100% orgainc terpenes safe for smoking?

Hi All,

I was curious if product including [viscosity extract liquefier Viscosity extract liquefier (true terpenes) are safe for smoking in addition to vaping. I know a lot of people use them when vaping and they are not generally advertised for smoking so i am not sure if it is safe. I called customer service in the past and they informed me that they could not provide a statement whether or not they are safe to smoke.

Any input is appreciated!

not peer reviewed or nuthin, but a data point nonetheless.

Setting your meds on fire is not a brilliant idea. but neither is huffing them in general.

I spoke to someone at true terpines with cannabis derived terps… I’m on the path trying to find what’s closets to dispensary Vapes without having to get distalites yet…I have washed crystals and I’ll be collecting my own terps from now on, in the mean time I ordered couple strain profiles and one unflavored to see if gets me closer, they told me their specialist said will work perfect bc I’m wanting to use something that’s not the standard liquidizers, something more like the dispensary quality

Their Viscosity extract liquifier is all odorless terpenes. Not sure which terpenes they use but should be like smoking any other terpene. I have tried it out just to see if it caused less throat agitation as most terps do… It still makes ya cough of course since they still are terps.

There is as much study on non-cannabis derived terpenes as there are cannabis derived. We don’t have any real long term case studies at the moment for the aromatic use or direct inhalant use. There has just been a lot of hippie blowback (mainly in colorado) on the “unnatural” side of adding the same exact compound back into cannabis oil but not being derived from cannabis specifically. I think they just need to get more educated on these building blocks of essential oils.

But cyclopath has a point with distillate releasing benzene. This is seen in various forms of distillations and its definitely a nasty toxic chemical you do not want to smoke

The Extract Liquefier is all odorless terpenes, yet on True Terpenes instagram page their definition of a terpene is “the fragrance oil produced by plants that make them smell unique”

As for safety, read their MSDS for the Extract Liquefire?

This is a topic I would love to see thoroughly and clearly explained for the education of amateurs, customers, patients, etc. I produce extracts in Colorado and hear patients/customers various theories and opinions on this all the time. My line of logic I provide them with… Pure Linalool extracted from lavender should be the same as pure Linalool extracted from Cannabis, no? So then, blending a variety of pure non-cannabis extracted terpenes to mimic a strain which you have had terpene tested is arguably not any different than the cannabis derived terpenes. If it isn’t blended well or used in proper ratios it will certainly taste unnatural but that is a different argument. Sorry for the rant but that quote hit close to home and made me laugh out loud.


you could add that there are currently no known “cannabis specific” terpenes.


I’m not personally opposed to adding outsourced terpenes back in, however, I am inclined to believe, that as research continues, we will discover that without the full spectrum of whatever terpenes the plant produced, we will be dealing with much less effective results medicinally. Specifically in the field of psychotherapy. There have already been studies showing that much less full spectrum extract can be used to treat certain conditions as opposed to distilled/isolated compounds.

Edit: I noted psychotherapy because I’m a medical patient myself, and I can very specifically tell the difference between full-spec (*cured flower or live resin) versus literally anything else.


About a year ago I was talking with TT customer service about the industry and they informed me of this product coming to market soon and at the time they let me know it was derived from corn oil. I just read their safety data sheet and does not appear to be a terpene mix like they stated. First indicator is the boiling point is greater than 500f. That looks a lot like an oil when you start looking closer they have a similar density as corn oil as well. Not surprisingly it has the same color as corn oil. Some details are slightly different than corn oil but I did examine other terpene profiles and their safety data sheets include many required safety facts regarding the exposure to said terpenes. I’m not saying it’s not a terpene just that when you look at the details real close the information points to something else. I also would like to close with they left out the State Right To Know section of their data sheets where we would get to find out what actual CAS numbers are used. Someone should poke the bear and help our community.