Linalool is not specific to cannabis. Its characteristic lavender scent with a hint of spiciness is common to over 200 types of plants. In fact, it's so common that even those who don't use cannabis end up consuming more than two grams of linalool each year through their food. It may sound like a lot, but there is very little risk of side effects. Linalool does not stay in your body for long and does not accumulate like cannabinoids which are stored in fatty tissue in the body and brain.
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