Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture
Cinchona Tincture

Cinchona Tincture

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  • Wildcrafted Cinchona (Quinine, Quina, Cinchona officinalis) Dried Bark
  • All Natural Herbal Supplements
  • GMO FREE
  • VEGAN
  • MADE IN USA
  • NOT TESTED ON ANIMALS

Parts Used: Bark
Wildcrafted
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
  • Antibacterial

Active Ingredients

  • Quinine
  • Quinidine
  • Quinamine
  • Cinchonine
  • Cinchonidine
  • Catechic tannins, such as chinotannic acid
  • Triterpine (quinovic acid)
  • Organic quinic acids
  • Caffeic acid
  • Flavonoids
  • Phytosterols

Traditional Uses

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.

Modern Uses

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.

Fun Fact

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.

Individual results may vary, and testimonials are not claimed to represent typical results. All testimonials are by real people and may not reflect the typical purchaser's experience, and are not intended to represent or guarantee that anyone will achieve the same or similar results.

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Rick Shields
from Illinois

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.

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William Clark (Osage, US)

Haven’t had leg cramps at night since I started using it.

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Heather S (Kaneohe, US)
Essential for wellness arsenal

You never know when you will need cinchona (quinine). I have not taken this product but I am grateful to have found a company that sells quinine and if the need arises, I will take this along with zinc.

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Lynn Stokes
easy to take

and makes us feel safer

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Terry Tver (Boynton Beach, US)
Leg cramps are gone

I was waking up at night with very painful leg cramps. I haven't had any symptoms since I started taking this. The taste is a little bitter but okay.