Few things have been as exciting to the storied cannabis cultivation community as the continuously developing laboratory studies that let us know how each compound (in the categories of both cannabinoids and terpenes) drives the flavor profiles and effects of our favorite cannabis strains. This lab data is used by master growers and breeders to produce the busiest terpene profiles of the successful strains. Terpenes are the third leg on the metaphorical bar stool that represents successful cannabis with wide appeal, in addition to the two legs representing the reasonable amount of cannabinoids and their preservation through production and post-production.  So make sure your products are full of rich terpenes, at Budderweeds, you can see many such strains. The same applies to CBD, it doesn’t matter if you’re looking for thebest CBD oil or CBD lube. These days, the various experiences of both the body and mind on cannabis are associated with certain terpenes. Three award-winning strains we discuss below, demonstrate the significance of terpenes when generating a winner:

Zkittlez (with Beta-Caryophyllene):

Dominant terpenes: Beta-caryophyllene (0.75%); Humulene (0.33%)

The Zkittlez strain has shown that great cannabis can be grown outdoors: Its terpenes, more than its Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), place the strain repeatedly in the list of the winner. Zkittlez's dominant terpene is beta-caryophyllene, laboratory reports show. It is so iconic, rumors say that they train drug-sniffing police dogs with this strain. The peppery, dank, herbaceous complexity of beta-caryophyllene combines with a diverse mixture of secondary terpenes captured by humulene, the earthy, woody, and hoppy terpene, as well as floral linalool, 

Rozé (with Myrcene):

Dominant terpenes: Pinene (0.87%); Myrcene (0.45%)

There are not many terpenes left that have not already been placed on the flavor spectrum. There is really nothing stronger than a strain with high levels of myrcene, and THC, as it contributes to the sedating body high of cannabis. But that is just a cup of tea for some people, and Rozé's can serve that myrcene and THC high, laboratory reports show.
The alerting terpene pinene is to balance out myrcene's ‘couch lock’ effect. Both are bronchodilators that open up and can reduce inflammation of the airways. Correct forest therapy in a jar. For the growers, Third Gen Family, and the Dying Breed Seeds team, finding trophy-level terps started early. They started early in the growing season to find Zkittlez's best offspring, going out early in the morning when the terpenes are the loudest.

Super Lemon Haze: (with Limonene):

Dominant terpenes: Beta-caryophyllene (0.48%); Limonene (0.44%)

Few things in the world are as uplifting as a strain packed with the citrine burst of limonene. Its flavor profile has kept the strain at the top of the food chain for 10 years since winning back-to-back Cannabis Cups in Amsterdam, as expressed in award-winning California samples of Super Lemon Haze. Americans in Amsterdam scooped up Super Lemon Haze like California farmers C.R.A.F.T. and hunted down rare offspring to take to the market. 

In C.R.A.F.T.'s Cup-winning Sativa, laboratory data shows limonene as the second most abundant terpene by volume, behind beta-caryophyllene. In contrast, surveys of cannabis samples from Washington found less limonene and more terpinolene. To create the lemon smell of cannabis, multiple terpenes combine together.

Author's Bio: 

A blogger from TX.