Beta Myrcene is an aroma chemical that is available naturally and synthetically. It is present in several plants but much more selective than most terpenes we have discussed. Though it is found and extracted from citrus terpenes and synthesized from other aroma chemicals it is not easily isolated, nor is it easily soluble in many normal solvents, fats, and even other essential oils and terpenes. It is present in lemongrass, verbena, bay, hops and several other aromatic plants and fruits. Myrcene has a very interesting flavor and fragrance and imparts different notes at different percentages, but in general Myrcene is a spicy, vegetable-like, peppery, woody-floral, with a slightly balsamic-plastic taste and smell. Some have suggested that this material contributes to sedative and analgesic benefits in appropriate concentrations, yet at the same time anxiety and discomfort at the wrong concentrations. Linalool and beta-myrcene are often found in synergy with one another and may contribute to the sleepy, relaxed, feeling of well being often experienced after a good hoppy beer, herbal tea or specific strains of cannabis.
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