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Limonene is a cannabis terpene that is known for its citrusy aroma and flavor. It is also commonly found in lemons, limes, oranges, and other citrus fruits. Limonene is known to have a number of potential benefits and is one of the most commonly found terpenes in cannabis.

Some of the potential benefits of limonene in cannabis include:

  1. Stress relief: Limonene has been shown to have a calming effect on the body and may help reduce stress and anxiety.

  2. Anti-inflammatory properties: Limonene has been found to have anti-inflammatory properties, which may help reduce pain and inflammation.

  3. Antifungal and antibacterial properties: Limonene has been shown to have antifungal and antibacterial properties, which may help fight infections and prevent the growth of harmful microorganisms.

  4. Digestive benefits: Limonene may help improve digestion by increasing the production of digestive enzymes and promoting the movement of food through the digestive tract.

  5. Potential anti-cancer properties: Some studies have suggested that limonene may have anti-cancer properties and may be effective in fighting certain types of cancer.

There do not appear to be any significant side effects associated with limonene, although some people may be sensitive to its aroma and flavor. As with any cannabis product, it is important to use limonene-containing strains responsibly and in moderation.

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Limonene is one of the more studied terpenes. Evidence exists to suggest that limonene provides anti-inflammatoty, antioxidant, antidiabetic and gastroprotective health benefits. Notable among these is its antidiabetic properties. It has been reported that limonene helps lower blood sugar levels and increase "good" cholesterol levels. 

In general, Limonene does not pose a mutagenic, nephrotoxic or carcinogenic threat to human beings. It is considered to possess faily low toxicity. 

Limonene is considered safe for human consumption. The FDA recognizes it as a legitimate and safe food additive. 

Terpene Chart
Valencene anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory & anti-melanogenesis
Trans-Nerolidol anti-cancer, antimicrobial, anti-parasitic & antioxidant
Terpinolene  antibacterial, antifungal & antiseptic
Phytol anti-insomnia, immunosuppressant 
Pinene antidepressant, anti-inflammatory & antimicrobial
Myrcene  relaxing & sedating effect
Linalool Pain relief, anti-anxety, antiepileptic & anti-psychotic
Limonene anti-cancer, anti-cancer, gallstones & digestion 
Humulene  antibacterial, anti-inflammatory & anti-tumor 
Geraniol anti-cancer, antioxidant & neuroprotectant
Eucalyptol antibacterial & antifungal 
Delta 3 Carene  anti-inflammatory & bone stimulant 
Caryophyllene  antibacterial, antifungal & anti-inflammatory 
Camphene  antioxidant, skin lesion 
Borneol antinociceptive & anti-inflammatory 
Bisabolol  anti-inflammatory, anti-irritant & antimicrobial