One of the most precious gifts of plants to humans is undoubtedly the many potential therapeutic effects they carry. Plants bring with them more than 40,000 natural compounds that can generate beneficial impacts on our health. That is why traditional medicine practitioners worldwide have been using plants to treat illness and medical conditions for millennia. Cannabis is one of those plants that carry a significant load of medical properties generated by the cocktail of natural compounds it contains. For instance, terpenes directly impact these effects since they can significantly influence how our body processes cannabis. You may have heard of some terpenes such as limonene, bisabolol, or pinene. Still, other secondary terpenes like geranyl acetate also play a significant role in the entourage effect generated by all terpenes and cannabinoids working together. Geranyl acetate is one of those terpenes that have recently caught the scientific community’s attention thanks to the scents, flavors, and peculiarly wonderful benefits it can add to your smoking experience.