Alpha-Terpinene – Terpene Profile
Alpha-Terpinene is commonly found in allspice and several essential oils including cardamom, marjoram, citrus, Eucalyptus, and Juniperus. Its woody, lemony and citrusy aroma contribute to its popular use as a fragrance and flavor compound. Apart from its use as a food additive due to its lemony flavor, on a therapeutic level, alpha-Terpinene is known for its rapid antioxidant properties along with sedative effects.
An Endophytic Diaporthe apiculatum Produces Monoterpenes with Inhibitory Activity against Phytopathogenic Fungi.
Song XY, Wang H, Ren F, Wang K, Dou G, Lv X, Yan DH, Strobel G.(2019)
In vitro efficacy of two terpenes against ancyrocephalid monogeneans from Nile tilapia.
Morales-Serna FN, Caña-Bozada VH, López-Moreno DG, Medina-Guerrero RM, Morales-Serna JA, Fajer-Ávila EJ.(2019)
α-Terpinene, an antioxidant in tea tree oil, autoxidizes rapidly to skin allergens on air exposure.
Rudbäck J, Bergström MA, Börje A, Nilsson U, Karlberg AT. (2012)
α-Terpineol, a natural monoterpene: A review of its biological properties.
Christina Khaleel,Nurhayat Tabanca , Gerhard Buchbauer (2018)
High Alpha-Terpinene strain-specific terpene formulations:
This famous hybrid is known for its delicious sour strawberry overtones and generous yields
Pure Haze and Skunk crossed phenotypes make this legendary profile very delicate and balanced with bold earthy undertones