Cannabidiol (CBD) has the potential to provide adult men and women with a range of benefits. CBD comes in the form of isolate and full spectrum. The latter is a rounded-out and full version of CBD that features cannabinoids and flavonoids, and terpenes may be added to them as well.
Terpenes are essential oils that provide cannabis with fragrance and taste. In addition, they may improve the qualities of CBD and the potential benefits that the substance may be able to provide. There are numerous types of terpenes that may be in CBD, but for this purpose, the discussion will be centered on Bisabolol.
Bisabolol is a terpene that is also known as levomenol, and it is naturally found in German Chamomile, a flower. It can also be found in the bark of Candeia, a tree native to Brazil. When this terpene is in a CBD formula, it may provide users with a number of qualities. For example, the substance may be able to treat skin inflammation, according to one 2014 study.
Due to the substance’s impact on inflammation, it may thus be able to reduce irritation, provide antioxidant qualities, antimicrobial benefits, and it may also act as an analgesic as well. Aside from the benefits of the formula, it may also provide users with a soothing and calming aroma, specifically that associated with chamomile.
According to Leafly, Bisabolol is present in a number of strains, such as:
- Tilray’s Punk Kush
- OG Shark
- Master Kush
Overall, there are many different types of terpenes that may be present in a CBD formula. Those who are looking for an option that may specifically be geared toward inflammation may want to consider a formula where Bisabolol is present. With that, users can experience the potential positive effects of the substance.