Snoop Dogg OG
A potent cross between popular Lemon OG and Sour Diesel strains, Snoop Dogg OG is an indica-dominant hybrid with high levels of THC and an iconic diesel aroma. Top Terps: Caryophyllene, Myrcene, Limonene, Humulene, Linalool.
Snoop Dogg OG Information
Snoop Dogg OG by SunMed
Commonly associated with soothing, uplifting and euphoric effects, Snoop Dogg OG is considered potentially beneficial for chronic pain, anxiety and muscle spasms.
Caryophyllene, Myrcene, Limonene, Humulene, Linalool
Cinnamon, hops, lemon, lavender and pine.
Lemon OG x Sour Diesel
Terpenes in Cannabis
Terpenes are the primary constituents of essential oils and are responsible for the aroma characteristics of cannabis. Together with the cannabinoids, terpenes illustrate synergic and/or entourage effect and their interactions have only been speculated in for the last few decades.
Terpenes - Limonene
Limonene terpenes are aromatic compounds found in cannabis (and elsewhere - such as in the rinds of lemons, limes, and oranges). Limonene terpenes are often identified by their citrusy, zesty fragrance and flavor. In its essential oil form, limonene is often used in cleaning products, cosmetics, and to add citrusy flavors to foods.
Terpenes - Myrcene
Commonly found in lemongrass, hop (Humulus Lupulus), mango, verbena, bay leaves, and thyme, among others. It is the most abundant terpene in cannabis. Beyond cannabis, myrcene is found in hops and is responsible for the peppery, spicy, balsam fragrance in beer. It’s also expressed in lemongrass, which has been used in traditional folk medicine for centuries.
Terpenes - Linalool
Linalool smells like flowers . . .is commonly found in many botanicals due to its calming and soothing nature. Linalool is the main compound making up lavender and is also found in rosewood, birch trees, laurel, mint and cinnamon.
Terpenes - Caryophyllene
Found in aromatic oils like rosemary and clove oil, and in nature it’s most commonly found in hops, cloves, black pepper, oregano, cinnamon, and basil. It’s responsible for the slight bite of pungency associated with smelling cracked pepper.
Terpenes - Humulene
Responsible for the earthy and woody aroma associated with cannabis, also found in hops, often regarded as one of the key ingredients that make beer taste bitter and “hoppy.”