Ocimene is not quite as common as myrcene or linalool, but it is still commonly found in cannabis and hemp plants.
The aroma produced by ocimene is often described as sweet, herbal, and woody. Sometimes, ocimene is associated with undertones of citrus, as well.
Outside of cannabis plants, ocimene is also found in mint, parsley, pepper, basil, mangoes, orchids, and kumquats — in many cases in higher concentrations.
- Scent: sweet, herbal, woody
Fun Facts: also found in mint, parsley, pepper, basil, mangoes, orchids and kumquats