Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture
Quinine Tincture

Quinine Tincture

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  • Wildcrafted Cinchona (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

Quinine, named Cinchona officinalis in the scientific world, belongs to the Rubiaceae family.
Quinine is extracted from the bark of the cinchona (Quina Quina) tree. It was properly named long after its medicinal attributes were discovered and were commonly referred to as Jesuits' bark, cardinal's bark, or sacred bark.
The bark from the chinchona is first dried and then powdered before using it as a medicine. This bitter compound extracted from cinchona bark is largely found in South America, Central America, the Islands of the Caribbean, and in a few western coastal areas of Africa.
Quinine largely became popular in the 16th century for its parasite-killing properties during the malaria outbreak. The discovery of quinine by the Quechua people was entirely accidental and proved life-saving during the malaria epidemics throughout history.

Benefits and Uses

  • Anti-malarial
  • Digestive issues
  • Regulate bowel movements
  • Diseases transferred to by animals via ticks
  • Leg cramps
  • Restless legs
  • Boosts immunity
  • Overcome Zinc deficiency
  • Internal hemorrhoids
  • Varicose veins
  • Anti-parasitic
  • Infectious diseases

Active Ingredients

  • Quinine Sulfate
  • Anhydrous alkaloid
  • Flavonoids
  • Quinidine
  • Quinamine
  • Cinchonine
  • Cinchonidine
  • Chinotannic acid
  • Quinovic acid
  • Phytosterols

Traditional Uses

Quinine was used largely by the indigenous people to treat fevers, upset stomachs, and diarrhea. 

Modern Uses

In the modern world, quinine is primarily known for its anti-malarial properties. During the 1600s and then in World War II, quinine was known to be the only drug available that could cure malaria. 

Fun Fact

The discovery story of quinine differs greatly. According to one widely believed legend, it was discovered accidentally by a feverish Native Indian lost in an Andean jungle. Mislaid and thirsty, he took a drink from a stagnant pool and found it bitter. The surrounding Quina Quina trees made him suspect that the water was contaminated and he had been poisoned. Shockingly, his fever abated. Gradually, this knowledge spread and quinine was begin to be used as a natural medicine for different types of fevers.

 

*  This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate, or prevent any disease. Results may vary based on individual user and are not guaranteed.

Customer Reviews

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Juliana Braunsroth (Atlanta, US)
Keeping us healthy

I got both forms of quinine. The capsules for my husband and I to take and the liquid form for my kids. I love that the tincture does not contain any alcohol which was the reason that I purchased from this company. I keep coming back for more products

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CHERYL SNYDER (Fairview, US)

No bad taste at all. I just hope it works

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Keith Marsteller (Barrington, US)
Quinine

Great product. I am 66 years old and still working as a Lineman for a major phone company. It helps with joint pains.

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Sara (Chicago, US)
Wow

Added this to my full moon protocol and wow!

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Geralyn Daniel (Jonesboro, US)
Keeping my immune system boosted

I have not been sick one time this whole year!