SUSTAINABLY SUNGROWN.

TERPENES


Taste the Difference

In Terpenes We Trust


Puffin Farm has developed a reputation for producing recreational varieties treasured for their rich and intoxicating aromas and flavors. Terpenes are molecules also known as essential oils that impart the aroma in plants.

The entourage effect, a term coined by Dr. Ethan Russo, is driven by the terpene content of the plant. The entourage effect refers to the collective synergistic action of all the constituents. Other cannabinoids such as CBD, CBG, and CBC are also contributors to the entourage effect.

Terpenes are the reason why different cultivars create different effects. They are responsible for the energetic, paranoid, couch lock or sleepy effects, etc., experienced by consuming different varieties. The subtle and not-so-subtle differences caused by different varieties are for the most part caused by differences in terpenoid profiles. A terpene-heavy full-spectrum CO2 extract such as our EVFO™ will create a more intense effect then a distilled, terpene-deficient cannabinoid reparation, with the same or greater THC percent.

a-Pinene

Found in pine and other evergreens. This terpene is stimulating, anti-inflammatory, and a memory enhancer.

Myrcene

Myrcene is found in hops and is the most common terpenoid found in american cannabis chemovars. It has a sedative narcotic like effect and is a muscle relaxer, anti-inflammatory and analgesic.

Limonene

Found in high concentrations in citrus fruits Limonene. known for its mood enhancing effects.

Caryophyllene

Found in high concentrations in black pepper. Caryophyllene is a natural analgesic. It also binds to the CB1 cannabinoid receptor acting on our endocannabinoids systems.

Linalool

The primary terpenoid in Lavender, linalool is a sedative and is known for its calming properties.

Humulene

Humulene

Ocimene

Ocimene

Terpinolene

Found in parsnips and parsley, terpinolene gives an herbaceous aroma. Commonly found in Dutch treat and haze genetics.

Why should you purchase sungrown cannabis?

Sungrown cannabis is the ecologically sustainable option as it does not contribute to global warming. It also has high terpenoid content giving it an intense aroma and amazing experience.


"We grow the highest quality with the most flavor. We're not necessarily driven by the highest THC content or the biggest yield or the commercially easy strains. It's more about the terpenes. 'In Terpenes We Trust' is our motto."

-BEN SHORT, HEAD GROWER


DISCLAIMER: This cannabis was grown in organic living soil. Pesticides used during vegatative state only are cold-pressed neem oil and potassium bicarbonate. This product is 21+ only. Warning: May be habit forming. Unlawful outside of Washington State. It is illegal to operate a motor vehicle under the influence of marijuana.