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Old 11-14-2017, 09:27 PM #1
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carrot/turnip terpene?

What is the compound that gives the carrot smell? back in the day always thought prob caryophelene sp, but doesnt match descriptions.

I suppose more of turnip smell or very strong carrot.

perhaps not a terpene at all but just curious what it is.

EDIT: PARSNIP not turnip...

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I am not sure which one it is, but Ace Zamaldelica has the most carrot like terpenes that I have ever smelled. It might be on the attached profiles below:

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Probably not a single compound but a mix.

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people say that alot about strains like schrom, ssh, kali mist

I don't get carrot but a range of flavor from them, then again everything tastes the same to all people
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What is the compound that gives the carrot smell? back in the day always thought prob caryophelene sp, but doesnt match descriptions.

I suppose more of turnip smell or very strong carrot.

perhaps not a terpene at all but just curious what it is.
Biotin or C10 H16 N2 O3 S is most of the odor. Note the sulfur atom.

It also has a humulene, a terpinolene, b caryophylene, 6-Methoxymellein, and falcarindiol.
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yes I have noticed alot of hazey strains and WW waterfarm. have a gg4 ww cross that has that smell. ya would describe more as strong carrot or more so just straight turnip.
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I tried an OG kush distillate that had that earthy carrot like taste... it was amazing
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I identify this odor as more of a parsnip smell/flavor. Most phenotypes of three different crosses by a (Headband x JtR) father all have that odor in spades. 15 plants total and like 10 of them are very parsnippy
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YES PARSNIP NOT TURNIP!! lol brain fart.(turnip terps sounds better tho lol) Now the question is what is this smell? everyone has smelt it would be interesting to know and see what this chemical or group of chemicals can do.

perhaps awesomene


following is composition of cow parsnip.

the composition was tested by GC and GC-MS. (Z)-β-Ocimene was the most abundant in HSPH (28.9%) and HMON (20.4%) root oils, while in HSIB root oil, β-pinene (26.2%), methyl eugenol (22.3%) and elemicin (25.6%) prevailed. Leaf and flower oils were dominated by various sesquiterpenes (germacrene D, β-sesquiphellandrene, (E)-β-farnesene and/or (E)-caryophyllene) and/or phenylpropanoids (apiole, methyl eugenol, elemicin and/or (Z)-isoelemicin). Octyl acetate (57.5-67.1%) was the main constituent of all fruit oils. The antimicrobial activity w

wild parsnip has very high levels of betacaryophyllene... hmmm .

furanocoumarins or courimins which i beleive are in a dif class of terpenes. work on the same enzyme as grapefruit juice.... hmm maybe stay away from those strains when taking opiates or benzo....100% speculation

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I think the carrot/parsnip terp thing is a more sativa trait for sure. seems like a lot of land race strains have that common earthy/vegetable, woody thing going on too! I tried a sativa dom, golden goat shatter a little while back and it had a fresh carrot/celery thing going on. super weird/interesting!
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