Interlude is a Sativa-dominant phenotype of the high-CBD cannabis strain, Cannatonic. One remarkable characteristic is its THC:CBD ratio of 1:15, meaning this strain induces little to no intoxicating effects. Interlude has an aroma that consists of notes of pine and woody undertones, with large, airy flowers that typically have a substantial amount of resin.
Caryophyllene is a balancing terpene common in basil, oregano, hops, and rosemary, and in spices such as cloves, caraway, black pepper, and cinnamon. It commonly presents notes of spice and pepper and has been associated with anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects. The terpene beta-caryophyllene (BCP) shows promise for potentially helping treat anxiety and depression.
Pinene is an energizing terpene found in pine needles as well as orange peels, parsley, dill, and sage. It is also the most common terpene in the world. It delivers trademark scents of fresh pine and sweet wood.