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Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg
by TerraVita
100 capsules

Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

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Traditionally used to help support digestion, pain, nervousness, anxiety, fever and much more. *


Quinine bark
"I buy it for a friend who suffers leg cramps at night. Guess it works great cause we re-ordered. Can't get it anywhere else. Zooscape is a company that sends out the product without delay. Cares about thier customers."  -- Marc

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ZIN Product Number: 513831
Size: 100 capsules
Weight: 0.20 lbs (0.09 KG)
Size (inches): 1.77" X 1.77" X 3.86"
Size (cm): 4.5 cm X 4.5 cm X 9.8 cm

Manufacturer:
TerraVita

Ingredients: Quinine Bark (450 mg)

Other Ingredients: Gelatin, Water


Description - Research and Analysis

Red Cinchona
Cinchona pubescens Vahl (= Cinchona succirubra Pavon ex Klotsch).

Family: Rubiaceae.

Other Names: Roter Chinarindenbaum (German); quina, quinquina (French); china rossa (Italian); quina (Spanish).

Description: C. pubescens (= C. succirubra) is a large forest tree with tall stems and bright green, simple leaves. The second main source of Cinchona bark is a species alternatively known as C. officinalis or C. calisaya (C. ledgeriana). In commerce, C. pubescens is known as the source of reddish bark (much used in Europe), while cultivated C. calisaya yields a yellowish bark which is an industrial source of alkaloids. Brown or grey bark is obtained from wild forms of C. officinalis.

Origin: Colombia, western Ecuador and northern Peru (C. pubescens and C. calisaya / C. officinalis). Commercial cultivation occurs mainly in India, Indonesia and Africa (DRC, formerly Zaire).

Parts Used: Bark (twigs, stems) (Cinchonae cortex).

Therapeutic Category: Antimalarial, bitter tonic, anti-arrhythmic (quinidine).

Uses and Properties: The bark contains quinine, formerly a most important antimalarial drug. As a bitter tonic, it is used to help stimulate appetite (e.g. gin and tonic before a meal). Bark is sometimes included in herbal teas to help support flatulence and loss of appetite. Isolated pure alkaloids, such as quinine and quinidine can be used to help support malaria and heart rhythm complaints.

Active Ingredients: Quinoline alkaloids (5-15%), such as quinine, quinidine, cinchonine, cinchonidine and others. Furthermore, triterpene saponins, epicatechins (cinchonain) and proanthocyanidins (cinchonain IIa), catechol tannins and red phlobaphens are present in the bark.

Health Effects: Quinine interferes with the metabolism of blood forms of various Plasmodium parasites. Another molecular target is their DNA, which is intercalated by quinine. Several synthetic more and powerful anti-malaria drugs have been developed as a substitute for quinine. Unfortunately, a number of Plasmodium strains have become resistant to medical treatments. Quinidine inhibits Na+ channels and is employed as an antiarrhythmic drug.

Status: Pharm.; Comm. E+ (tonic use only); modern health: quinine, quinidine.

Preparation and Dosage: For malaria breakment, a minimum daily dose of 1 g fluid extract (4-5% alkaloids) is necessary (not more than 0.5 g at a time, and to no more than 3 g per day), while lower doses (ca. 0.2 g) are used for other applications. In tonic water, a 67 mg quinine per litre is the usual concentration.

 

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Tee - May 13, 2007, 00:36#10001131
QuestionWhat product would help greatly if a person has diabetes resulting in pains in the knees and feet?
ZooScape Moderator - July 16, 2007, 18:31#10001484
There are a few key herbs that can improve blood circulation if that, specifically, is the source of the pain: huckleberry, grape seed extract, ginkgo biloba and horse chestnut are all excellent herbs for increasing blood circulation in the lower extremeties. Both ginkgo biloba and cayenne pepper have been shown to be useful in the relief of compromised blood circulation as well as the prevention of early-stage diabetic neuropathy.

An amino acid, acetyl-L-carnitine (ALC), has been shown to relieve pain and improve nerve function in conditions of diabetic neuropathy, according to a 2005 study of 1,200 diabetics with the complication. According to a double-blind, placebo-controlled 1990 trial, the gamma-linolenic acid within evening primrose oil was also shown to alleviate pain and improve nerve function in participants with diabetic neuropathy. Finally, cayenne cream has yielded positive results in at least two studies that showed how the herb applied topically was nervine and analgesic.
Anna - June 7, 2006, 01:53#10000746
QuestionWhat is quinine's effect on blood sugar levels? Increase or decrease?
ZooScape Moderator - June 14, 2006, 10:14#10000841
Quinine can aggravate Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar) thereby suggesting that the effect quinine would have on you would be lowering of the blood sugar levels, in both diabetic and non-diabetic patients. Quinine would certainly have an even greater effect on those with diabetes and should be either avoided altogether or used with vigilance and under the guidance of your physician. Quinine can also interfere with the diabetes medication Metformin (Glucophage). I would suggest that you speak with your physician prior to beginning a approach with quinine if you are a diabetes patient. He or she will have the most knowledge regarding your personal medical history and will be able to make the best decision regarding your optimal health. Likewise, if you are looking for an herbal product to relieve a specific ailment please write back and let us know what that ailment is. We will do our very best to offer you some product selections that would be safe to take in the event that you do have diabetes.
Cinda harbaugh - June 6, 2006, 23:03#10000745
QuestionWhat is quinine's effect on blood sugar levels? Increase or decrease?
ZooScape Moderator - June 14, 2006, 12:32#10001460
According to Medline Plus, quinine may cause low blood sugar. A few sites mention 'quinine-induced hypoglycemia' as a complication of taking therapeutic doses to relieve conditions such as leg cramps and malaria.
Sandy Hardman - May 2, 2006, 12:29#10000311
QuestionHi, I have some inquires about your product Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona).

I would like to know what is the difference in dose and biological effect between it and chemically synthesized Quinine (Quinamm, Quiphile). If I need a dose 2gm / day of chemically synthesized Quinine drug, what is the equivalent dose of your Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) product should I take.

I waiting for your answer ……………thanks you.
ZooScape Moderator - May 2, 2006, 15:22#10001335
The potency of drugs and the plants they are derived from can be quite different!

For over 100 years, the quinine chemical, an alkaloid, was extracted from the natural bark of Cinchona trees and sold as a prescription drug for malaria. American scientists were motivated to try to copy this chemical in the laboratory during World War II when the world's main tropical tree farms fell into the hands of the Japanese and the natural bark was in short supply during which time American troops in the tropics were dropping like flies to malaria. Scientists were able to make an exact copy of the chemical in the laboratory without using any natural bark to start with, and a synthesized drug was created. Because it was a chemical occurring in nature and not a new one, it could not be patented by any one drug company. Several pharmaceutical companies worldwide began producing and selling synthesized quinine drugs, as they still do today.

While natural quinine-containing bark can be sold in the United States as a natural product, quinine drugs still require a prescription here. In many European countries, even the natural bark is regulated as a drug since it contains naturally occurring and very active quinine alkaloids that are regulated as drugs. This also means that Americans using the bark as a natural product should use it carefully with knowledge and respect due to its very powerful and active ingredient quinine, which is not without well documented acute toxicity and side effects.

The longstanding natural remedy for quinine bark usually calls for a cup of boiling water to be poured over approximately 1-2 g of ground or chopped natural bark and allowed to steep for ten minutes. A cupful of this infusion is drunk half an hour before meals to stimulate the appetite, or after meals to relieve digestive disorders. The use of pure quinine at large dosages can be toxic. The reported therapeutic oral dose for quinine alkaloids in adults is between 167-333 mg three times per day. Reportedly, a single dose of 2-8 grams of pure quinine alkaloids taken orally may be fatal to an adult. Natural bark teas prepared in the traditional manner, however, have a long history of use without toxic effects. A cup of traditional quinine bark tea would provide approximately 100 mg of total alkaloids, including quinine (based upon an average of 5% total alkaloid content in the raw bark).

Unfortunately as we do not carry the chemically synthesized version of Quinine, I am unable to comment on its' uses and/or dosages. If you are considering changing from taking a pharmaceutical medication to a natural version I would suggest that you speak with your physician prior to doing so. He or she will be the most knowledgeable regarding your personal medical history and therefore will be able to make the best decision regarding your optimal health.

In cases of Malaria, the recommended daily dose is 600 mg, three times daily. However, the dosages can vary dependant upon what particular condition is being relieved.
Anonymous - May 2, 2006, 01:35#10000299
Questiondoes quinine effect hearing? If hearing loss occurs, can hearing return to normal if you stop taking quinine?
ZooScape Moderator - May 2, 2006, 12:18#10000305
When taken according to directions and when not exceeding the daily recommended dosage, Quinine Bark is a safe herbal remedy that is recommended for many ailments.

Quinine bark contains naturally-occurring quinine alkaloids. These quinine alkaloids are sold as prescription drugs with numerous side effects and warnings documented in the literature. Do not exceed the quinine bark natural remedy amounts unless you are under the care and advice of a qualified health care practitioner who is familiar with the warnings, side effects, and contraindications of higher therapeutic levels of quinine alkaloids.

A pathological condition resulting from an overdose of cinchona bark or its alkaloid derivatives and marked by headache, dizziness, hearing loss, and ringing in the ears (tinnitus). Most symptoms of cinchonism (except in severe cases) are reversible and disappear once quinine is withdrawn.

 

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Number of Reviews: 57    Average Rating: 4.8

Quinine bark  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I buy it for a friend who suffers leg cramps at night. Guess it works great cause we re-ordered. Can't get it anywhere else. Zooscape is a company that sends out the product without delay. Cares about thier customers.

-- Marc
-- July 20, 2007




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

It is a very effective product and ZooScape is easy with which to work. I recommend both the product and the vendor.

Charlotte Hill

-- Charlotte (Profession: Executive Recruiter)
-- March 18, 2008




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I like having this product because it helps a great deal with leg cramps. I have recommended it and ZooScape to my friends and family.

-- ALEEMUDDIN SHAIKH
-- July 7, 2008




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

The only thing on the planet that prevents leg and foot cramps. Thank you Zooscape!!

-- Sharlo (Profession: Housewife)
-- February 6, 2010




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

cannot buy this in the u.k. so had to send abroad for them. had exactly what i wanted and delivered in super fast time, sometimes quicker than uk mail service. thanx zooscape have added you to my favourites

-- jonkins
-- February 23, 2010




quinine bark  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

so glad you sell this - I would be lost without it!!! no more leg cramps!

-- Barbara
-- March 10, 2010




Excellent Product  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

My husband had been taking prescription quinine for his leg cramps until it stopped being available in the U.S. The cramps had returned full force, waking him several times each night with intense pain. I ordered this product for him from ZooScape, and he is now sleeping through the night with no incident. I am about to order another bottle for him.

-- niel
-- March 23, 2010




Best alternative to 'real' quinine  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I have MS and the frequent muscle spasms that go with it.

This product is the ONLY thing I've found to keep them under control.

It helps relax all my muscles and helps my sleep, too.

-- Jean
-- July 12, 2013




In my opinion  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I've been using herbal medicine for everything except surgery for over 40 years. Some things, like Quinine, are virtually impossible to find--BINGO--Zooscape has it.

I purchased it to replace tonic water as a scource for Quinine...takes up a lot less space on the shelf.

Originally, my intent was to use it to aleviate night-time leg cramps. For the most part it works very well, but not always.

Question; Does any supplement, herb or drug work every time? Of course not! Even though my success has not been 100%, I AM EXTREMELY SATISFIED.

Red Cinchona is my first purchase from Zooscape. I assure you it will not be my last. The staff is even human enough to suggest other sources for products that they do not handle--a rare trait in todays 'dog-eat-dog' world.

DD

-- Dennis (Profession: 40 years experience)
-- February 7, 2013




Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Works great!

-- Michael
-- November 13, 2013




Great  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Great for Irregular Heart Murmur but use with caution and never take it for a long period of time.

-- Esther (Profession: Nutritionist)
-- November 1, 2014




Quinine bark  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Easy to swallow; no taste. Was taking it for nighttime cramps in legs and ankles. Has not helped much for that but for some reason or other my fasting-blood-sugar readings (I'm a diabetic) have dropped noticably since a week after starting to take two capsules daily. Will continue to monitor that by discontinuing and then restarting to take them to see what happens. Check in on me now and then. [Editor: Good luck!]

-- Chas (Profession: Ph.D. in Psychology)
-- November 25, 2005




Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

very satisfied with the results, especially since quinine sulfate has been removed from the market.

-- Lynn
-- March 6, 2007




For leg cramps  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

It helps a lot, but I have to be pro-active using it. I've got to think ahead so that is in my system when I need it.

-- Carol
-- March 16, 2007




Rheumatologist very happy  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I was paying a lot for Quinine Sulfate by prescription. That product has been removed fro the market. My experience with this product is very good. My rheumatologist was glad to have my positive review so that he can recommend this product to other patients.

-- Joy
-- April 1, 2007




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Greatly helped with a nagging 'Charlie Horse' cramp in my calf.

-- Tatiana
-- April 2, 2007




Red Cinchona for leg cramp relief  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I purchased Red Cinchona as a cheaper alternative to Quinine Sulfate which was prescribed by my rheumatologist for my severe leg cramps. Quinine Sulfate has been removed from the market so this product is 'the answer'. I do not know all of the other applications for this product. What I do know, is that it works very well for me.

-- lynn (Profession: equipment operator)
-- April 19, 2007




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

As a remedy for leg cramps, this is a very good product. It changed my perspective on living a normal life

-- lynn (Profession: equipment operator)
-- May 29, 2007




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

This did not relieve my leg cramps as I had hoped.

-- Jenny
-- December 7, 2007




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

It works.

-- Charlotte
-- December 17, 2007




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I HAVE 4 RUPTURE DISC IN MY BACK, I HAD SEVERE CRAMPS IN MY LEGS, ARMS AND FINGERS AT NIGHT WHILE SLEEPING AND ALSO IN THE DAY WHILE RELAXING AND SOMETIMES IF I BEND OVER TO PUT MY SOCKS ON I WOULD GET SEVERE MUSCLE CRAMPS IN MY STOMACH WHERE AS IT WOULD HINDER ME FROM STRAIGHTING UP. ALSO AT NIGHT TINGLEING IN MY LEGS AND MY FEET AND TOES WOULD BE VERY COLD, AND MY LEGS WOULD FEEL VERY HEAVY....IN THE MORNING UPON AWAKINIG I WOULD HAVE LOWER BACK PAINS AROUND MY WAIST, I COULDN'T STRAIGHTEN UP. I WAS TOLD ABOUT QUININE THAT IT WOULD HELP ME WITH MY PROBLEMS. NOW I TAKE FOUR [4] 450 MG QUININE CAPSULES AT NIGHT PRIOR TO RETIRING AND I ALSO DRINK A 12 OZ GLASS OF TONIC WATER WITH QUININE. I HAVE NO MORE PROBLEMS WITH CRAMPS, TINGLING, OR LOWER BACK PAIN. I AM A BELIEVER IN QUININE AND I ALSO RESEARCHED QUININE ON THE WEB SITE. I HAVE MY FRIEND ALSO TAKING QUININE. I AM A 72 YEAR OLD MALE.

PLEASE KEEP SUPPLYING ME WITH QUININE CAPSULE AND ALSO IF YOU CARRY QIUININE TEA.

-- Cialis online
-- January 19, 2008




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

It is a great product. It has solved my severe leg cramps.

-- Charlotte (Profession: Legal Recruiter)
-- February 7, 2008




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I found this product to be far superior to other quinine based products including the quinine sulfate line, with more effective results. I would not return to any of the quinine sulfate products.

-- Lee (Profession: Small Business Owner/Prof.Services Cons.)
-- February 15, 2008


Also Recommended: I would recommend the product to any veteran such as myself who served in a tropical/subtropical enviroment with the exposure to malaria with the common onset of periodic leg cramping, etc, and as an effective preventive medication for that.



Absolutely great...  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I am a frequent sufferer of leg cramps. I used to get Quinine before they made it a prescription. I decided to search the web to find out if there was a generic substitute. This is the one and it works.

-- meanbusiness (Profession: Customer Service Coordinator)
-- March 21, 2008




Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

The product seems to be worling well, and helping my leg cramps. Am glad to get it as its very hard to obtain anymore.

-- Ruth
-- July 4, 2008




Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Have used this and find its excellant for leg cramps. Have found nothing else that works. I have had leg cramps for yrs, could no longer get quinine, and found this product. Has been a lifesaver!

-- R (Profession: not necessary to know)
-- August 13, 2008




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

It is a good product and it is easy to order.

-- Lynda
-- October 16, 2008




magic of red cinchona  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

this herb is part of what used to be a very secret formula in ancient times. when combined with white willow it will do magic to your health. i have been using it for 2 decades now and its just wonderful. if problems then take it with hot milk. pregnant women should not take it.

-- writingtree (Profession: yogi,shaman, poet)
-- June 2, 2009


Also Recommended: can also be used with valarian root and white willow. cayenne can also be added.



  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Have used quinine bark for some time now. Its great, really helps with leg cramps. Can't find it anywhere else. Am reordering every couple of months now.

-- NICOLE
-- June 7, 2009




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

this seems to help with my leg cramps to some degree.

-- cinzinn (Profession: bus driver)
-- August 8, 2009




It works - what more can I say?  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I bought this for my mom who has cramps in her hands when working in the garden, and in her legs at night. She was drinking lots of tonic water, but this does the trick more quickly.

-- Georgianna
-- September 22, 2009




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

thank heaven we can get this from Canada for leg cramps - I can't survive without it!

-- Barbara
-- September 24, 2009




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I suffer from severe night-time leg cramps and quinine bark has helped trememdously. So glad to have found this!

-- Katherine
-- December 23, 2009




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

It works

-- ada
-- December 26, 2009




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

These tablets seem to have enough active ingredient. Quinine is useful for more than malaria. I used it for the flu for my sore throat. It cut the soreness in half when I opened the capsule and took half a capsule in my mouth. The taste is bitter but easy to ignore when your throat hurts so bad. If you look at how it was used in medicine 70 or more years ago you will see it was very useful. I figure it will take me forever to use up a whole bottle but I think it is essential to have around. The second bottle I bought was for family or friends.

-- Sara
-- February 4, 2010




Roger Phillip Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg Review  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Very good product at a good price.

-- Alexandra
-- February 19, 2010




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

It has been a great discovery for me. Now I can sleep without the fear of the painful leg cramps that haunted me for years.

-- Delma S. (Profession: Clinical Psychologist & Psychotherapist)
-- October 7, 2010




Reduced Cramps Admirably  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Does exactly what the intended purpose for buying it was....reduce cramps. Will be buying more in the not too distant future.

-- modesto
-- March 21, 2011




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

If I don't take Red Cinchona every day, I know the difference in my legs.

-- Brook
-- October 3, 2011




a vital herb in my life  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

this herb in combination with white willow bark is one of the most important herbal combinations in all of herbalogy. i have been using it for 2 decades now. it will assuage a heart attack and eliminate stress and high blood pressure. there is a long list of positive effects. it is best taken with hot milk if there are problems. it should not be used if you are pregnant.

-- writingtree (Profession: herbalist, yogi, writer.)
-- February 24, 2009




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

the only thing that works for leg cramps

-- sandra
-- January 12, 2012




Wonderful!! Really Works  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

-- amanda
-- October 5, 2012




Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

It seems the product sf good as I use it and it helps. I don't feel any rejection or bed feeling after taking it. so for me it is good.

thank you

-- dalia (Profession: secretary)
-- November 14, 2012




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Seems as advertised. I am just so happy to get this product. Arrived quickly and as advertised.

-- carl
-- May 22, 2013




Works Great No More Leg Cramps!!!  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

-- I
-- June 3, 2013




very effective  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

From time to time I have leg cramps. These can be excruciating. One quinine bark capsule quickly alleviates the symptoms. I always keep quinine bark on hand.

-- Stephanie
-- February 7, 2013




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

When the government stopped allowing prescriptions for quinine to alleviate leg cramps, I found this quinine bark at zooscape. I take 4 of the 450mg tablets a day. Two at lunch and two at dinner. They have helped tremendously and I am grateful that I found these.

-- Kenneth
-- January 24, 2013




not sure  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I used to use 250 mg quinine sulphate for my noctural leg cramps which was the only thing that worked. Then the Fda prohibited sale. I dont know what the equation is to the 450 mg bark. I take 4 daily whih seems to help somewhat, but not like the quinine sulphate

-- Rob Miller
-- April 18, 2011




Works well for me....  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I am coming back to order more. I take one before getting in bed. Rarely have any leg cramps while taking this just before bed. In 3 months time I only had maybe 3 nights that I got up with leg cramps and take another capsule.

-- Toffy (Profession: Retired Meatcutter)
-- August 16, 2013




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I can no longer get Quinine in the USA so I bought the Quinine Bark and it is wonderful! Works just like the prescription. I would recommend this product to anyone that needs Quinine.

-- Ian
-- September 23, 2013




Thank God for this wonderful Product!!  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

Sure stops the leg cramps!!! Thanks!

-- Chris
-- September 26, 2013




quinine  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

its just great for my leg cramps i don't know what i'd do with out it.

-- joyce (Profession: retired)
-- January 4, 2015




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

-- hopity
-- March 21, 2008




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

-- Cheryl Swift
-- June 12, 2009




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

I have almost completed one bottle of Red Cinchona Quinine Bark. I am ordering more and do not plan on being without it. It has worked great for my night leg and feet cramps. Thank you Marie

-- Marie
-- September 23, 2010




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

-- Thelma avie
-- August 13, 2012




  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg

-- Sarah
-- October 19, 2014



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