While THC and CBD contribute heavily to the potential benefits of cannabis such as euphoria, anti-anxiety, anti-inflammatory, body relief, etc., we are finding that terpenes are not only the strongest determining factors when creating a plants flavors and aroma, but also boost and modify the effects of the other terpenes and cannabinoids produced in the human body. Terpenes can be inhaled, taken sublingually, absorbed topically, or utilized transdermally. With a molecular size small enough to break the blood-brain barrier, inhaled terpenes are processed through the olfactory and respiratory systems stimulating the mind and body. When ingested sublingually, they can be quickly taken up into the bloodstream having effects felt within minutes. Topical applications allow for terpenes to be directly absorbed into the skin providing relief for specific targeted areas on the body. While transdermal applications work in the same manner, they are meant instead to enhance an entire system like digestion or issues of chronic pain rather than a single area.