Research shows that BCP may
assist with the fight against cancer
We regularly get asked if Canna-Oils BCP can assist with the fight against cancer. While there is no absolute answer to this question, research has shown that cancer patients could benefit from the use of BCP as part of their cancer treatment.
In October 2016 an article was published in Cancer Medicine –
It investigated the anti-cancer properties of beta-caryophyllene. The terpene appears to have antiproliferative effects, meaning that it could prevent the spread of cancerous cells. It may also induce a process called apoptosis, in which diseased cells automatically self-destruct.
Beta-caryophyllene may also be a useful adjunct to cancer treatment. It appears to enhance the effects of cancer drugs paclitaxel and doxorubicin. It may also reduce the risk of leukopenia (low white blood cell count), an issue often caused by chemotherapy.
Since BCP.. enhances the efficacy of some chemotherapeutics, they could be employed in combination therapy with the classical anticancer drugs. BCP has also the ability to reduce pain, without causing psychoactive side effects, as other CB1 agonists do, which makes it particularly valuable in chronic pain treatment. … In a medical practice, the application of such BCP…. in combination with the classical anticancer drugs could bring many benefits, thus could potentiate the efficacy of used chemotherapeutics, elicit the supplementary antineoplastic effect, as well as reduce the refractory cancer pain at the same time.
So in summary, not only could Canna-Oils BCP help stop the spread of cancer cells, it may assist with pain management and help cancer drugs to be more effective.
I think you will agree with me that this is good news all round.
As always, this article is intended for educational purposes only, but I encourage you to research further if you or someone you know has cancer and is looking for complimentary natural therapies.
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