Guaiol is one of the terpenes that we still don’t know very much about. It does seem to be an effective insecticide, particularly against aphids. It’s also part of an essential oil shown to kill mites and ticks. It has a woody, pine-like fragrance with rose undertones and it’s actually found in a variety of different woods.
In the constantly evolving cannabis world, we must be flexible and remain open to market feedback. Our tinctures have been on the market for 14 months and we’re happy to say that the patients who use them consistently have an excellent experience. Our Equanimity and Happy Belly have been deemed “market favorites” out of our five blends.
This week we are shining the light on rose hips in our herb spotlight! Where do rose hips come from? Yes, you’re correct, roses! But where!? They are the fruit of the roses and are often forgotten about because they fall well after the roses die. Inside of the hips are the seeds. A close relative to the apple, these mineral-rich fruits pack a punch!
Caryophyllene is one of the most abundant terpenes found in cannabis. In fact, it’s so abundant that caryophyllene oxide is what drug-sniffing dogs smell when they identify cannabis. It is well-studied and offers some exciting medical potential, particularly for people dealing with pain, cancer, or alcohol abuse.
While our founder was on the east coast in January, networking with groups like Medicinal Genomics, he witnessed the “Bomb Cyclone”. With temperatures below zero, winds that cut through the body, and ice covering the streets it was a good time to stay inside! We were experiencing quite the opposite in the Sierra Nevada mountains; more and kayaking and hiking than skiing and bundling up by the fire.