Now that we have a solid amount of articles posted here, a couple of common questions we receive are "what is an alkaloid and "Is Conolidine an alkaloid?". Further than that, is Conolidine an alkaloid? The term alkaloid is one you will frequently see on this site. To that end, we think it is far past time to explain what an alkaloid is. An alkaloid may be defined as any … [Read more...] about Is Conolidine an Alkaloid?
Companies derive opiates from the Poppy Plant. Conolidine is an analgesic alkaloid much like an opiate, but is does not come from the Poppy Plant. Does this mean that Conolidine is an opiate? You can find the Conolidine compound in the Crepe Jasmine plant. Conolidine is non-addictive and does not act directly on the GCP receptors like opiates. The literal definition of an … [Read more...] about Is Conolidine An Opiate?
One of the more complicated questions we receive is how does Conolidine work? Conolidine is an alkaloid found in the Crepe Jasmine (Tabernaemontana divaricata) plant. At Conolidine.com we try to inform you with the most up to date Conolidine information possible. We feel like a general understanding of how Conolidine works is a must for an enthusiast. A newly identified … [Read more...] about How Does Conolidine Work?
Generally, the first question we hear is, "What plant contains Conolidine?" Conolidine is an alkaloid found in the Tabernaemontana divaricata (Crepe Jasmine) plant. Alkaloids are any naturally occurring organic compounds of plant origin that have strong effects on the brain. Commonly known alkaloids include morphine, ephedrine, and caffeine. At present, this plant, commonly … [Read more...] about What Plant Contains Conolidine?