People tout Conolidine as nature’s Morphine in some circles, so let’s go over its history and see what Conolidine products companies have been offering. Conolidine has been around for a very long time as a supplement for treating many conditions. Though, it has never really been an ingredient used a lot in Dietary Supplements. Crepe Jasmine (Tabernaemontana divaricata) … [Read more...] about Conolidine: A History of Nature’s Morphine
There are a ton of questions regarding Conolidine, but a common one we get is "Can Conolidine be Synthesized?". We started this blog in the first place to keep you all as informed as possible. To that purpose, today, we will be answering a common question we hear. Can Conoldine be Synthesized? You may be asking yourself what "synthesize" means, and you're not alone. … [Read more...] about Can Conolidine be Synthesized?
Notice: natural Conolidine announced! We have always told you that when news hits us here at conolidine.com, we will be one of the first to report on it. We’ve stumbled onto something of great interest. Clint Winters, Medical Scientist, Announces Patent Filing on CONO1000TM, A Novel Conolidine Pain Relief Active Ingredient Winters Biotechnology, led by Medical Scientist … [Read more...] about Notice: Natural Conolidine Announced!
A common question we get a lot is whether or not Conolidine is a drug. Unfortunately, this question requires a frame of reference because the way we see drugs as the public is VASTLY different from how various agencies that govern drugs see them. We have other connotations when we hear the word "drug" as an average citizen in the United States. We equate the term with a … [Read more...] about Is Conolidine a Drug?
If you aren't familiar with the term "Motor Skills," very simply put, your Motor Skills are a series of actions that your body performs to achieve a task. For instance, getting a glass, walking to the fridge, and filling it with water uses quite a few Motor Skills. This action incorporates both types of Motor Skills, gross and fine. By using smaller muscle groups, … [Read more...] about Does Conolidine Affect My Motor Skills?