- Wildcrafted Cinchona (Quinine, Quina, Cinchona officinalis) Dried Bark
- All Natural Herbal Supplements
- GMO FREE
- MADE IN USA
- NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS
Parts Used: Bark
Country of Origin: Brazil
Cinchona, formally referred to as Cinchona officinalis and commonly known as quinine, is a perennial flowering plant that belongs to the coffee family. Cinchona is native to the Tropical Andes.
Benefits and Uses
- Different types of fevers
- Stomach problems
- Increase appetite
- Various infections
- Certain mouth and throat related conditions
- Heart palpitations
- Catechic tannins, such as chinotannic acid
- Triterpine (quinovic acid)
- Organic quinic acids
- Caffeic acid
Historically, Cinchona bark was used in Native American medicine to treat cases of malaria during the height of colonialism in the 15th century. The native Quechua people primarily used it to soothe fevers and hypothermia. Jesuits living in colonial Peru used Cinchona bark for heart health support. The herb was later brought back to Europe during the 16th century.
Cinchona bark contains alkaloids such as quinine, which determine a broad range of its uses. It’s used for fever relief, as well as joint pain and muscle cramps. According to studies, due to the quinine content, Cinchona bark is used to soothe muscle cramps, most commonly nighttime leg cramps. Cinchona bark is also used to promote gastrointestinal system health.
Cinchona is the national tree of both Peru and Ecuador.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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32 Years ago when my liver was failing and I was on the transplant list my miracle worker Hematologist prescribed Quinine tabs for my constant dehabilitating leg cramps. After transplantation until now I have had very few cramps of any kind. Well it is that time again, as my gift has lived it's life, and I can't get any of my providers to prescribe Quinine, saying that they no longer prescribe Quinine, that there are other ways (meds) to control this issue (which none have worked) yet.
I am a market farmer working 4 hrs. hard labor and 5-6 hrs. light work daily, on my feet all that time.
I started this tincture regimen about three weeks ago with 5 drops every 4 waking hour and perceived some relief immediately, however I am now at 30 drop alternating dosages of cinchona then quinine 4 times daily with increased water intake. I still have light cramping in my legs & feet during the day. I still am woken on average from sleep twice a night due to less severe leg or feet cramps. Just wish the Tribe offered a more concentrated version. But for what the Tribe offered and I bought, I am happy I found them !!. I will be ordering more very soon. END
I did not choose to accept the medical application however, I was getting very sick when I spent any time around those who chose the medical application for themselves. Symptoms included loss of appetite, unusual menstrual bleeding for very long periods of time(once time 23 days) swelling of legs and ankles, pain in urination, and more. After a lot of research I decided that Cinchona would be the best all natural remedy for these symptoms. And It worked. I now take cinchona twice a day for about 2 or 3 days after exposures and I am well and free of symptoms. Cinchona is miraculous.
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Definitely will buy again!
I'm NO Doctor,But this Liquid Quinine,(Chinchona) Is the Real thing,and Great for Killing what's bad,Or at least I think so? Thank you,R.S.
Haven’t had leg cramps at night since I started using it.