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Relief

Many of our customers report reductions in inflammation, pain and hyperalgesia when taking our terpenes regularly. Our terpenes work to modulate the inflammatory cascade at the source and promote deep muscle relaxation through actions at the PPAR-y, TRPV1 and CB2 receptors.

Relief ingredients:
B-Caryophyllene
D-3-Carene
Borneol
Myrcene
Eugenol
Humulene
A-Pinene
Linalool
Nerolidol
Aussie Grown Hemp Seed Oil

How to Use: Adults, place 5-7 drops under the tongue and hold for a minimum of 30 seconds, up to 3 times daily.

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FAQ

The inside scoop

Our helpful adaptogens contain a uniquely formulated blend of pure botanical terpenes and Australian grown hemp seed oil.

Terpenes are molecules found in animals, plants, fungi and microbes. They are responsible for a plant’s scent, as well as necessary biological functions such as producing hormones, pheromones and defence mechanisms.

Our terpene blends come with dripolator caps for easy dosing. We recommend starting by placing 2-4 drops onto a teaspoon, placing under the tongue and holding for at least 30 seconds. 

With all herbal compounds, we encourage a mindful process of starting low, going slow, and checking in with yourself.

These are by far the most concentrated blends on the market! Each bottle contains around 200 serves (each serve being 3-4 drops).

Terpenes interact synergistically with our innate physiology by operating as adaptogens. Adaptogenic herbs and compounds help to facilitate homeostatic balance by binding to various neurotransmitter and endocannabinoid receptors in the body.

All of our terpenes are federally legal, sourced from every-day botanical plants. They contain zero scheduled substances and will not show up on drug tests. 

We don't recommend the use of our blends during pregnancy, breastfeeding or in children under 8 years old.

Terpenes are known as ‘biphasic’ compounds. This means that at different concentrations, they imbue different effects. For example, in low doses, myrcene as stimulative properties. In high doses, a sedative. 

Terpenes have another special quality: the ‘entourage effect’. When certain terpenes are combined, they enhance and modulate each other’s effects, or create new ones altogether.

Our blends are manufactured in a state of the art facility in Victoria, Australia.

We offer express shipping to terpene lovers all around the world!

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