Where Do Terpenes Come From?

Flowers, plants, bushes and trees including but not limited to fruits, vegetables, conifers, eucalyptus, lavender, coriander, caraway, lemon grass, lilies, carnations, roses, rosemary, sage, mint, thyme, violets and many other plants or plant parts (roots, rhizomes, stems, leaves, blossoms, fruits, seed) are known to smell pleasantly, to taste spicy, or to exhibit specific pharmacological activities. Terpenes create those specific, different effects. There are over 80,000 known terpenes in nature..

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