Moon’s dense buds are thickly coated in trichomes. This strain sure stands out with it’s rich forest green and purple hues. Terpenes like Cymene, Eucalyptol and Alpha Pinene give Moon it’s distinct herbal and earthy aroma with undertones of pine.
Healers have used a-pinene for centuries. They’d scrape bark from coniferous trees, make a resin, and use this to treat people with congestion or parasitic infections. The Dutch would also use alpha pinene-containing juniper berries to make healing tonics.
Cymene is a centring terpene with woody, spicy, and citrus notes. It is found in herbs and spices such as coriander, oregano, thyme, and cumin. It has been associated with anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties.
Eucalyptol (or cineol) is a revitalizing terpene that presents as a cooling, minty aroma, and is found naturally in bay leaves, tea trees, and eucalyptus trees. When it comes to its medicinal value, eucalyptol relieves pain but also slows the growth of bacteria and fungus. Although it is still in the early stages of research, this terpene has shown some potential promising effects on Alzheimer’s as well.
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