Other Cannabinoids and Terpenes Often Found in Full-Spectrum CBD Tinctures

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Other Cannabinoids and Terpenes Often Found in Full-Spectrum CBD Tinctures

12 September 2022
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There are many different CBD tinctures on the market. Some of them are sold as "full-spectrum" CBD tinctures, which means they contain not only CBD, but also other helpful cannabinoids and terpenes from hemp flowers. Which cannabinoids and terpenes are present varies somewhat depending on the hemp strain, but some are quite common. Learn about them below.


CBG, or cannabigerol, is a cannabinoid that is similar to CBD. It has many of the same benefits as CBD. It helps reduce inflammation, ease anxiety, and relax away pain. CBG, however, tends to be more energizing than CBD. For this reason, people often use CBG-rich tinctures during the daytime. With a full-spectrum CBD oil high in THC, you can enjoy the benefits of cannabinoids without as much drowsiness.


CBN, or cannabinol, is another common cannabinoid found in many CBD tinctures. Its key properties tend to be pain relief and relaxation. As such, people often take tinctures high in CBN if they need to take the edge off of pain before bedtime. If a tincture contains both CBG and CBN, the two tend to cancel each other out as far as their energizing versus relaxing effects are considered.


Linalool is a naturally occurring terpene found in many strains of hemp, and therefore in a lot of full-spectrum CBD oils. It smells similar to lavender. Linalool is known for its effects on mood. Specifically, it can ease depression and anxiety symptoms. Some people also find that it eases insomnia and helps them sleep at night.


Pinene is a terpene which, as the name suggests, smells like pine. It is known for its pain-relieving properties and also for its ability to calm the respiratory tract. If you struggle with allergies that keep you up at night, look for a CBD oil high in pinene.


Myrcene is a terpene found in both hops and hemp, so if you find a CBD tincture that smells a little like beer, it is likely high in myrcene. This terpene is known for its energizing effects and is a good choice for those who use CBD during the day. It is also thought to contribute to pain and inflammation relief.

Now that you know a bit more about these terpenes and cannabinoids, you should have a better idea of what you're getting when you buy a full-spectrum CBD tincture. Check the label to see which specific cannabinoids and terpenes the product contains, and go from there.

For more information, contact a CBD supplier in your area such as Nunn  Better Health & Wellness.