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.
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