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Eugenol: Cannabis Terpene Profile

Eugenol terpene properties clove digestive

Molecular Formula: C10 H12 O2

Boiling Point: 489°F/225°C

The scent of Eugenol is Spicy, and Woody. Eugenol occurs naturally in Basil, Bay Leaf, Nutmeg, Anise, Clove and Cinnamon. Many who are familiar with this terpenoid know it as the comforting smell emanating from a holiday feast.  

Pairs well with: Roasted pork, fennel, beef stew, mulled cider and wine, curry and rice dishes, rice pudding, roasted potatoes and pickles.

The Beneficial Effects of the Eugenol Terpene

Eugenol Terpenes have been found to assist with digestion with related secondary effects.

Eugenol has also been studied for its effectiveness as a/an:

  • Anti-Septic
  • Anaesthetic
  • Intellectual Stimulant
  • Anti-Spasmodic 
  • Flatulence
  • Fungicide 
  • Reversing Nerve Damage 

*As with all information on this website, this is not medical advice - please consult a doctor for medical advice and information that relates to your specific situation.

Cannabis Cultivars Containing the Eugenol Terpene

Amnesia Haze, White Shark, OG Kush, Lemon G, Citrus Kush, Headband, Afghani, Sweet Skunk, Great White, Agent Orange, Harlequin