What is Linalool?

what is linalool

Linalool is a terpene found in flowers and spice plants. This terpene is known for its pleasant scent which is similar to lavender. Therefore it is no wonder why it is used in the following:

  • Creams
  • Shampoo
  • Cosmetics
  • Cleaning agents
  • Soap
  • Perfumes

Plants which contain the terpene include lavender, mint, laurels, cinnamon, citrus fruits, birch trees, cannabis and more.

In this blog we will share what the benefits of Linalool are when found in full spectrum CBD. Full spectrum CBD has the entourage effect as it offers numerous other terpenes which have further benefits.

What are the benefits of Linalool?

This terpene has been known to have a calming effect on the body and mind. Therefore it acts as a potential antidepressant. Its sedative nature can help to combat insomnia and assist with sleep disorders.

There have been studies to suggest that the terpene has anti-inflammatory properties. This could be beneficial to those who suffer with joint pain and inflammation. It also shows promise in helping with seizure disorders, such as epilepsy.

Linalool can also act as a mosquito repellent. There have been interesting studies on how using a diffuser containing the terpene can keep the bugs at bay. When you have Linalool in your system from Full Spectrum CBD, your body should repel them.

What is full spectrum CBD

Full Spectrum CBD is extracted differently to CBD isolate. Full Spectrum CBD is a distilled oil which doesn’t lose plant matter (terpenes) in the extraction process. This means that you get other therapeutic benefits than you would with using CBD in isolation. It is a little more expensive, however you get a bigger bang for your buck because it contains terpenes such as Linalool.

Where can I buy Linalool?

You can find terpenes such as Linalool within Full Spectrum CBD. You can buy this online at CBDStar. CBD is legal here in the UK. It comes from the cannabis plant, however it doesn’t contain THC which means it is legal.

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Click here to find out about other terpenes.

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