Blood Orange Terpenes
Blood Orange is a well balanced blend of citrus and herbaceous notes. Unlike most orange strains which are highest in Limonene, the primary terpene in this profile is actually Myrcene. What makes this strain have a more characteristic orange aroma is the presence of the minor non-terpene compounds like Decanol and Nonanol. Both of these constituents have been identified in citrus-dominant cultivars and also are natural to many citrus fruits. Both compounds smell faintly of citrus peels with waxy and floral undertones and they are accentuated by Citronellol, Nerol, and of course Valencene (named after Valencia oranges). While this profile is undoubtedly orange up front, it does contain a subtle skunky undertone and herbaceous characteristic from the HDT base making it ideal for those looking for something with a more natural citrus characteristic.
Blood Orange Terpene Profile:
30+ minor compounds (HDT full spec base)
Warning: Terpenes can be potentially dangerous in their undiluted form. Intended for use in aromatherapy applications. Flammable liquid and vapor. Terpenes can be toxic if swallowed. Terpenes can cause skin irritation. Terpenes can cause an allergic reaction. Causes serious eye irritation. If swallowed or if exposed to eyes, immediately call poison control center or physician. Keep out of reach of children.