What is Humulene?
Humulene gets its name from hops, also referred to as humulus lupulus. This sesquiterpene gives hops its signature taste and smell, which is described as earthy, woody, and spicy. Humulene is also abundant in sage, basil, and ginseng. An isomer of beta-caryophyllene, humulene and caryophyllene are often found together in natural sources.
- Color: pale yellow, green, or clear
- Consistency: liquid
- Odor: wood, earthy
- Taste: erbal, spicy, hops
- Boiling point: 106ºC
- Flash point: 90ºC
- Solubility: In water, 0.01396 mg/L at 25ºC
- Formula: C15H24
- Density: 0.889 g/cm3 at 20ºC
- Molecular Weight: 204.357 g/mol
Where to buy Humulene
You can purchase the Humulene isolate from Floraplex Terpenes in a variety of sizes at extremely competitive prices with free shipping to anywhere in the continental United States on orders over $30.