Effect of myrcene on nociception in mice.

“Myrcene, a monoterpene… The results suggest that myrcene is capable of inducing antinociception in mice, probably mediated by alpha 2-adrenoceptor stimulated release of endogenous opioids.” http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1983154

“Myrcene as a natural base chemical in sustainable chemistry: a critical review.”  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20013989

“Single dose toxicity study of beta-myrcene, a natural analgesic substance.”  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2101331

“Myrcene mimics the peripheral analgesic activity of lemongrass tea.  Terpenes such as myrcenemay constitute a lead for the development of new peripheral analgesics with a profile of action different from that of the aspirin-like drugs.”  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1753786

“Three different medicinal cannabis varieties were investigated Bedrocan, Bedrobinol and Bediol. The top five major compounds in Bedrocan extracts were Delta(9)-THC, cannabigerol (CBG), terpinolene, myrcene, and cis-ocimene in Bedrobinol Delta(9)-THC, myrcene, CBG, cannabichromene (CBC), and camphene in Bediol cannabidiol (CBD), Delta(9)-THC, myrcene, CBC, and CBG. The major components in Bedrocan smoke were Delta(9)-THC, cannabinol (CBN), terpinolene, CBG, myrcene and cis-ocimene in Bedrobinol Delta(9)-THC, CBN and myrcene in Bediol CBD, Delta(9)-THC, CBN, myrcene, CBC and terpinolene. The major components in Bedrocan vapor were Delta(9)-THC, terpinolene, myrcene, CBG, cis-ocimene and CBD in Bedrobinol Delta(9)-THC, myrcene and CBD in Bediol CBD, Delta(9)-THC, myrcene, CBC and terpinolene. ” http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20118579

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