Wholesale Terpenes for Sale
All of our liquid wholesale terpenes are organic, non-GMO, and food-grade terpenes. They come from different plant sources around the globe. You can use them individually to get the best out of each terpene, or combine them in different ways for product development. There are many cannabis-derived bulk & wholesale terpenes.
Available wholesale terpenes Isolates
- Alpha Bisabolol
- Alpha Phellandrene
- Alpha Pinene
- Beta Caryophyllene
- Beta Pinene
- Delta 3 Carene
- Gamma Terpinene
- Dog Walker OG
- Cookies for Girl scout
- Sunset Sherbet
- Super Lemon Haze
- XJ-13 Hybrid
- OG Kush
- Cherry Pie
- Durban Poison
- Green Crack
- Pineapple Express
- Sativa Blend
- Super Sour Diesel
- Train wreck
- Blue Dream
- Lemon Skunk
- Goji OG
- Wi-Fi OG
- Grandaddy Purple
- Tahoe OG
- Gorilla Glue #4
- Blue Cheese
- Orange Cookies
- SFV OG
- Banana Kush
TYPICAL WHOLESALE TERPENE EFFECT PROFILES
There are endless possibilities! Ask about custom formulations and additional effect profiles.
AWARD WINNING Pure CANNABIS WHOLESALE TERPENES for sale Available in Bulk and Wholesale
You can now add real, affordable, and legal cannabis terpenes into any product formulation! !
We offer the best quality, award-winning, cannabis derived and plant-derived terpene formulations. All of our cannabis terpenes come from the original strain and have zero cannabinoids. Our all-natural terpenes allow customers to create custom CBD oil formulas. Our plant-derived terpenes come from other plants and are then combined by our aromatic chemists in order to replicate the aroma of any cannabis strain. To replicate your favorite strain more accurately, we even add pure organic flavonoids. Our cannabis-derived or plant-derived terpenes can be added to your E-liquid , Tincture, Hemp Oil, CBD rich cannabis oil formulation. You can buy our organic terpene formulas wholesale or in bulk in almost any strain.
**Availability may vary due to supply and demand constraints.
We also sell Pure Food Grade Terpenes, Organic Terpenes, and Plant Derived Terpenes in Bulk or Wholesale. Pinene and Camphene are also available. There may be some variation in availability due to demand and supply constraints.
Wholesale Cannabis-derived Terpenes for Sale
The essence of cannabis is the cannabis essential oils. These bio chemicals, along with cannabinoids such as THC and CBD, create the taste and aroma profiles for every strain. Terpenes, a major chemical component of essential oils of Cannabis, have been a popular buzzword in the industry. There are many other types of biochemicals in essential oils that provide flavor, aroma, and biological effects. While much is known about terpenes, their medicinal and recreational uses, there is still much to be learned about the chemical interactions that create the entourage effect.
We only use pure, organic, authentic, and functional terpenes. We have the best extraction technology and partnerships in the world to produce the highest quality and most effective cannabis terpenes.
Our Wholesale Terpenes are Unique – What’s the secret?
Affordable Our terpene formulas are among the most affordable cannabis-derived and plant-derived extracts available. This is due to our proprietary extraction methods, sourcing and formulations team.
California & Colorado Sourced – Our terpene formulations come from the most advanced Cannabis economies around the world, allowing for access to the best strains in the world.
Consistent Our proprietary process creates strains using enriched cannabis extracts, which are then analyzed for known Terpene profiles. This control ensures that every batch of cannabis extracts is consistent.
Effective We have received feedback from many thousand customers so far that our products offer effective and synergistic recreational and medicinal effects when combined with CBD and THC.
Flavorful Many of our enriched profiles have flavor and aroma compounds that were not extracted using traditional methods. These terpene products are some the most flavorful available.
Pure Third-party tests ensure that customers are assured that all products are made from quality ingredients. Multiple purification methods are used to remove any remaining contaminants or toxins after the extraction process.
Transparency We believe transparency is the key to quality products; our goal is peace of mind. Every batch of our products is tested by third parties and follows industry best practices. Our terpene standards include 0% THC, no pesticides or Microbial Contaminants, and no solvents.
Proven Leader Our terpenes have earned accolades internationally through our exclusive partnership with many of the top cannabis oil pen brands. One of our partners was recently named the top THC distillate vaporized pen in Southern California. He also won First Place at The Karma Cup in Canada.
Proven Technology Our terpenes were produced using proprietary fractional distillation technology and purification techniques. The control and consistency of product can be achieved through fractionation. We recreate the flavor profiles and effectiveness of known strains. Collectively, our extraction team has over 30 years of experience in cannabis extraction.
Science-Driven – The core of our technology is our understanding of biochemistry at its genomic level. The entourage effect is revealed by studying the genetic code of the strains used in our products. Collectively, our team has over 40 years’ experience in genomic biotechnology and have worked with some of today’s most prominent figures in genomics.
Scalability Our technology platform can scale to industrial levels. This will allow prices to drop as market demand rises.
Key Cannabis Wholesale Terpenes
Beta-caryophyllene, a sesquiterpene, is found in numerous plants, including cloves, black pepper, cinnamon leaves, cloves and Thai basils. It can also be found in small quantities in lavender. Its aroma can be described as spicy, peppery, and/or woody. Caryophyllene (CB2) is the only known terpene that interacts with the endocannabinoid systems. Research shows that b-caryophyllene is promising for cancer treatment plans. Research has shown that b-caryophyllene selectively binds the CB2 receptor, and is a functional CB2 antagonist. Furthermore, b-caryophyllene has been identified as a functional CB2 receptor ligand that is non-psychoactive in food and as a macrocyclic anti-inflammatory cannabinoid.
Monoterpene Camphene emits the pungent smells of damp woods and fir needles. Camphene could play an important role in the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Clinical trials have shown that camphene lowers plasma cholesterol levels and triglycerides among hyperlipidemic rats. This study provides insight into the possibility of camphene being used in place of pharmaceutical lipid-lowering agents that have been proven to cause liver damage, intestinal problems and inflammation. This alone merits further investigation.
Delta-3-carene, a bicyclic monoterpene, has a sweet, pungent smell. It can be found in essential oils that are beneficial and healthy, such as juniper berry oil, fir needle oil, and cypress oil. Delta-3-carene, in higher concentrations can cause central nervous system depression. It is used to dry out body fluids such as sweat, tears, and mucus.
Humulene, also known as a humulene or a-caryophyllene, is a sesquiterpene that is an isomer b-caryophyllene. Humulene can be found in hops and cannabis sativa strains and other wholesale terpene profiles. Humulene gives beer its distinctive ‘hoppy aroma. Humulene has anti-tumor and anti-bacterial properties. It also suppresses appetite. Humulene has been used in combination with b-caryophyllene to treat inflammation. Humulene has long been used in Chinese medicine. It acts as an appetite suppressant and aids in weight loss.
Linalool, a monoterpenoid, has floral and lavender undertones. Linalool is a monoterpenoid that promotes calming and relaxing effects. Linalool has been used as a sleep aid for hundreds of years. Linalool reduces anxiety caused by pure THC. This makes it useful in treating both anxiety and psychosis. Linalool can boost the immune system, reduce inflammation in the lungs and restore cognitive and emotional function. This makes it useful for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease.
Monoterpenoids such as limonene are monoterpenoid compounds that are one of the two main compounds made from pinene. Limonene has strong citrusy scents that smell like limes, lemons, and oranges. Limonene-rich varieties promote an overall uplift in mood, attitude, and mood. This citrusy terpene, which is also found in peppermint, rosemary, juniper, and juniper, is the main constituent of citrus fruit rinds. It can also be found in many pine needle oils. Inhalation is a great way to absorb Limonene and it quickly makes its way into the bloodstream. Clinical studies have shown that it aids in the absorption other terpenes via the skin and other tissues.
Myrcene (specifically b-myrcene) is a monoterpene. It is the most commonly produced terpene from cannabis. Some varieties even contain as much as 60% of the essential oils. Its aroma is described as herbal, musky, and earthy – similar to cloves. High levels of myrcene in cannabis (usually higher than 0.5%) result in the well-known “couchlock” effect in classic Indica medicinal cannabis strains. Myrcene can be found in oils of hops and citrus fruits, oil of eucalyptus or wild thyme as well as lemon grass, bay leaves, eucalyptus and many other places.
Other plants. Myrcene is a medicinal compound with special properties of our wholesale terpenes. It lowers the resistance to the blood brain barrier. This allows it and other chemicals to pass the barrier more easily and faster.
Phellandrene can be described as pepperminty with a mild citrus scent. Phellandrene has special medicinal properties. Traditional Chinese Medicine has used it to treat digestive problems. It is one the most important compounds in turmeric oil. This oil is used to treat and prevent systemic fungal infections.
Pinene is akin to its name. It has distinct aromas of pine, fir and other woody scents. Pinene is a monoterpene that is vitally important for both animals and plants. It reacts with chemicals to form a variety of terpenes and other compounds. Pinene is used as an expectorant, bronchodilator, and anti-inflammatory in medicine. Clinical studies show that THC’s effects may be diminished if it is mixed with pinene.
Three monoterpenoids that are closely related to each other are terpinen-4, a-Terpineol and 4-terpineol. Terpineol’s aroma has been compared with flower blossoms and lilacs. High levels of pinene in cannabis can mask the fragrances of Terpineol. Terpineol is known for its relaxing and calming effects, particularly a-terpineol. It has anti-malarial, AChe inhibitor, and antibiotic properties.
Terpinolene, a component of rosemary and sage, is also found in oil derived from Monterey Cypress. It is used in perfumes and soaps. It repels insects well. Terpinolene has a piney scent with subtle floral and herbal nuances. It has a sweet taste that is reminiscent of citrus fruits such as oranges and lemons. Terpinolene is a central nervous system depressant that can be used to induce sleep, drowsiness, or psychological excitement and anxiety. Terpinolene also markedly reduced the expression of AKT1 protein in K562 cells, and inhibited cell growth involved in a variety human cancers.