Beta-Pinene – Terpene Profile
One of the two isomers of pinene is β-Pinene. It is one of the most abundant compounds released by forest trees, especially pine trees. Furthermore, it can be efficiently absorbed through the skin, lungs and digestive system. This monoterpene is known for its antibacterial effects as well as antidepressant-like and sedative-like activity on mice.
Antidepressant activity of Litsea glaucescens essential oil: identification of β-pinene and linalool as active principles.
Guzmán-Gutiérrez, S. L., Gómez-Cansino, R., García-Zebadúa, J. C., Jiménez-Pérez, N. C., & Reyes-Chilpa, R. (2012)
Antibacterial Activity and Anticancer Activity ofRosmarinus officinalis L. Essential Oil Compared to That of Its Main Components.
Wang, W., Li, N., Luo, M., Zu, Y., & Efferth, T. (2012)
Screening of Some Essential Oil Constituents as Potential Inhibitors of the ATP Synthase of Escherichia coli.
Issa, D., Najjar, A., Greige-Gerges, H., & Nehme, H. (2019)
High β-Pinene strain-specific terpene formulations:
This famous hybrid is known for its delicious sour strawberry overtones and generous yields
The citrus heritage is the most evident in this profile due to its refreshing tangerine aroma.