Terpenes OG Kush:
Cali Terpenes OG Kush cannabis terpenes profile is a mixture of organic terpenes, with the exact aromatic profile of terpenes extraction from the famous OG Kush marijuana variety (Lemon Thai x Pakistan x Chemdawg).
Terpenes 100% organic and of vegetable origin.
Dominant terpenes in OG Kush:
Caryophyllene, Limonene, Myrcene, Linalol, Pinene, Menthol, Nerolidol.
Modulation of the effect of cannabinoids:
The terpenes OG Kush act in synergy with extracts containing cannabinoids modulating their effect and providing an instant stoned sensation, cerebral and fun, physically relaxing and pleasant.
Ideal for relaxing deeply after the day, relieve stress and some pain as well as improve mood.
Taste and aroma of OG Kush terpenes:
OG Kush terpenes from Cali Terpenes have an intense aroma and fruity taste reminiscent of berries with citrus and spicy touches like "Diesel".
Possible applications of Cali Terpenes terpenes:
The profiles of terpenes Cali Terpenes have many uses but mainly used to provide aroma and taste of specific varieties of cannabis to all types of products such as:
Sprayable liquids (e-liquids).
Concentrates and extractions of cannabis (rosin, dry, distillates of CBD or THC...)
Groceries and beverages (contact us for our packaging in food format)
Flowers of hemp or cannabis.
They are also used to formulate and enrich different cosmetic products (creams, balsams, perfumes,...).
Suitable for all types of instruments and systems for aromatherapy (diffusers, candles, essential oils, ...).
Recommendations for the use of Cali Terpenes:
Our terpenes are 100% pure, without diluents or additives, so you should handle them with caution and should not be consumed undiluted (except for tastings in cold vaporizers, which can and should use pure terpenes). Once diluted in the product you want and in the right proportion, are completely safe and provide benefits to all types of products.
1ml of terpenes = 40 drops (0.025ml per drop of the 1ml dropper), so 1 drop of terpenes represents 0.25% approximately in 10ml of base:
1 drop in 10ml = 0.25%.
2 drops in 10 ml = 0.50%.
4 drops in 10ml = 1%.
8 drops in 10ml =2%.
12 drops in 10ml = 3%.
*We always recommend testing from smaller to larger quantities, as our terpenes provide an intense flavour and aroma easily given their purity.
Vaporizable liquid bases (e-liquids):
The proportion to use of terpenosm more recommended and habitual to contribute sufficient flavor and aroma to bases of e-liquid is from 1 to 3% of terpenes (being able to get to use up to 4% and being 2% the most habitual).
Assuming that parts with 10ml of e-liquid base and you want to add 2% terpenes, you should only add 0.2ml of terpenes (approx 5-6 drops).
For 100ml of e-liquid base (2% terpenes) you should add 2ml of terpenes (approx. 60 drops).
Cannabis extractions and concentrates:
The proportion of terpenes recommended and most used to provide sufficient flavor and aroma to dry extractions (dry hash or traditional hash, ...), BHO (wax, shatter, live resin, ...), rosin, distillates of THC or CBD, is 1 to 3% of terpenes (being able to use up to 4% maximum and being 2 or 3% the most common).
Supposing that parts with 10gr of cannabis concentrate, for example a distillate (clear) and that you are going to add a proportion of 3% of terpenes, you will only have to add 0.3ml of our terpenes.
It is highly recommended to make tests from less to more, for example: 1 drop for 3gr, 1 drop for 2gr, 1 drop for 1gr ... make a tasting after a few days to appreciate the result of the different proportions used.
It is important to make a good mixture so that it is homogeneous and leave a rest/maceration time of at least 24/48h for a total integration of the terpenes.
Flowers of hemp or cannabis:
Terpenes are also used to increase the aroma and taste of hemp or cannabis flowers. Cannabis plants do not usually have more than 4% terpenes, but depending on the professionalism of your method of application you will need more or less terpenes to add aroma and flavor.
The ideal method is to use an ambient flavouring, mix terpenes and water at a ratio of 20/80, adding 5 to 10ml of terpenes for every 1kg of flowers (preferably in a vertical dryer) and within an enclosed space, such as a growing cabinet in which air extraction is used to recirculate and re-enter the remaining terpenes back into the dryer.
Once the aromatization process is finished, it is advisable to check the degree of humidity of the buds, and if it is excessive, leave the herb dry for the necessary hours until it is at its right point of humidity.
Then keep the flowers in an airtight container, so that the flowers retain the added aroma and the terpenes finish settling.
We recommend keeping the flowers in an airtight, vacuum-packed container. The vacuum will make the terpenes penetrate completely into the vegetable, giving your herb a more homogeneous aroma.
Groceries and beverages:
The proportion of our terpenes (aromas of cannabis) to use in food and beverages, is much lower than that used in e-liquids or cannabic products. The amount of terpenes to use will always depend on the edible base or drink to aromatize, in addition to the process in which it is applied.
We recommend to apply the terpenes always in cold processes and that they do not present enormous changes of pressure (for example to apply the vacuum), since of this form they will not evaporate and they will integrate perfectly in the food or drink.
Some examples of proportions to use in food and beverages are:
Ice creams: Approx 0.025ml to 0.1ml for 1kg.
Beer: Approx. 1ml of terpenes for 3L of beer.
Sparkling water: Approx. 1 or 2 drops per 1L of water.
Oils: Approx. 1ml of terpenes for 3L of oil.
Honey: Approx. 1ml of terpenes for 1 or 2kg of honey.
Preservation of terpenes:
The containers of our terpenes profiles are equipped with a safety shutter, an anti-leak disc and a screw cap. Whenever you finish using the product, place all these elements again to avoid possible evaporation or contamination.
Terpenes are volatile elements, so we always recommend keeping them cold in the refrigerator (approx. 7ºC), thus avoiding possible evaporations while working with them.
The working temperature with terpenes should not exceed 60ºC to avoid evaporation of the most volatile terpenes.
Always keep our terpenes in their original packaging, as the material used (dark glass that does not allow the passage of UV) is ideal for the preservation of thermo or photosensitive products. This way you will be able to avoid colour changes, losses and cross-contamination (terpenes can act as thinners and corrode traces of materials such as plastic).