Tell me more about the terpenes you test for

We test for a large variety of terpenes here at Confidence Analytics.  If you are interested in learning more about terpene testing be sure to get a copy of our terpenes brochure next time you are in our office or ask your driver for a copy.

Here is a snapshot of the terpenes included in our test:

Thujene

Spicy flavored anti-bacterial and antioxidant monoterpene

Pinene

Pine scented analgesic, anti-inflammatory monoterpene.  We test for both the alpha and beta isomers of this compound

Camphene

Monoterpene isomer of pinene also found in nutmeg

Myrcene

Monoterpene with many health benefits found in numerous plants

Carene

Earthy and piney anti-inflammatory monoterpene

Terpinene

Anti-fungal and anti-bacterial terpene, woody citrus flavor.  We test for both the alpha and gamma isomers of this compound

Limonene

Citrusy sedative and anti-carcinogenic terpene

Eucalyptol

Spicy and cooling cough suppressant terpene

Terpinolene

Sweet, woody, and smoky with many health benefits

Ocimene

Sweet and tropical with anti-fungal properties

Linalool

Floral and spicy terpene that reduces stress

Fenchol

Antibacterial terpene also found in basil

Isopulegol

Minty terpene that reduces seizures

Terpineol

Lilac scented terpene currently being researched for anti-inflammatory uses

Geraniol

Rosey anti-microbial and anti-mosquito terpene

Thymol

Thyme odor and flavor with anti-fungal and antibiotic properties

Farnesene

Terpene made by some plants to warn away insects by mimicking pheremones

Caryophellene

Woody and spicy sesquiterpene with numerous known health benefits

Humulene

Hoppy smelling sesquiterpene with anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties

B-maaliene

Woody sesquiterpene that is naturally present in herbs used in traditional Uyghur medicine

Pseudo-valencene

Citrus and woody scented sesquiterpene that is being researched for it’s anti-allegenic properties

Selinadiene

Found in liverwort and a variety of plants, also known as Eudesmadiene

Caryophellene-oxide

The oxidized version of caryophellene works as a repellent for some insects and parasites

Bisabolol

Floral terpene used in perfumery found in chamomile and approved by the German government as a treatment for swelling and cramps