Limonene

ˈli-mə-ˌnēn | Noun

A common terpene that exhibits a pronounced presence in Sativa-leaning cultivars. Limonene is known for its telltale lemon-citrus aroma as well as its anti-anxiety, antidepressant, and immunostimulating properties. Often used to treat bronchitis, limonene is also utilized in pharmaceuticals to facilitate skin penetration in ointments and creams.