The Cannabis Review | Terpenes
Cannabinoids | Terpenes | Conditions | Effects
Terpenes are molecules partially responsible for the aroma and taste of cannabis. They are naturally present in a number of fruits, spices, herbs and other vegetation, and research shows they have many potential medical applications.The Cannabis Review | Terpenes is a collection of scientific studies that identify conditions treated by terpenes, by what mechanism, the magnitude of that effect, and the amount of the terpene used in the study.
This is the measurement of the nature and methodology of the scientific study.
|Double-blind, placebo controlled clinical study|
|Open clinical trial study; no control group and no blinded clinical trial|
|Non-human subject research on isolated cannabis compound|
|Non-human subject research on cannabis compound in a mixture|
Magnitude of Effect
This identifies how effective the biological activity of the terpene was in treating the
|major||Biological activity has a major effect on the condition|
|moderate||Biological activity has a moderate effect on the condition|
|minor||Biological activity has a minor effect on the condition|
The following are scientific studies that have shown the effectiveness of terpenes treating specific conditions.
Study names are linked to the studies, click to view.
The following are study reviews and other materials of note
The information on this page is not a substitute for medical advice. Consult with your physician or caregiver. Please let us know if we’re missing any relevant studies, or if you’ve identiﬁed any mistakes within this page.