Invented by John V. Rivera, Rivera John V

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The market for terpenes, THC compositions, and methods of extraction has been growing rapidly in recent years. With the legalization of cannabis in many states and countries, there has been an increased demand for products that contain these compounds. In this article, we will explore the market for terpenes, THC compositions, and methods of extraction.

Terpenes are organic compounds that are found in many plants, including cannabis. They are responsible for the aroma and flavor of plants and have been used for centuries in traditional medicine. In recent years, terpenes have gained popularity in the cannabis industry due to their potential therapeutic benefits. Terpenes are believed to have anti-inflammatory, anti-anxiety, and anti-depressant properties, among others.

THC, or tetrahydrocannabinol, is the psychoactive compound found in cannabis. THC is responsible for the ?high? that is associated with cannabis use. THC has also been found to have potential therapeutic benefits, including pain relief, nausea reduction, and appetite stimulation.

The market for terpenes and THC compositions has been growing rapidly in recent years. Many companies are now producing products that contain these compounds, including oils, tinctures, and edibles. These products are marketed as having potential therapeutic benefits and are often used by people who are looking for natural alternatives to traditional medicine.

The methods of extraction used to produce terpenes and THC compositions are also an important part of the market. There are several methods of extraction, including CO2 extraction, ethanol extraction, and hydrocarbon extraction. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, and companies often choose the method that best suits their needs.

CO2 extraction is a popular method of extraction because it is safe and produces high-quality products. Ethanol extraction is another popular method that is often used to produce tinctures and oils. Hydrocarbon extraction is a more controversial method that uses solvents such as butane or propane to extract the compounds. This method is often criticized for its potential safety risks and environmental impact.

In conclusion, the market for terpenes, THC compositions, and methods of extraction is a rapidly growing industry. With the legalization of cannabis in many states and countries, the demand for these products is expected to continue to increase. As the market grows, it will be important for companies to prioritize safety and quality in their products and methods of extraction.

The Rivera John V invention works as follows

In the embodiments described herein, a composition is provided that includes 1) a Terpene consisting at least one: a. a primary terpene, b. a secondary terpene, and c. a Tertiary Teperpene; 2) THC which may include a) synthetic THC or b. organic THC or a combination thereof; and optionally 3) a natural smokeable.

Background for Terpenes, thc compositions, and methods

Background Terpenes


1) Monoterpenes:

Beta-Myrcene?Terpene Profile

Alpha-Pinene?Terpene Profile

Cis-Ocimene?Terpene Profile

Beta-Curcumene?Terpene Profile

Terpinolene?Terpene Profile

Camphene?Terpene Profile

Trans-Ocimene?Terpene Profile

Alpha-Terpinene?Terpene Profile

Piperitone?Terpene Profile

Eucalyptol?Terpene Profile

Linalool?Terpene Profile

Fenchyl Alcohol?Terpene Profile

Beta-Pinene?Terpene Profile

Citronellol?Terpene Profile

Borneol?Terpene Profile

Citronellal?Terpene Profile


Geraniol?Terpene Profile

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