Quinine
(Cinchona)

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The genus Cinchona contains about forty species of trees. They grow 15-20 meters in height and produce white, pink, or yellow flowers. All cinchonas are indigenous to the eastern slopes of the Amazonian area of the Andes, where they grow from 1,500-3,000 meters in elevation on either side of the equator (from Colombia to Bolivia). They can also be found in the northern part of the Andes (on the eastern slopes of the central and western ranges). They are now widely cultivated in many tropical countries for their commercial value, although they are not indigenous to those areas.

Cinchona, or quinine bark, is one of the rainforest's most famous plants and most important discoveries. Legend has it that the name cinchona came from the countess of Chinchon, the wife of a Peruvian viceroy, who experienced support for a malarial type of fever by using the bark of the cinchona tree in 1638. It was supposedly introduced to European health in 1640 by the countess of Chinchon, even before botanists had identified and named the species of tree. Quinine bark was first advertised for sale in England in 1658, and was made official in the British Pharmacopoeia in 1677. Physicians gave credit to the drug and, because of its effectiveness with malaria, it was recognized officially even while the identity of the tree species remained unknown. Several years after the "Countess's powder" arrived in England, it arrived in Spain. There, quinine bark was used by the Jesuits very early in its history and due to the influence of the Company of Jesus, the newly named "Jesuit's powder" became known all over Europe. When the plant was finally botanically classified almost one hundred years later in 1737, botanists still named it after the countess for her contribution. Throughout the mid-1600s to mid-1800s quinine bark was the primary approach for malaria and it evidenced remarkable results. It was also used to help support fever, indigestion, mouth and throat health issue.

Natural quinine bark is still employed in herbal health systems around the world today. In Brazilian herbal health quinine bark is considered a tonic, a digestive stimulant, and fever-reducer. It can be used to help support anemia, indigestion, digestion issues, general fatigue, fevers, malaria and as an appetite stimulant. Other folk supportives in South America cite quinine bark as a natural supportive for amebic infections, heart problems, colds, diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia, fevers, hangover, lumbago, malaria, neuralgia, pneumonia, sciatica, and varicose veins. In European herbal health the bark is considered antiprotozoal, antispasmodic, antimalarial, a bitter tonic, and a fever-reducer. There it can be used as an appetite stimulant, for hair loss, alcoholism, liver, spleen, and gallbladder disorders; and to help support irregular heart beat, anemia, leg cramps, and fevers of all kinds. In the U.S., quinine bark can be used as a tonic and digestive aid; can be used to help support heart palpitations and normalize heart functions; to help stimulate digestion and appetite; for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, headaches, leg cramps, coughs, colds, and indigestion; and for its astringent, bactericidal, and anesthetic actions in various other complaints.

  • References:
  • Aviado, D. M., et al., "Antimalarial and antiarrhythmic activity of plant extracts." Medicina Experimentalis--International Journal of Experimental Medicine 1969; 19(20), 79-94.
  • Lung, A. and S. Foster. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients 1996. Wiley & Sons: New York.


The genus Cinchona contains about forty species of trees. They grow 15-20 meters in height and produce white, pink, or yellow flowers. All cinchonas are indigenous to the eastern slopes of the Amazonian area of the Andes, where they grow from 1,500-3,000 meters in elevation on either side of the equator (from Colombia to Bolivia). They can also be found in the northern part of the Andes (on the eastern slopes of the central and western ranges). They are now widely cultivated in many tropical countries for their commercial value, although they are not indigenous to those areas.

Cinchona, or quinine bark, is one of the rainforest's most famous plants and most important discoveries. Legend has it that the name cinchona came from the countess of Chinchon, the wife of a Peruvian viceroy, who experienced support for a malarial type of fever by using the bark of the cinchona tree in 1638. It was supposedly introduced to European health in 1640 by the countess of Chinchon, even before botanists had identified and named the species of tree. Quinine bark was first advertised for sale in England in 1658, and was made official in the British Pharmacopoeia in 1677. Physicians gave credit to the drug and, because of its effectiveness with malaria, it was recognized officially even while the identity of the tree species remained unknown. Several years after the "Countess's powder" arrived in England, it arrived in Spain. There, quinine bark was used by the Jesuits very early in its history and due to the influence of the Company of Jesus, the newly named "Jesuit's powder" became known all over Europe. When the plant was finally botanically classified almost one hundred years later in 1737, botanists still named it after the countess for her contribution. Throughout the mid-1600s to mid-1800s quinine bark was the primary approach for malaria and it evidenced remarkable results. It was also used to help support fever, indigestion, mouth and throat health issues.

Natural quinine bark is still employed in herbal health systems around the world today. In Brazilian herbal health quinine bark is considered a tonic, a digestive stimulant, and fever-reducer. It can be used to help support anemia, indigestion, digestion issues, general fatigue, fevers, malaria and as an appetite stimulant. Other folk supportives in South America cite quinine bark as a natural supportive for amebic infections, heart problems, colds, diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia, fevers, hangover, lumbago, malaria, neuralgia, pneumonia, sciatica, and varicose veins. In European herbal health the bark is considered antiprotozoal, antispasmodic, antimalarial, a bitter tonic, and a fever-reducer. There it can be used as an appetite stimulant, for hair loss, alcoholism, liver, spleen, and gallbladder disorders; and to help support irregular heart beat, anemia, leg cramps, and fevers of all kinds. In the U.S., quinine bark can be used as a tonic and digestive aid; can be used to help support heart palpitations and normalize heart functions; to help stimulate digestion and appetite; for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, headaches, leg cramps, coughs, colds, and indigestion; and for its astringent, bactericidal, and anesthetic actions in various other complaints.

  • References:
  • Aviado, D. M., et al., "Antimalarial and antiarrhythmic activity of plant extracts." Medicina Experimentalis--International Journal of Experimental Medicine 1969; 19(20), 79-94.
  • Lung, A. and S. Foster. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients 1996. Wiley & Sons: New York.


This plant originated in the high valleys of the Andes and there are several species found in Bolivia, Colombia and on the slopes of Chimborazo in northern Peru. But it has been cultivated in other hot countries. The bark contains a fair number of immediate principles, the most important being quinine, the immense merits of which were discovered in the seventeenth century.

Quinine is first and foremost an antiseptic acting mainly on the Infusoria. It is easily absorbed by wounds, the mucous membranes and acts like an irritant. It raises blood pressure. A strong dose produces giddiness, drumming in the ears and even delirium. In intermittent fever, typhoid fever, malaria and acute articular joint pain it is highly effective. Quinine is used in powder form, in a liquid extract; a wine can be made using the bark of the plant, and a syrup. The plant is often mixed with bitter orange bark, gentian root or cinnamon.

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. 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.

The genus Cinchona contains about forty species of trees. They grow 15-20 meters in height and produce white, pink, or yellow flowers. All cinchonas are indigenous to the eastern slopes of the Amazonian area of the Andes, where they grow from 1,500-3,000 meters in elevation on either side of the equator (from Colombia to Bolivia). They can also be found in the northern part of the Andes (on the eastern slopes of the central and western ranges). They are now widely cultivated in many tropical countries for their commercial value, although they are not indigenous to those areas.

Cinchona, or quinine bark, is one of the rainforest's most famous plants and most important discoveries. Legend has it that the name cinchona came from the countess of Chinchon, the wife of a Peruvian viceroy, who experienced support for a malarial type of fever by using the bark of the cinchona tree in 1638. It was supposedly introduced to European health in 1640 by the countess of Chinchon, even before botanists had identified and named the species of tree. Quinine bark was first advertised for sale in England in 1658, and was made official in the British Pharmacopoeia in 1677. Physicians gave credit to the drug and, because of its effectiveness with malaria, it was recognized officially even while the identity of the tree species remained unknown. Several years after the "Countess's powder" arrived in England, it arrived in Spain. There, quinine bark was used by the Jesuits very early in its history and due to the influence of the Company of Jesus, the newly named "Jesuit's powder" became known all over Europe. When the plant was finally botanically classified almost one hundred years later in 1737, botanists still named it after the countess for her contribution. Throughout the mid-1600s to mid-1800s quinine bark was the primary approach for malaria and it evidenced remarkable results. It was also used to help support fever, indigestion, mouth and throat health issues, and immunity issues.

Natural quinine bark is still employed in herbal health systems around the world today. In Brazilian herbal health quinine bark is considered a tonic, a digestive stimulant, and fever-reducer. It can be used to help support anemia, indigestion, digestion issues, general fatigue, fevers, malaria and as an appetite stimulant. Other folk supportives in South America cite quinine bark as a natural immunity booster,amebic infections, heart problems, colds, diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia, fevers, hangover, lumbago, malaria, neuralgia, pneumonia, sciatica, and varicose veins. In European herbal health the bark is considered antiprotozoal, antispasmodic, antimalarial, a bitter tonic, and a fever-reducer. There it can be used as an appetite stimulant, for hair loss, alcoholism, liver, spleen, and gallbladder disorders; and to help support irregular heart beat, anemia, leg cramps, and fevers of all kinds. In the U.S., quinine bark can be used as a tonic and digestive aid; can be used to help support heart palpitations and normalize heart functions; to help stimulate digestion and appetite; for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, headaches, leg cramps, coughs, colds, and indigestion; and for its astringent, bactericidal, and anesthetic actions in various other complaints.

  • References:
  • Aviado, D. M., et al., "Antimalarial and antiarrhythmic activity of plant extracts." Medicina Experimentalis--International Journal of Experimental Medicine 1969; 19(20), 79-94.
  • Lung, A. and S. Foster. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients 1996. Wiley & Sons: New York.


Natural quinine bark is still employed in herbal health systems around the world today. In Brazilian herbal health quinine bark is considered a tonic, a digestive stimulant, and fever-reducer. It can be used to help support anemia, indigestion, digestion issues, general fatigue, fevers, malaria and as an appetite stimulant. Other folk supportives in South America cite quinine bark as a natural immunity booster,amebic infections, heart problems, colds, diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia, fevers, hangover, lumbago, malaria, neuralgia, pneumonia, sciatica, and varicose veins. In European herbal health the bark is considered antiprotozoal, antispasmodic, antimalarial, a bitter tonic, and a fever-reducer. There it can be used as an appetite stimulant, for hair loss, alcoholism, liver, spleen, and gallbladder disorders; and to help support irregular heart beat, anemia, leg cramps, and fevers of all kinds. In the U.S., quinine bark can be used as a tonic and digestive aid; can be used to help support heart palpitations and normalize heart functions; to help stimulate digestion and appetite; for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, headaches, leg cramps, coughs, colds, and indigestion; and for its astringent, bactericidal, and anesthetic actions in various other complaints.

The genus Cinchona contains about forty species of trees. They grow 15-20 meters in height and produce white, pink, or yellow flowers. All cinchonas are indigenous to the eastern slopes of the Amazonian area of the Andes, where they grow from 1,500-3,000 meters in elevation on either side of the equator (from Colombia to Bolivia). They can also be found in the northern part of the Andes (on the eastern slopes of the central and western ranges). They are now widely cultivated in many tropical countries for their commercial value, although they are not indigenous to those areas.

Cinchona, or quinine bark, is one of the rainforest's most famous plants and most important discoveries. Legend has it that the name cinchona came from the countess of Chinchon, the wife of a Peruvian viceroy, who experienced support for a malarial type of fever by using the bark of the cinchona tree in 1638. It was supposedly introduced to European health in 1640 by the countess of Chinchon, even before botanists had identified and named the species of tree. Quinine bark was first advertised for sale in England in 1658, and was made official in the British Pharmacopoeia in 1677. Physicians gave credit to the drug and, because of its effectiveness with malaria, it was recognized officially even while the identity of the tree species remained unknown. Several years after the "Countess's powder" arrived in England, it arrived in Spain. There, quinine bark was used by the Jesuits very early in its history and due to the influence of the Company of Jesus, the newly named "Jesuit's powder" became known all over Europe. When the plant was finally botanically classified almost one hundred years later in 1737, botanists still named it after the countess for her contribution. Throughout the mid-1600s to mid-1800s quinine bark was the primary approach for malaria and it evidenced remarkable results. It was also used to help support fever, indigestion, mouth and throat health issues, and immunity issues.

  • References:
  • Aviado, D. M., et al., "Antimalarial and antiarrhythmic activity of plant extracts." Medicina Experimentalis--International Journal of Experimental Medicine 1969; 19(20), 79-94.
  • Lung, A. and S. Foster. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients 1996. Wiley & Sons: New York.
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TerraVita exists to meet and ensure your family's health and wellness without the harmful effects or chemicals and prescription medications. We strive to make all of our products affordable and reliable and are constantly searching the market to maintain our affordability and to look for new ways to serve you and the ones you love. TerraVita has become a trusted household name for many families and can bring you and yours the very best herbal supplements, blends, teas and spices that are on the market today.

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Alexander
ZIN: 514032 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Cream  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2019.
  review
John
ZIN: 513837 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Tea  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on May 6, 2018.
  satisfied
Valeriya
ZIN: 516410 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5)  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on September 18, 2017.
  Good
Nathaniel
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2016.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder
Monique
ZIN: 516413 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5)  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 8, 2014.
  pleased
HC
ZIN: 513836 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Tea  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 14, 2014.
  Very pleased
Raleigh
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on September 26, 2013.
  Thank God for this wonderful Product!!

Sure stops the leg cramps!!! Thanks!

William
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2013.
  Works well for me....

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.

Maria
ZIN: 513833 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 6, 2013.
  Good product / great service

The product was what I wanted! The fast efficient service was pleasantly surprising!

Matthew
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2013.
  Best alternative to 'real' quinine

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.

Diane
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2013.
  make tonic water

this product is good quality. thicker texture to minimize mess. can be used to make a great tonic base. Will do buy this hard to find item again from this manufacturer.

Toni
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 3, 2013.
  Works Great No More Leg Cramps!!!
Muzaffar
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2013.
  very effective

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.

Jesse
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2013.
  In my opinion

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

tanya
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2012.
  A Bit Confusing

Don't know why I could not confirm receipt of my order but I had to call the company before I felt comfortable the item would be delivered.

But it arrived and I was very satisfied with the product!

cheryl
ZIN: 513834 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Tea (Loose)  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2012.
  great service!
Roberta
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2012.
  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

Karen
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on October 5, 2012.
  Wonderful!! Really Works
Mindy
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on October 1, 2012.
  Quinine Bark

Great product. Great price. Arrived on time. I would buy again. Thanks!

Jolie
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2012.
  I recommended you!

Thank you so much, everything was perfect. I have actually been telling everyone about you guys. I order quinine from you because I run a gin bar in washington d.c. and make custom homemade tonic water. I also teach classes on how to make tonic water and you are the only retailer i recommend to my students. So, thank you for everything!!

Karen
ZIN: 513833 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2012.
  Very pleased!

I got my order and was pleased with the product and have already used it. I will definitely visit your site again if I need more chinchona bark (I use it to make tonic water).

jenourie
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2012.
  excellent rich flavor

I made a tonic recipe with this. Very little product is needed.

Kangi
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2012.
  Fabulous stuff!

I've bought powdered cinchona from different places. This product is top quality cinchona. I have been successful using it for my tonics. I steep it longer than usual, so you may have better results if you steep it like I do. The taste is perfect. It will add the correct quantity of sourness to your tonic water. I keep ordering this from this site!

Joann
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2012.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder
Rachel
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 18, 2012.
  You can make tonic easily

I use quinine to make tonics. Put the powder in little muslin spice bags. Add it to water along with any spices, and allow it to simmer. Strain it before adding sugar, which makes it thicker and harder to strain. Then add sugar to taste (avoid agave).

Carol
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 14, 2012.
  tonic syrup

I used this in the `Imbibe` tonic syrup recipe. The syrup was well received by the gin and tonic drinkers.

Katarzyna
ZIN: 516411 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5)  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 28, 2011.
  excellent service
Emily
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2011.
  quick shipment. looks excellent.

I bought terravita quinine to make my own tonic syrup.

ROBERTO
ZIN: 513833 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on September 13, 2011.
  Dragon Legion - Quinine Review

This product was used in a mixed drink, a Martini, specifically for the bitters. Almost right away I felt in a relaxed state. This is a perfect part to this drink.

Rosemary
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 18, 2011.
  not sure

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

amanda
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2011.
  A Must for Vesper Cocktail

I used it as an ingredient for the classic James Bond martini. Adds a distinct astringency that would otherwise be difficult to attain.

See: http://www.esquire.com/features/ESQ1106DRINKS_84 for the recipe.

I recommend you start out with less quinine than the recipe calls for. Zooscape's product is very fresh, with an intense bitterness; a little goes a long way.

Natilee
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2011.
  Cinchona Bark

I am pleased with the large quantity of quality product I received. I was able to make a terrific do-it-yourself restorative tonic. I'd endorse this.

Christine
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2011.
  Reduced Cramps Admirably

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

Barbara
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2010.
  Better Value

Next to impossible to get this in the states. Better value than the premade caps. Fill my own and getting about 300 caps O size from the bottle.

Stephen Lee
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2010.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder
MICHAEL
ZIN: 516413 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5)  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 30, 2010.
  happy
Aleysha
ZIN: 513835 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Tea (Loose)  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 22, 2010.
  Great for touching up a gin and tonic

Make a tea and add it to taste to a regular Gin and Tonic. Very nice.

ALLANA
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on March 23, 2010.
  Excellent Product

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.

Dana
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on March 10, 2010.
  quinine bark

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

Alice
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2010.
  Roger Phillip Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg Review

Very good product at a good price.

John
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on October 20, 2009.
  quinine is a ten

Good, fine powder.

Sue
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2009.
  It works - what more can I say?

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.

MONICA
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2009.
  magic of red cinchona

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.

Michael
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2009.
  a vital herb in my life

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.

chantelle
ZIN: 513833 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 29, 2008.
  Quinine Bark - Red Cinchona (powder)

Exactly what I wanted.

Todd
ZIN: 513833 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2008.
  It is tasty.

I loved this Quinine once I recieved it.

brian
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on March 21, 2008.
  Absolutely great...

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.

Sophie
ZIN: 513832 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on January 8, 2008.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder
Scott
ZIN: 513833 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Powder  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 5, 2007.
  quinine bark

Great product, great service........

Thanks

rebecca
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2007.
  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.

Nury
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 19, 2007.
  Red Cinchona for leg cramp relief

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.

doreen
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2007.
  Rheumatologist very happy

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.

Rick
ZIN: 513831 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 450 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on March 16, 2007.
  For leg cramps

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.

Amelia
ZIN: 516409 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5)  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2006.
  Terrific!
Elaine
ZIN: 516410 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5)  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on January 27, 2006.
  thanks
MR
ZIN: 516412 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Glycerite Liquid Extract (1:5)  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 22, 2005.
  very happy
Rebekah
ZIN: 513836 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) Tea  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 26, 2003.
  Good Service
Lilia
ZIN: 514033 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - Salve Ointment  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 12, 2003.
  excellent

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Quinine
(Cinchona)

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Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 200 mg 100 capsules 513866 $19.74
Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 260 mg 100 capsules 513867 $22.17
Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg 100 capsules 513868 $23.67

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The genus Cinchona contains about forty species of trees. They grow 15-20 meters in height and produce white, pink, or yellow flowers. All cinchonas are indigenous to the eastern slopes of the Amazonian area of the Andes, where they grow from 1,500-3,000 meters in elevation on either side of the equator (from Colombia to Bolivia). They can also be found in the northern part of the Andes (on the eastern slopes of the central and western ranges). They are now widely cultivated in many tropical countries for their commercial value, although they are not indigenous to those areas.

Cinchona, or quinine bark, is one of the rainforest's most famous plants and most important discoveries. Legend has it that the name cinchona came from the countess of Chinchon, the wife of a Peruvian viceroy, who experienced support for a malarial type of fever by using the bark of the cinchona tree in 1638. It was supposedly introduced to European health in 1640 by the countess of Chinchon, even before botanists had identified and named the species of tree. Quinine bark was first advertised for sale in England in 1658, and was made official in the British Pharmacopoeia in 1677. Physicians gave credit to the drug and, because of its effectiveness with malaria, it was recognized officially even while the identity of the tree species remained unknown. Several years after the "Countess's powder" arrived in England, it arrived in Spain. There, quinine bark was used by the Jesuits very early in its history and due to the influence of the Company of Jesus, the newly named "Jesuit's powder" became known all over Europe. When the plant was finally botanically classified almost one hundred years later in 1737, botanists still named it after the countess for her contribution. Throughout the mid-1600s to mid-1800s quinine bark was the primary product for malaria and it evidenced remarkable results. It was also used to help support fever, indigestion, mouth and throat health issues, and immunity issues.

Natural quinine bark is still employed in herbal health systems around the world today. In Brazilian herbal health quinine bark is considered a tonic, a digestive stimulant, and fever-reducer. It can be used to help support anemia, indigestion, digestion issues, general fatigue, fevers, malaria and as an appetite stimulant. Other folk supportives in South America cite quinine bark as a natural immunity booster,amebic infections, heart problems, colds, diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia, fevers, hangover, lumbago, malaria, neuralgia, pneumonia, sciatica, and varicose veins. In European herbal health the bark is considered antiprotozoal, antispasmodic, antimalarial, a bitter tonic, and a fever-reducer. There it can be used as an appetite stimulant, for hair loss, alcoholism, liver, spleen, and gallbladder disorders; and to help support irregular heart beat, anemia, leg cramps, and fevers of all kinds. In the U.S., quinine bark can be used as a tonic and digestive aid; can be used to help support heart palpitations and normalize heart functions; to help stimulate digestion and appetite; for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, headaches, leg cramps, coughs, colds, and indigestion; and for its astringent, bactericidal, and anesthetic actions in various other complaints.

  • References:
  • Aviado, D. M., et al., "Antimalarial and antiarrhythmic activity of plant extracts." Medicina Experimentalis--International Journal of Experimental Medicine 1969; 19(20), 79-94.
  • Lung, A. and S. Foster. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients 1996. Wiley & Sons: New York.


The genus Cinchona contains about forty species of trees. They grow 15-20 meters in height and produce white, pink, or yellow flowers. All cinchonas are indigenous to the eastern slopes of the Amazonian area of the Andes, where they grow from 1,500-3,000 meters in elevation on either side of the equator (from Colombia to Bolivia). They can also be found in the northern part of the Andes (on the eastern slopes of the central and western ranges). They are now widely cultivated in many tropical countries for their commercial value, although they are not indigenous to those areas.

Cinchona, or quinine bark, is one of the rainforest's most famous plants and most important discoveries. Legend has it that the name cinchona came from the countess of Chinchon, the wife of a Peruvian viceroy, who experienced support for a malarial type of fever by using the bark of the cinchona tree in 1638. It was supposedly introduced to European health in 1640 by the countess of Chinchon, even before botanists had identified and named the species of tree. Quinine bark was first advertised for sale in England in 1658, and was made official in the British Pharmacopoeia in 1677. Physicians gave credit to the drug and, because of its effectiveness with malaria, it was recognized officially even while the identity of the tree species remained unknown. Several years after the "Countess's powder" arrived in England, it arrived in Spain. There, quinine bark was used by the Jesuits very early in its history and due to the influence of the Company of Jesus, the newly named "Jesuit's powder" became known all over Europe. When the plant was finally botanically classified almost one hundred years later in 1737, botanists still named it after the countess for her contribution. Throughout the mid-1600s to mid-1800s quinine bark was the primary approach for malaria and it evidenced remarkable results. It was also used to help support fever, indigestion, mouth and throat health issues, and immunity issues.

Natural quinine bark is still employed in herbal health systems around the world today. In Brazilian herbal health quinine bark is considered a tonic, a digestive stimulant, and fever-reducer. It can be used to help support anemia, indigestion, digestion issues, general fatigue, fevers, malaria and as an appetite stimulant. Other folk supportives in South America cite quinine bark as a natural immunity booster,amebic infections, heart problems, colds, diarrhea, dysentery, dyspepsia, fevers, hangover, lumbago, malaria, neuralgia, pneumonia, sciatica, and varicose veins. In European herbal health the bark is considered antiprotozoal, antispasmodic, antimalarial, a bitter tonic, and a fever-reducer. There it can be used as an appetite stimulant, for hair loss, alcoholism, liver, spleen, and gallbladder disorders; and to help support irregular heart beat, anemia, leg cramps, and fevers of all kinds. In the U.S., quinine bark can be used as a tonic and digestive aid; can be used to help support heart palpitations and normalize heart functions; to help stimulate digestion and appetite; for hemorrhoids, varicose veins, headaches, leg cramps, coughs, colds, and indigestion; and for its astringent, bactericidal, and anesthetic actions in various other complaints.

  • References:
  • Aviado, D. M., et al., "Antimalarial and antiarrhythmic activity of plant extracts." Medicina Experimentalis--International Journal of Experimental Medicine 1969; 19(20), 79-94.
  • Lung, A. and S. Foster. Encyclopedia of Common Natural Ingredients 1996. Wiley & Sons: New York.
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DANNY
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2020.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Melinda
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2018.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Ann
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on November 25, 2016.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
dinaflor
ZIN: 513866 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 200 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 1, 2015.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 200 mg
Melissa
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 16, 2015.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Karvelle
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 8, 2013.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Joseph
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 14, 2012.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Stephen
ZIN: 513866 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 200 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on November 4, 2012.
  Really works but don't over use it.

I have MS and get bad muscle spasms sometimes. I use the salve rub and when it is very bad, I also take one pill of Quinine Bark 200 mg. I can only get this at Zooscape and am very gratful that they have it. Don't over use it because it can cause some side effects. I only use it when the pain is bad.

Jesse
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2012.
  Love it!

I take one at bedtime. No more leg cramps. Amazing!

Teresa
ZIN: 513867 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 260 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2011.
  This will cure your foot or toe ache

Years ago my doctor (now retired) had me take Quinine because when I'd walk, sometimes out of the blue, my foot would feel like it cracked inside. It had been like that since High School, but I didn't let it stop me from running-track or anything else. I just never knew when it was going to happen. So after taking Quinine, it would happen just once in a great while and NOW it's like almost Never. My boss complained about his toes hurting EVERY SINGLE DAY while I was at work. I told him about the Quinine and what it did for me. He didn't want to hear it. So I ordered it from ZooScape and when it arrived I showed it to him and told him to TAKE IT NOW. After a day, he said "You're not going to believe this, but my toes don't hurt." I looked at him and said "I know you're the boss, but you should listen to me more often." Of course I got fired, but he never complained about his toes again.

Joanne
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 4, 2011.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
freda
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2011.
  Red Cinchona as a substitute for Quinine Sulfate

I purchase and use this product without so much as a second thought. It has worked so well in preventing leg cramps that I will not be without it. I used to suffer cramps that I can only describe as debilitating. Since I have been using this product I have had very few problems.

Joseph
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2011.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Nino
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 19, 2010.
  Cinchona Bark

The product arrived in fine order. I was having a rheumatoid arthritis flare and couldn't get in to see my doctor for about a month, and so I ordered the product from you (rather than waiting for a prescription for the pharmaceutical Plaquenil, which I had taken for the prior flare). It worked nicely, and in waiting for the doctor's appointment I also discovered I have celiac disease. I am hopeful that in avoiding gluten I will not have to face the RA again. Thanks much for sending it.

Carol
ZIN: 513866 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 200 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2010.
  quinine bark

The bark is not quite as effective as quinine sulphate. However, the latter is not available in U. S. and in CANADA you need a prescription, which you can't get from a US doctor.

I found I needed to take 3 200 capsules to get the effect of one 260 quinine sulphate. The bark seems to have a moderate laxative effect, but not enough to offset the otherwise very painful nocturnal leg cramps.

[Editor: TerraVita manufactures a number of quinine products: 200 mg, 260 mg, 325 mg, 450mg, and even bulk quinine powder. This product, at 200 mg, is the lowest dose available.]

Natasha
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on February 27, 2010.
  cat lady anderson
Frank
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2009.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Todd
ZIN: 513866 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 200 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2009.
  red cinchona 200 mg
donna
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2009.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona)

It works for me in controlling the leg cramps I get at night. I still get them occasionally, but not as often or as severe as they were.

Marge Levine

Sabina
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 17, 2009.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Keith
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2009.
  quinine

The quinine bark is being used for leg cramps. It works very well. I isn't as good as quinine but it serves the purpose sinse I can't get quinine anymore. Thanks. You are a life saver. Ken

Ioulian
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 30, 2008.
  GREAT WHEN TAKEN AS PRESCRIBED

THIS WORKS GREAT

Cuong
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2008.
  Quinine Bark

love the product. Certainly puts an end to my muscle spasms.

George
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on October 3, 2008.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Andrea
ZIN: 513867 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 260 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2008.
  Quinine Bark 260 mg. helps me to sleep through the night

Without taking 260mg of Quinine Bark each night before going to sleep, I was awakened every hour with terrible leg cramps which started in my feet and worked their way up to just above the knees.

One tablet helps me to sleep through the night.

Marge Levine

jessica
ZIN: 513867 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 260 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on June 13, 2008.
  Quinine Bark for leg cramps

Aside from quinine sulfate which I used to take for leg cramps, and which is no longer available in low doses, Quinine Bark (260 mgs) is the only thing that prevents cramping my legs at night. It works and I can no longer get away without taking it nightly.

Marge Levine

Nicholas
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on May 30, 2008.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Michael
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on December 6, 2007.
  Leg Cramps

This product is working just great for us in relation to leg cramps.....thank you!!!

RENFEI
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on September 12, 2007.
  Very good product!

Product worked beautifully, and I have re-ordered.

Dean
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 28, 2007.
  GREAT PRODUCT

My doctor had order Quinine for my leg cramps but they changed the laws and because i didn't dont have malaria i could no longer get the Quinine pills so i order some Quinine Bark Tea to try out and they worked great however i ran out and they were out of stock so it took a while to get the next order, so i set down and ordered another order just so i don't run out again, thanks for a great product. Earl

David Virgin
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2007.
  Quinine Bark Extremely Helpful For Leg Cramps

When they removed Quinine from the prescription shelves, I didn't know what I was going to do, as I had suffered with severe leg and foot cramping at night for many years. After trying several other over the counter medications, none of which helped at all...I found the Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) 325 mg....and my problem was solved. I have not had a single leg or foot cramp since I started taking the Quinine Bark. And I no longer need a prescription!!

Bless you for carrying this wonderful product.

Amanda
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on July 20, 2007.
  Review Quinine Bark 325 mg

For my wife this product works, she was prescribed QUININE 325 mg for leg crapms. The Pharmacy said that she can not use this product for leg cramps. She started to have the cramps again. I researched and found this product. The Dr. said to use it; since she is taking i tablet every 2 days, the cramps stopped and so far is working well, no side effects.

Sheela
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on March 31, 2007.
  Quinine bark(Red Cinchona) 325mg.

I have been taking the quinine bark for over three months and it seems to have helped to prevent night time cramps although there are times when I need something stronger.

W
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on February 23, 2007.
  Relieve Leg Cramps

Recently purchased Red Cinchona/Quinine Bark from Zooscape for relief from night leg cramps, looking for an alternative to the excessively expensive and now, very hard to obtain, quinine sulfate I used for several decades. I did not have high expectations, but was very happily surprised. The product works.

Harold
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2007.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Roxanne
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on March 17, 2006.
  red cinchona bark

works as well as rx quinine sulfate

Tabitha
ZIN: 513868 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2005.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 325 mg
Jerald
ZIN: 513867 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 260 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on September 21, 2003.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 260 mg
mary
ZIN: 513867 - Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 260 mg  Verified Purchase
Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2003.
  Quinine Bark (Red Cinchona) - 260 mg

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