Will BCP oil work for you? (The 3 questions you need to ask yourself)
It's time to address the first question most people ask when they learn about therapeutic terpene use (and specifically beta-caryophyllene).
"Does it help with _____?"
Like most medication (natural or pharmaceutical) there can be many unseen variables that determine whether or not you're going to experience relief for your specific condition.
Sometimes, it can take months for doctors to prescribe patients with medicine that is effective for the patient, and I know that some of you have experienced this first hand.
In saying that, there are a few questions you can ask yourself to get a better understanding of whether or not specific terpene isolates are going to give you the result you're after.
1. Is the result you're looking for recognised as a 'potential benefit' for the specific terpene that you're using?
It's not uncommon for first-time 'Cannologists' to get excited and assume that all terpenes are a magical solution for all conditions and types of pain, both mental and physical.
It only takes a few moments of rational thought to understand that it's simply not possible.
There is no such thing as a 'miracle cure' and there never will be.
Before buying BCP oil or any other terpene isolate, you need to make sure that your condition or ideal result is listed as a potential benefit.
If it isn't, you might experience relief on some level, but it's less likely.
2. Are you currently taking any medication that is counter-acting the benefits of the terpene isolate that you are using?
If you're looking at terpenes or BCP oil as a potential natural remedy, you're probably taking other pharmaceutical medication as well.
Sometimes, the side-effects of the medication that you're on can counter-act the benefits of the terpene isolate that you are using.
If you're not getting the level of relief you're after, do a quick google search on the medication that you are taking and double check that the side effects do not counter-act the benefits of the terpene isolate.
If you find that this is the case, please don't stop taking your prescribed medication without guidance from a medical professional, as this can be dangerous.
3. Everyone is different and the only way you can find out if it will work for you is if you try it for yourself.
The answers to these questions aren't enough to justify whether or not you should try a specific terpene, but they are designed to set realistic expectations, and to allow you to understand the specific reasons why they may or may not work for you.
For these reasons, you shouldn't take anyone's positive or negative feedback as solid proof whether or not a remedy works. You just need to try it for yourself with an open mind and see how you go.
If the result you're after is recognised as a potential benefit, and if you're not taking any medication that might counter-act the effects of the terpene supplement, then your chances of success are generally pretty high. (~90%)
You've got nothing to lose and a lot to gain, so give it a try and make sure you share your experience on our Facebook group so other members can see.
If you want to learn about our Cannamax Plus BCP oil, click here
Until next time!
- Anthony Bondzulic