Browse Weed Strains by Terpenes

Terpenes are the unsung heroes behind the remarkable flavours and fragrances of cannabis. These naturally occurring compounds not only dictate the taste and smell of your favourite weed strains, but also contribute to their overall effects. From this page, find weed strains that contain your favourite terpenes.

What terpenes do the different UK weed strains offer?

Let’s dive into some of the most common terpenes found in UK weed strains and explore what flavours they bring to the table.


Myrcene is one of the most prevalent terpenes in weed, offering up earthy, musky, and even fruity notes.

It's often found in strains that produce a calming and relaxing effect. Blue Dream and Granddaddy Purple are examples of strains high in myrcene.


Limonene provides a zesty, citrusy flavour, reminiscent of lemons and other citrus fruits.

This terpene is often associated with mood elevation and stress relief. Strains like Super Lemon Haze and Durban Poison are rich in limonene, making them a favourite for those who enjoy a citrus punch.


Humulene is found in hops, serving up a distinctively earthy and woody flavour with subtle hints of spice.

This terpene may also have anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties, and can be found in strains like OG Kush and Sour Diesel.


True to its name, pinene emits a fresh, pine-like aroma.

This terpene is known for its anti-inflammatory properties and can also help improve focus. Strains such as Jack Herer and Pineapple Express often contain elevated levels of pinene.


If you love spicy and peppery flavours, caryophyllene is the terpene to look out for.

Unique for its ability to interact with the body’s endocannabinoid system, caryophyllene has far-reaching potential therapeutic effects, including pain relief, stress reduction, and even potential combatting of addiction. It is found in strains like Sour Diesel and Girl Scout Cookies.


Ocimene delivers a fresh, sweet, and herbaceous aroma with hints of citrus.

This terpene can have anti-inflammatory and anti-anxiety properties and is found in prominent levels in strains like Strawberry Cough and Space Queen.


Linalool delivers a floral, lavender-like aroma and is known for its calming effects.

This terpene is popular in strains like Amnesia Haze and Lavender Kush, which is perfect for those seeking relaxation and a touch of floral sweetness.


Eucalyptol, also known as cineole, gives off a fresh and minty scent with hints of eucalyptus.

This terpene is often present in strains like Super Silver Haze and Chemdawg, which may provide energizing and uplifting effects.


Terpinolene offers a complex and multifaceted scent profile, combining floral, citrus, and woody notes.

This terpene isn’t as common as others on this list, but can be found in strains like Jack Herer and Ghost Train Haze, adding a unique flavour twist.