Diterpenes and Sesquiterpenes


As you can see in the image above, the research is widely available on sesquiterpenes and diterpenes and their use.


Taken from Wikipedia:

Bisabolol, or more formally α-(−)-bisabolol or also known as levomenol,[1] is a natural monocyclic sesquiterpene alcohol. It is a colorless viscous oil that is the primary constituent of the essential oil from German chamomile (Matricaria recutita) and Myoporum crassifolium.[2] It is poorly soluble in water and glycerin, but soluble in ethanol.[3] The enantiomer, α-(+)-bisabolol, is also found naturally but is rare. Synthetic bisabolol is usually a racemic mixture of the two, α-(±)-bisabolol.