Our goal is to inform our readers as much as possible about the development of Conolidine. In that spirit, today we will go over how to buy Conolidine.
Earlier, we mentioned a burgeoning nutraceutical company called Winters Biotechnology in a previous article, Where Can I Find Conolidine.
Speaking to Clint Winters at Winters BioTech last, his company is in the middle of the “develop(ment of) an all-natural and safe Conolidine ingredient.”
Well, suffice it to say, we have some excellent news for those seeking an answer for alternative pain treatment as of today.
This is BIG news. After hanging up with Mr. Winters, we learned that he was “…preparing to provide CONO1000™ licensing options to manufacturers.”
What Will They Be Offering?
I learned a little more about CONO1000™ and CONOCB2™ during our conversation.
Let me be frank and impartial by saying that these products will be game-changers.
As far as we understand it, CONO1000™ is a full-spectrum extraction of the Tabernaemontana divaricata (Crepe Jasmine) plant produced using their proprietary DualPolar™ Extraction method.
We were told that the component would also contain enhanced bioavailability and absorption with the addition of SubNano™ Technology.*
We understand that this liquid extraction product is meant to take the entire plant, concentrate it, add more natural ingredients to increase bioavailability, and deliver it very quickly with intelligent use of solvents.
What’s more, I was even given a small glimpse into the future.
What Can We Look Forward To?
I was told that “CONO1000™ could potentially help a lot of people…but we’re always innovating here at Winters Biotechnology. Right now, we are working on CONOCB2™, a blend of CONO1000™ and ingredients that create what’s called an Entourage Effect…”
Mr. Winters expanded on this ingredient a bit further for our knowledge, and we learned that “… CONOCB2™ has been performing astoundingly well in preliminary testing for the potential relief of mild to moderate aches and pains.”*
Unfortunately, Winters Biotechnology does not sell end-use products, BUT potential consumers may “…see a product as early as 2021,” stated Clint Winters.
So, What Does This All Mean?
This new development from Winters Biotechnology is incredibly exciting to see. We have been discussing the timeline for an end-use Conolidine product but we could never have predicted this big of a move so early on.
All we can say for sure right now is that if you are looking for Conolidine as a different source of pain treatment, we would HIGHLY suggest keeping your eyes on Winters Biotechnology.
We intend to mark this as an ongoing story; please remain vigilant for further information.
*The Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated these statements