Conolidine Balm, Salve, and Tincture
Aids in the relief and discomfort of aches and pain*.
The molecule, conolidine, is one of many complex organic molecules present in the bark of a tropical flowering plant, Tabernaemontana divaricata (otherwise known as the crepe jasmine). This is often used in Chinese, Indian and Thai herbal medicine to fight inflammation and pain.
✔ Natural ingredients
✔ Fast acting
✔ Long lasting
✔ Patented process
Conolidine may be used to help relieve*:
✔ Acute pain
✔ Chronic pain
✔ Functional pain
✔ Neuropathic pain
✔ Nociceptive pain
✔ Radicular pain
Additional features of conolidine and our ingredients:
✔ Potential superfood very high in antioxidants.
✔ Promotes healing when applied to the skin*.
✔ May have brain and memory benefits (crepe jasmine ingredients)*
Conolidine is one of 66 known alkaloids extracted from the Tabernaemontana Divaricata (commonly known as Crepe Jasmine). Conolidine is one of 4 known indole alkaloids within the plant. Conolidine belongs to a larger class of natural products, called C5-nor stemmadenines, members of which have been described as “opioid analgesics”. Put simply, this means that conolidine acts similarly to synthetic opioids in the way it provides relief. Conolidine is an exceptionally rare member of this family, being the first identified with medicinal qualities.
Research suggests that conolidine is a potent analgesic which provides “Opiate Like” pain relief*, with no recorded side effects*. In various models of pain, the compound performed spectacularly, suppressing acute pain, and inflammatory-derived pain, two key measures of efficacy (refer to Jan 2019 article published by nature.com1 ). The compound is extensively studied, with pain relief compared to that of synthetic opioids, with none of the side effects or propensity for addiction*. Pharmacological Studies confirmed that “while conolidine is not an Opiate, it’s nearly as potent as morphine”*.
See label instructions for the proper application.
Conolidine 1 Ingredients:
Olea europaea (Olive Oil), Cera alba (Beeswax), Tabernaemontan Divaricata (Crepe Jasmine), Food Grade Ethyl Alcohol, Cinnamomum Camphora Oil (Camphor Oil), Mentha Arvensis Oil (Peppermint Oil), Eucalyptus Polybractea (Eucalyptus Oil).
Tabernaemontana Divaricata (Crepe Jasmine), Pomace (Olive Oil), Yellow Beeswax Granules, Food Grade D-Limonene, Food Grade Ethyl Alcohol, Cinnamomum Camphora Oil (Camphor Oil), Eucalyptus Polybractea (Eucalyptus Oil), Mentha Arvensis Oil (Peppermint Oil)
Tabernaemontana Divaricata (Crepe Jasmine), Pomace (Olive Oil), Food Grade D-Limonene, Food Grade Ethyl Alcohol, Natural Wild Strawberry Flavoring.
Patent Protected Process:
We extract these precious alkaloids using our patented “Ethyl Extraction” process which ensures the highest level of quality and consistency available anywhere.
Manufactured in the USA:
Conolidine 1 Clinical is manufactured in our GMP (pharmaceutical grade) and FDA (GRAS) registered facility in the USA.
This product is intended for external use only. Do not use on broken or injured skin. Do not consume orally or apply to open cuts or wounds The product is not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent any disease.
Conolidine for Pain*:
Acute pain is a type of pain that typically lasts less than 3 to 6 months, or pain that is directly related to soft tissue damage such as a sprained ankle or a paper cut. Acute pain is of short duration and gradually resolves as the injured tissues heal.
Chronic pain is pain that is ongoing and usually lasts longer than six months. This type of pain can continue even after the injury or illness that caused it has healed or gone away. Pain signals remain active in the nervous system for weeks, months or years
When a patient presents with pain of no obvious organic origin, they are often labelled as having ‘functional’ pain. The exact diagnosis is derived from the organ system displaying the predominant symptoms e.g., musculoskeletal pain in fibromyalgia (FM) or visceral pain in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Neuropathic pain is pain caused by damage or disease affecting the somatosensory nervous system. Neuropathic pain may be associated with abnormal sensations called dysesthesia or pain from normally non-painful stimuli (allodynia). It may have continuous and/or episodic (paroxysmal) components.
Nociceptive pain is a type of pain caused by damage to body tissue. Nociceptive pain feels sharp, aching, or throbbing. It’s often caused by an external injury, like stubbing your toe, having a sports injury, or a dental procedure.
Radicular pain is a type of pain that radiates from your back and hip into your legs through the spine. The pain travels along the spinal nerve root. The leg pain can be accompanied by numbness, tingling, and muscle weakness. Radicular pain occurs when the spinal nerve gets compressed (pinched) or inflamed.