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Sabinene is a major component of carrot seed oil and the key flavoring component of black pepper. It is possible to isolate it from the essential oils of many plants including the Holm oak, Norway spruce, and tea tree. As a monoterpene, it is used in aromatherapy but equally used as a flavoring in food or fragrance manufacturing.

Sabinene has been studied for its utility in soothing problematic skin conditions, relieving arthritis pain, and easing digestion. Sabinene has been demonstrated to have anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antimicrobial, antioxidant, and antibacterial properties.

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Studies have shown Sabinene to possess antifungal, antimicrobial, antioxidant and antibacterial properties. The terpene has been used to manage skin conditions and relieve pain for arthritis. 

Sabinene is primarily found in carrot seed oil where it is a major component. It also plays a contributory role in the spiciness of black pepper. In tea tree oil and the essential oils of nutmeg, Laurus nobilis and Clausena anisata, Sabinene occurs in relatively lower concentrations. 

Sabinene is known for its uses in flavoring and fragrances. Sabinene has a spicy peppery smell that is not too pungent and a woody herbaceous scent. Its spicy note is evident in its role as a flavoring agent in black pepper.