Cbd oil with linalool for sale

SYNC 15 CBD OIL (Mint Chocolate + Linalool)

SYNC 15 CBD is a gentle CBD cannabis oil formulated with broad-spectrum whole flower cannabis extract and 100% organic coconut-derived palm-free oil. This premium oil is flavoured with all-natural sugar-free mint chocolate and linalool, a terpene found in lavender known for its calming properties. The new integrated dropper provides a mess-free experience with accurate dosing so that you can consume with confidence.

Additional information

CBD 13.5-16.5 mg/g, THC 0-2.9 mg/g

Mint Chocolate + Linalool: a melt in your mouth semi-sweet dark chocolate with mint and lavender – the linalool terpene is associated with calm and relaxing moments.

British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba

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Nick Mosgrove

Vice President, Sales and Marketing

Mr. Mosgrove has over 15 years of sales and marketing leadership experience in commercial plan development and implementation, building top brands, and improving supply chain efficiencies in the Canadian alcohol beverage and cannabis sectors. He has led sales teams that enhanced revenue growth, gross margins and profitability, and key account satisfaction. Most recently, Mr. Mosgrove served as VP Sales & Marketing for TerrAscend Canada. Prior to this he held provincial sales manager roles in Ontario with Campari Canada, Escalade Wines & Spirits, Select Wine & Spirits and Bacardi Canada.

Moe Jiwan

Chief Operating Officer

Mr. Jiwan is a data driven business leader with over 20 years experience in strategic development , sales and operations management , e-commerce, and developing data and business intelligence solutions. Before joining Emerald, he served in senior leadership positions, including Chief Information Officer and Chief Customer Officer, for established cannabis and healthcare companies, including senior roles at TerrAscend Corp and Shopper’s Drug Mart. With a strong marketing and customer orientation, he has strongly focused on operational excellence and implementing processes to function faster, smarter, and leaner.

Rebecca Wong

Senior Vice President, Quality and Regulatory Affairs

Ms. Wong has over 30 years of quality and regulatory management experience in pharmaceutical and life science companies regulated to Canadian, US, European and international requirements. She has been responsible for establishing quality systems and ensuring regulatory compliance through all phases of product development from GPP, GLP, GCP, GMP for cannabis, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, combination products and biologicals. She was previously Executive Director of Quality Assurance at Novelion Therapeutics (formerly QLT Inc.) and worked for life science companies including MDS Nordion, Cangene Corporation, and Biomira Inc. Ms. Wong earned a B.Sc. (Microbiology) from the University of Alberta.

Jenn Hepburn

Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Hepburn has over a decade of experience in accounting and finance and is an experienced manager of privately and publicly traded manufacturing and mining businesses operating in Canada and the USA. Prior to joining Emerald, Ms. Hepburn was the Director of Finance and Administration at bioLytical Laboratories Inc., a medical diagnostics manufacturer. Before that, she held controller positions at junior gold and silver mining companies Northern Vertex Mining Corp., Kootenay Silver Inc. and Theia Resources Ltd. Ms. Hepburn earned a BBA from Simon Fraser University and her certification from the Certified Management Accountants of British Columbia.


President & Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Bandali’s expertise in global operations, strategy development, driving innovation, M&A, and investment management has been developed over a 25-year career in the life sciences sector spanning contract clinical and research services, analytical instrumentation, lab services and venture capital.

He holds an Advanced Management Program Degree from Harvard Business School, a Master of Business Administration from McGill University, and a Bachelor of Science from the University of British Columbia. He is an innovative business leader who has built strategic and operating plans that have resulted in rapid growth and significant profitability enhancement. He has managed businesses and operations with a global footprint and has led teams of over 900 people.

Mr. Bandali’s previous experience includes serving as President, Early Phase Clinical Services and Translational Science, Syneos Health; President, Early Stage Development, as well as Chief Innovation Officer, inVentiv Health Clinical; Senior Vice President, Strategy and Business Development, AB Sciex and Molecular Devices (part of Danaher Corporation); Senior Vice President, Strategy, Legal and Corporate Development, MDS Analytical Technologies; and Vice President and General Manager, Global Early Stage Development, MDS Pharma Services. He was also Venture Partner and Vice President at MDS Capital and has served on the boards of private and public companies.

Linalool Terpene

Linalool is a floral terpene with spicy notes and an aroma reminiscent of lavender and lily of the valley. Linalool is commonly found in lavender, mint, laurel, citrus fruits, and cannabis.

  • Sleep Aid
  • Calming
  • Soothing
  • Physical Health

Terpenes are completely natural, but they are highly potent and should be used with care. Once diluted properly, terpene isolates are safe to apply and ingest.

See our dilution instructions below.

Linalool is a powerful sleep aid and relaxant. It’s also been found to help release vitamin E into your body, which makes it a powerful terpene for general health.

Think of terpenes as even purer forms of essential oils. They are the chemical compounds that are responsible for a plant’s aroma, flavor, and physiological effects. Terpenes are present in cannabis, as well as many other plants, herbs, and fruits.

Linalool Qualities & Benefits

Aroma & Taste: Linalool is a floral terpene with spicy notes and an aroma reminiscent of lavender and lily of the valley. Linalool is commonly found in lavender, mint, laurel, citrus fruits, and cannabis.

Sleep Aid: Linalool helps improve sleep through its mentaly-calming and sedative effects. For thousands of years, traditional medicine has used oils containing linalool to promote rest and relaxation.

Physical Health: A 2003 study demonstrated linalool’s analgesic (pain relieving) and anti-inflammatory properties, and additional research suggests that it may even block pain signals to the brain.

Natural Insect Repellant: Linalool also serves as an effective mosquito repellent. Studies show that indoors, 20g of 100% linalool in a diffuser repelled mosquitos by 93%, while outdoor diffusers repelled them by 58% within a 6m radius.

Cannabis Cultivars: Cultivars known for their linalool profiles include UK Cheese, Chemdawg, LA Confidential, and Amnesia Haze.

How to use our Terpenes:

Terpenes can be enjoyed aromatically, topically, or ingested in foods and drinks. Many people love adding them to diffusers, serums, lotions, even cocktails.

Terpenes are not psychoactive and do not contain cannabinoids, but they are still very powerful. They should always be diluted and are not intended to be used at full potency. Similar to essential oils, terpenes do not mix with water, but they can be diluted with carrier oils and alcohol.

How to dilute our Terpenes:

As a general rule of thumb, we recommend using no more than a 1% concentration by volume. This equates to about 1-2 drops per 8 oz.

  • Carrier Oils: Add 1-2 drops per 8 oz. of volume and mix well. For topical or aromatic use, further additions should be added and tested in 1-2 drop increments. We recommend using MCTs, virgin coconut oil, hemp oil, extra virgin olive oil, or avocado oil.
  • Alcohol/Spirits: Add 1 drop per glass. Add to glass and swirl, or use as a bitters.
  • Wine/Beer/Cider: Add 1 drop per glass. Add to glass and swirl.
  • Soda Water: Add 1 drop per glass. Though terpenes do not mix with water, we’ve found that carbonation enhances the aroma and taste of the terpene.

To obtain more consistent results, measure precisely with instruments like pipettes, graduated cylinders, and burets.