Beta-Caryophyllene - Inflammation
Beta-caryophyllene acts through a CB2 receptor dependent pathway, and provides excellent therapeutic anti-inflammatory and analgesic action.
β-caryophyllene is useful in assisting the management of a number of medical issues such as arthritis, neuropathy pain and general inflammation and pain of muscles and joints. Evidence has come to light that the CB2 receptor is of particular interest in anxiety and depressive disorders. Few systematic studies on lab animals had occurred, so scientists set out to experiment the effects of the caryophyllene agonist in the CB2 receptors of animals subjected to stress to measure the antidepressant and anxiolytic effects of the terpene. They found β-caryophyllene to be highly effective in reducing the stress and anxiety exhibited by the animals while undergoing their various stress tests. These promising indications show that β-caryophyllene may prove useful in treating human mood disorders in the future.
β-Caryophyllene is found in many plants such as Thai basils, cloves, cinnamon leaves and black pepper, and in minor quantities in lavender.
Using our terpenes:
Drop 2-10 Drops under your tongue 1-2 times a day.
Rub your choice of terpene on nonsensitive area of your body.
Add your choice of undiluted terpene to a diffuser.
Since our terpenes are of high concentration we recommend that you use a carrier oil to dilute, this will mean you use less, therefore more money in your pocket. This can be with any oil of your choice, such as coconut oil or hemp seed oil. When mixing your terpenes with an oil we suggest a 5% solution. So 5% terpene and 95% carrier oil.
To have a mix at 5% for a 10ml mixture:
Use 9.5ml of carrier oil (coconut oil) + 0.5ml (1%) of HerbBuddy Terpenes (approximately 15 drops)
1ml = 30 drops