavender bush...

  • This terpene is Linalool - associated with strong floral scents such as lavender, sage and even citrusy hops.
  • This complex scent profile is linked to pain relief, anti-anxiety, sedative properties and even can help as an anticonvulsant.
  • Need to sink into a good night's sleep?  Relax

 

 

 As you can see, terpenes are giving your body a helping hand. Naturally.

Use TERPENE20 at the checkout until March 20th 2022 for 20% any of our CBD oils.

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