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Blueberry Terpenes Effects and Uses

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Blueberry Terpenes

If you search for a hybrid that is both delicious and beneficial, blueberry terpenes are the answer. It is delicious and has built itself a reputation because of the numerous terpenes it consists of. As a result, this is one of the highest-selling strains in the community, especially in the industry. This is mainly because of its fruity scent and flavor. Keep reading this article to learn more about the effects and uses of organic terpenes in blueberry strains.

Blueberry Terpene Profile

The blueberry strain measures highest in b-myrcene, a-pinene, b-caryophyllene, a-humulene, b-pinene, d-limonene, acimene, phytol, nerolidol, and linalool. These terpenes are responsible for the flavor of the strain and possess several health benefits. Mentioned here are the effects and uses of the more noticeable terpenes.


One of the more commonly found terpenes in cannabis, this is the most potent terpene in the blueberry strain. You can also find trace amounts of it in thyme, hops, and bay leaves. Myrcene is more responsible for an earthy and musky scent with its sweet taste profile. Some of its health benefits include:

  1. Anti-inflammatory properties
  2. Analgesic properties; and,
  3. Antibacterial action


Apart from cannabis plants, you can find b-caryophyllene in cinnamon, black pepper, rosemary leaves, basil, and cloves. This terpene has a somewhat spicy flavor and produces a strong woody scent. B-caryophyllene can help with pain relief and has also shown signs of slowing down the growth of cancer cells. However, how much it helps with cancer cells is still under study.

Alpha Pinene:

Alpha Pinene is found mainly in the oils of several coniferous trees, and this terpene lets out a strong pine-like smell. This terpene gets its name from pine trees. You can also find A-pinene in rosemary, and it tastes like resins pine with hints of orange peel and basil. Studies have shown how a-pinene can help with:

  1. Asthma symptoms
  2. Inflammation
  3. Gastric issues
  4. Neural damage
  5. Convulsions


Linalool is more commonly found in spice plants and flowers and lets out a distinctive floral scent with hints of spice. The terpene has a slightly spicy taste and several strong therapeutic effects. Linalool is also used in diffusers for aromatherapy. Some of the health benefits of linalool include the ability to:

  1. Reduce pain
  2. Better cognitive function
  3. Help with inflammation
  4. Bacteria growth


As is evident from the name, limonene comes with a strong citrusy scent, similar to oranges and lemons. It is naturally found in citrus fruits and mostly orange peels and tastes typically like citrus fruits. Some of the main health benefits of limonene include:

  1. Anti-inflammatory action
  2. Anxiolytic actions
  3. Reducing appetite
  4. Helping with digestion

These are some of the primary terpenes you can find in a blueberry strain. While there are other terpenes as well, and their effects are generally subdued as the content of these terpenes are much more. However, these terpenes are responsible for most of the health benefits, flavor, and smell you receive from Blueberry strains.


Do blueberries have terpenes?

There are tart, citrusy undertones to the flavor of Blueberry Terpene Flavor that overlaid with vanilla and a floral base. Aromatic compounds are combined with an effects-rich terpene base to create Terpene Flavors.

What is a Blueberry hybrid?

Many people think that Blueberry is an Indica, but it is a hybrid that comes from Afghani and Thai landrace strains.

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