Designed to combat inflammation, manage pain, reduce anxiety, and promote better sleep, these formulas are your key to enhanced overall health and wellness.

  • In the lab with Dr. Rupert Holmes-Smith
  • Developing RHS Formula
  • Copaiba Oil

    Copaiba oil-resin and copaiba oil are derived from many species of copaiba tree. Copaiba oil-resin has been used in traditional medicine for many purposes, including as an anti-inflammatory and to help with wound healing.
  • Boswellia Sorrata

    Studies show that boswellia may reduce inflammation and may be useful in treating the following conditions:

    • Osteoarthritis (OA)
    • Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)
    • Asthma
    • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)
  • Banaba Leaf

    Banaba is a medium-sized tree. Its leaves have been used to treat diabetes in folk medicine for centuries.In addition to their anti-diabetic properties, banaba leaves offer health benefits, such as antioxidant, cholesterol-lowering, and anti-obesity effects.

BCP—the Next Generation Wellness

Beyond Cannabidiol (CBD)

BCP offers a natural and enhanced approach to health and wellness, picking up where CBD left off. It provides the same health benefits as CBD, but without the associated concerns and links to cannabis. BCP is more than just an upgrade; it's a revolution in holistic health, offering a safer, more effective way to live a life free from pain and inflammation. Experience the future of wellness with BCP.

  • Pain Relief

    Anti-Inflammatory Properties

    Anxiety and Depression Management

  • Immune System Support

    Gut Health Improvement

    Neuroprotective Effects

All the Benefits of CBD with Updated Science You Can Trust

Manage chronic pain by reducing inflammation.

More than 60% of CBD users seek pain relief. But CBD isn’t always enough. Like CBD, BCP binds the CB2 receptor, reducing inflammation and providing pain relief

Anxiety-relief through cannabinoid receptors

We could all use some stress relief right now. Several preclinical trials have shown BCP has anxiolytic and antidepressant properties. 5

Get the benefits without the cannabis stigma.

A safe bioactive with antimicrobial properties

In cell lines and preclinical models, BCP has shown effectiveness in preventing viral and bacterial infection.

Best of all, there are no safety or toxicity concerns with BCP.


I found BCP oil effective at reducing my need for painkillers and liberating from side effects. Dr. Holmes-Smith's oils have become an essential part of my pain management program.

— Blair Nash, Toronto

Frequently Asked Questions About BCP

How does BCP (beta-caryophyllene) work?

BCP (beta-caryophyllene) works by binding to and stimulating the CB2 receptors in your body, which are a key part of your endocannabinoid system.

The endocannabinoid system serves the crucial role of maintaining internal balance, or homeostasis, in our bodies. It encompasses a complex interplay of enzymes, receptors, and naturally occurring compounds known as endocannabinoids, which are used throughout your immune system, gastrointestinal system, nervous system, and brain.

Is BCP (beta-caryophyllene) safe to use?

It's common to have concerns about trying new substances, but using beta-caryophyllene (BCP) shouldn't pose any issues. BCP is considered very safe to use as confirmed by the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration).

BCP has the distinction of being the first known “dietary cannabinoid,” a common component of food that has the FDA's GRAS status (Generally Recognized as Safe) and is approved for food use.

How does BCP (beta-caryophyllene) make you feel?

Beta-caryophyllene won't mess with your mind (it has no psychotropic side effects), but it could help you feel more relaxed and happier by working with your body's natural systems.

Studies show it can help improve mood and ease pain by releasing natural painkillers. This could make you feel feel less physically achy, more comfortable and at ease. Plus, it could also help you feel more relaxed overall.

Exactly how it'll make you feel depends as it can vary from person to personan affect people differently, depending on your body and how you take it.

Is BCP (beta-caryophyllene) addictive?

BCP is not considered addictive due to the way that it works as BCP binds to the CB2 receptors in your body. Unlike substances that bind to CB1 receptors which can affect your mind and be addictive, activating CB2 receptors doesn't mess with your head or make you addicted.

BCP vs CBD, how do they compare?

BCP (beta-caryophyllene) and CBD (cannabidiol) share similar interactions with the body, offering strong anti-inflammatory, pain relief, and anxiety relieving benefits. They are usually considered equally effective, but there is the potential that BCP may eventually prove to be more effective as it interacts directly with the body's CB2 receptors.

Is BCP (beta-caryophyllene) classified as a drug?

BCP (beta-caryophyllene) is not consisdered a drug. It has the distinction of being the first known “dietary cannabinoid,” a common component of food that has the FDA's GRAS status (Generally Recognized as Safe) and is approved for food use.

BCP is considered very safe to use, as confirmed by the FDA (US Food and Drug Administration).

Is BCP (beta-caryophyllene) legal?

BCP is legal and unrestricted in most countries. Unlike CBD (cannabidiol) which is restricted in many countries, BCP is not restricted as it's a terpene, not a cannabinoid. As a general rule, terpenes that are not extracted from cannabis do not attract attention.