As the name seems to imply, Isoborneol is related to the terpene Borneol. It is believed to aid in reducing oxidative stress, and Alzheimer’s among other conditions.
Humulene is a common terpene shared by cannabis and hops. Hops are the ingredient that gives beer its fragrant aroma and robust flavor.
There is little is known about CBNA other than it is not a psychoactive. Presently, we can only surmise that it will have qualities similar to both THCA and CBN.
While THC is the most well known of the cannabinoids, there are actually over 100 different cannabinoids present within the cannabis plant. Therapeutically, different cannabinoids have different therapeutic benefits and affect the body in different ways.
While primary terpenes largely influence how any individual plant smells, and effect a plant’s growth and development, secondary terpenes aid the plant’s defense. Whereas the unique aroma carried by each cannabis plant is a product of the primary terpenes present within the plant, the medicinal value of any given cannabis strain is a product of both primary and secondary terpenes combined.