Yes, our terpenes can be used to vape. Our products are highly concentrated and meant for diluting in very low doses in various solutions. Please note that our bookworm lawyers would like us to inform you that before vaping with our products you should consult a physician.
No, you will not find ANY vegetable glycerin, propylene glycol, polyethylene glycol, coconut oil, mct, or any other fillers in our line of products.
Shelf Life is 6-12 months depending on the environment it is stored in, we recommend storing in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.
No. Our line of Products do not contain any cannabinoids like THC, CBD, and CBN.
Our terpenes are all sourced in the United States and are all botanically derived from plant materials.
No they do not. We use vacuum distillation to keep the terpene as pure as possible.
For the most part, yes! There are a few rules and restrictions for certain areas, so please contact us before placing orders outside the lower 48 states.
There are a plethora of applications for each terpene, but first and foremost the terpenes must be diluted. Please refer to our mixing guide for more info.
Terpenes are highly concentrated and should be used with caution. Even though they are found in a variety of natural fruits and plants, they should not be eaten or drank in full concentration. Terpenes can be used to flavor foods, however, it is vital to fully dilute them.
The difference between essentail oils and terpenes is the fact that terpenes are a component of essential oils. Once you distill an essential oil, one of the main components that will be extracted are terpenes. Similarly though, terpenes can trigger certain feelings through smell, exactly like essential oils.
The best storage location would be in a cool dark area with the lid(s) firmly attached. To prolong the shelf life of your terpenes, you could also refrigerate them, shelf life is about 6-12 months.
Freezing terpenes will not normally damage them, but extreme temperatures can separate terpenes.
Terpenes should NEVER be stored in plastic, as the terpenes can degrade the plastic resulting in the terpenes adopting an abhorrent taste. ALWAYS store terpenes/distillate in glass.