Another common question we get is, “What is Conolidine in?”. We address this question in another article regarding What Plant Contains Conolidine, but not in a general sense.
Naturally, when hearing of Conolidine for the first time, you wonder what PRODUCT it is in. When you think of the safety of a product, you want to know there is a history of use.
It would be comforting to know that a large retail distributor offered a Conolidine product.
When we see that “X” mart offers a Conolidine containing product, we naturally ease our concern, thinking that it MUST be safe.
We wish that this were true, but sadly, that is not the case.
An entire government commission is dedicated to making sure consumers are aware of recalls, and they happen often. Sometimes, these recalls can even be deadly. Look no further than the copious amounts of pet food-related recalls to see that…
In the end, there is no accurate metric for safety when it comes to searching for a product. We, the consumer, are ultimately responsible for ensuring we do our research. We do our research and find out what Conolidine is in, and then decide if the product is safe for us.
We cannot blindly follow a product based solely on brand recognition.
So, What Does This Mean For Conolidine?
At present, you can only find Conolidine in Dietary Supplements. Furthermore, it can only be found in an ingredient FOR Dietary Supplements. Here lies the issue.
There are virtually ZERO end-use Conolidine products available to consumers. When we see companies offer a Conolidine product, we usually see a Dietary Supplement of some kind. Usually, we know a full-spectrum or whole plant extraction.
As we know now, we cannot trust any branding, so it is up to us to do our research in this instance.
We know of at least one reputable seller in Winters Biotechnology, but again, they only offer an ingredient. We only know they can be deemed reputable because of stringent regulations they follow per their website.
Even so, we must perform our due diligence.
What’s the Bottom Line?H3
The bottom line is that there aren’t a lot of products where we can find Conolidine. This year, there should be options available to consumers based on our knowledge of Winters Bio, but you never know.
It’s possible that the ingredient they offer won’t be picked up immediately as the community starts to accept Conolidine. Even so, we must ensure all proper regulations are followed and advocate for ourselves as consumers.
We cover what plant you can find Conolidine within, but now we know what products you can find Conolidine in. Let’s hope, as advocates for this miracle alkaloid, that we end up seeing many, many more in the future.