Taste The Terpenes Was A Success 🙌🏆🥇🎯💯

Tuesday, February 13, 2024

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With great excitement and gratitude, we reflect on the tremendous success of Taste The Terpenes, an event hosted by Terpene Flashcards. We're still buzzing with energy from the enriching discussions, delightful tastings, and invaluable connections made throughout the day.

We extend our deepest appreciation to our esteemed contributors, Dr. Leah Johnson and Maureen 'Mo' Smyth, whose dedication to cannabis education added immeasurable value to the event. We hope these insights illuminated the intricate world of terpenes and inspired us all to delve deeper into their therapeutic potential.

At Taste the Terpenes, we delved deep into the captivating world of cannabis terpenes, showcasing some of the most common terpenes found in this remarkable plant. Each terpene offers a unique aroma profile and potential therapeutic benefits, enriching the cannabis experience in profound ways. Let's take a brief journey through these primary terpenes and their remarkable properties:

1. Beta-Caryophyllene: Known for its spicy and peppery aroma, Beta-Caryophyllene stands out among terpenes for its dual role as a cannabinoid. By binding to CB2 receptors, it may offer anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving effects, making it a valuable addition to the entourage effect.

2. Ocimene: Contributing to cannabis's diverse scent profile, Ocimene boasts a sweet, citrusy, and herbaceous aroma. Found in various fruits and plants like mint and basil, it is believed to possess antifungal and anti-inflammatory properties, enhancing both aroma and potential therapeutic benefits.

3. Limonene: With its citrusy aroma, Limonene adds a refreshing touch to many cannabis strains. Beyond its pleasant scent, Limonene may offer mood-enhancing effects and potential stress relief, making it a favorite among cannabis enthusiasts seeking a lift in spirits.

4. Linalool: Renowned for its floral and lavender-like fragrance, Linalool is often associated with relaxation and stress relief. Found in various aromatic plants, it is believed to possess sedative and anxiolytic properties, offering a soothing experience for both body and mind.

5. Myrcene: As one of the most abundant terpenes in cannabis, Myrcene contributes to the earthy, musky aroma found in many strains. Known for its sedative effects, it may contribute to the "couch-lock" sensation, making it a go-to choice for relaxation and unwinding after a long day.

6. Pinene: True to its name, Pinene exudes a distinct piney aroma reminiscent of fresh pine forests. Found in conifer trees and herbs like rosemary and sage, it may offer bronchodilator effects and potential memory enhancement, adding depth to the entourage effect.

7. Terpinolene: With a complex aroma profile featuring floral, herbal, and citrus notes, Terpinolene adds a unique dimension to cannabis strains. While less common, it is found in various fruits and spices and may possess antioxidant and sedative properties, further enhancing the entourage effect.

A heartfelt thank you to our sesh sponsors for their generous support, and a special round of applause to Lynnette Shaw, founder of Marin Alliance CBC, for gracing us with her presence and contributing to the vibrant atmosphere of learning and exploration.

We are immensely grateful to every guest who joined us, bringing their passion and curiosity to the table. The Cannabis Public School (CPS) provided the perfect backdrop for our journey into terpenes, and with the assistance of Terpene Tasting Kit and The Zen Co. vape device, the experience was truly unforgettable.

As we look ahead, we are filled with excitement for the future of cannabis education and exploration. Please stay tuned to www.terpeneflashcards.com for updates on our next Taste the Terpenes event and more exciting information surrounding terpenes. Additionally, be on the lookout for an upcoming Skunk Magazine article covering the event, soon to be published online.

Thank you once again for your unwavering support and participation. Here's to many more successful events and enriching experiences ahead!

Kind regards!
Tony Bowles, Founder
Terpene Flashcards Company

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Hi, I Am Tony Bowles

Founder at Terpene Flashcards
Founder, ASA-Maryland Chapter
Chairman, ASA-Bay Area Chapter

Tony has spent time as a cannabis activist in DC, founding the original ASA-Maryland Chapter. More recently, Tony has spent time in San Francisco, CA, as the chairman of the ASA - Bay Area Chapter. Tony spends the majority of his time curating individual cannabis experiences.

He dedicates his life to patient advocacy and enterprise level trainings for local and national cannabis companies alike.

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