Marijuana Edibles And Terpenes

As more states in the U.S. continue to legalize marijuana for recreational use, there is a greater demand than ever for terpenes. With many in the business looking to take a more natural and organic route with the production of edibles, the need for organic terpene varieties is becoming a bigger need than ever. Companies like Sweet Grass Kitchen that make marijuana edibles are creating flavor variates that the public are eating up like THC candies.

So how many flavor profiles can be added to marijuana edibles? Well, the answer is pretty much unlimited. Terpenes are in everything and can be extracted to create flavor profiles of plants, fruits, vegetables, and just about anything else that has an aromatic profile.

Companies like Xtra Laboratories are producing some of the best organic terpenes with natural flavor profiles that are giving an exciting new twist to marijuana edibles. Growers and producers are infusing these products with concentrated flavor profiles that are changing the experience for consumers.

With concentrated terpene profiles like “Sour D” infused into marijuana edibles and CBD products, users are enjoying strain specific edibles. In addition, users can enjoy a vast variety of flavor profiles of common things like cake, candy, and cannabis strains. Terpenes can be infused into edibles, drinks, and any other consumable form of these products.

The demand for terpenes will soon reach heights of popularity that will equal that of CBD isolates and other cannabidiols. Terpenes will lead the way in the cannabis revolution as a part of the business that many overlooked. I foresee the Terpene market becoming as big as the CBD market and creating an industry that will thrive on the production of marijuana and CBD consumables.

Terpene flavor combinations will eventually be produced and made available for the cannabis market. Here are some common organic terpene flavor profiles that are currently on the market and available for infusion with edibles.

Common Organic Terpenes

  • Limonene
  • Pinene
  • Myrcene
  • Linalool
  • Delta-3-Carene
  • Eucalyptol
  • Beta-Caryophyllene
  • Humulene
  • Borneol
  • Terpineol

These terpene profiles are commonly found in nature in herbs and fruits like citrus, hops, lavender, black pepper, and pine needles. The process and business of extracting rich flavor profiles for the consumable marijuana market is just beginning. Stick around, grab a bag of Wanna, and enjoy the ride!