Sabinene – Terpene Profile
Sabinene is a terpene that’s primarily produced in black pepper, the essential oil of carrot seeds and in specific varieties of oak and spruce. With its earthy roots, sabinene’s enticing warm, spicy aroma is used in a variety of fragrances and aromatherapy products. The monoterpene’s peppery flavor can be found sprinkled throughout most sectors of the processed food industry. Traditional medicine extolls sabinene’s ability to boost the immune system, and recent medical research confirms sabinene’s potency in fighting bacterial infections and cancer.
Antibacterial, Antifungal and Allelopathic
Chemical composition and antibacterial, antifungal, allelopathic and acetylcholinesterase inhibitory activities of cassumunar-ginger.
Verma RS, Joshi N, Padalia RC, Singh VR, Goswami P, Verma SK, Iqbal H, Chanda D, Verma RK, Darokar MP, Chauhan A, Kandwal MK. (2018)
Antioxidant and Antimicrobial
Comparative Study of Composition, Antioxidant, and Antimicrobial Activities of Essential Oils of Selected Aromatic Plants from Balkan Peninsula.
Stanković N, Mihajilov-Krstev T, Zlatković B, Matejić J, Stankov Jovanović V, Kocić B, Čomić L. (2016)
Immunomodulatory and anticancer effects of Pituranthos tortuosus essential oil.
Krifa M, El Mekdad H, Bentouati N, Pizzi A, Ghedira K, Hammami M, El Meshri SE, Chekir-Ghedira L. (2015)
High Sabinene strain-specific terpene formulations:
The fleshy berry fusion tones make this flavor profile exceptionally rare and one of the most popular Indica strains in the market