Monoterpenes and compounds containing two isoprene units, which is ten carbon atoms and sixteen hydrogen atoms per molecule (C10H16) - molecular weight 136 amu for a hydrocarbon monterpene. There are an estimated 2,000 varieties of monoterpenes.
Monoterpenes are found in most essential oils: Grapefruit (92%), Angelica (80%), Frankincese (77%), Cypress (77%), Galbanum (75%), Pine (60%), Rose of Sharon (54%), Juniper (54%), Spruce (50%), Myrtle (37%), Hyssop (30%), and Peppermint (11%).
While offering a variety of healing properties, the most important ability of the monoterpenes is that they can reprogram miswritten information in the cellular memory (DNA) (restoring God's image, Genesis 1:26). With improper coding in cellular memory, cells malfunction and diseases result, including lethal ones, such as cancer.