"Conolidine is a very potent analgesic," said Micalizio. "But it is not an opiate. It doesn't bind to the opioid receptors."
Long before conolidine was chemically synthesized, traditional Chinese, Indian, and Thai forms of medicine utilized natural extracts from the crepe jasmine plant to treat pain. Root, leaf, and bark powders and extracts derived from the plant are available from some vendors of natural herbs and traditional medicines.
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