Although its heritage isn’t well known, Desert Lime’s wide variety of terpenes, including Terpinolene, Myrcene and Caryophyllene, make this balanced hybrid a cannaseur favorite.
It's not just THC that runs the show. Terpene profiles influence the "high" one experiences. They play a key role in differentiating the aroma, taste, and effects of each strain.
Also found in nutmeg, tea tree and lilacs, Terpinolene is a fresh, focused terp thought to also have antifungal properties.
Mother of all terpenes, Myrcene, the calming element also found in hops and lemongrass.
Caryophyllene is the element that gives black pepper its bite and can provide anti-inflammatory effects, easily binding to CB2 receptors.