A common question we see across the internet regarding Crepe Jasmine’s active alkaloid is, “Does Conolidine have Side Effects?” This is a brilliant question to ask because once you’ve realized the potential of Conolidine. You certainly want to know what you’d be trading for pain relief when it comes to side effects.
After all, the most effective pain relievers force one to take stock of the dangers of using opiate and opioid painkillers. One must consider the potential harmful side effects of addiction when taking opiates. The good news is, unlike opiates, the side effects for Conolidine are almost non-existent.
Tabernaemontana divaricata or Crepe Jasmine is considered GRAS by most agencies or Generally Regarded as Safe. This means that there is a precedent set showing that there is a large amount of information proving that this plant is safe for human consumption.
What Does This Mean?
So, assuming that you are taking a full-spectrum product (Whole Plant), and there are no other ingredients in the blend, the most reported side effect is stomach discomfort. Conolidine is in its infancy as a pain reliever. So, a lot more long-term testing needs to be done to clear Conolidine of ALL side effects.
There is always a trade-off for practical solutions.
Unfortunately, it would seem that anything worth its salt has an Achilles Heel. In the case of opiates, you could be dealing with addiction or organ failure.
With NSAIDs (Non-steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs), you need to be concerned about potential liver and stomach destruction.
With Conolidine, the most you need to look out for is a bellyache. So, it should stand to reason that everybody’s internal chemistry is different. We always recommend speaking with your physician about your pain treatment.
The goal should always be to advocate for yourself as a patient and take charge of your care. If you are experiencing harsh side effects from your current pain regimen, you may want to consider changing things up. Conolidine may be the place to start.
No one wants to deal with side effects. The good news is that with Conolidine, you will feel a little safer knowing the side effects are minimal.