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Quinine Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Quinine
English Name
Quinine
Botanical Name
Cinchona Officinalis
Hindi Name
Kunain
Homeopathic Name
Cinchona Officinalis, China Officinalis   -   Mother Tincture

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Quinine Cures

 

Action of Quinine

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Nutrients in Quinine

Quinine
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Quinine

Parts Used

Bark
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Description

Quinine is a tree.
It is perennial.
It grows in tropical regions.
It grows up to 18 M.
Best used for Malaria.
 

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Materia Medica for Quinine

Single Herb

Quinine for Yellow Fever

Take 50 g Quinine bark. Make a decoction of it. Drink 30 ml of it three times a day. Use it for 15 days.

Quinine ( Kunain ) for Malaria

Quinine ( Kunain in India ) is commonly known as "Fever Tree". As its name defines, Quinine ( Kunain ) works the same. It produces Quinina which has Antibacterial and Antimalarial effects. Quinine ( Kunain in India ) is an ideal herbal remedy to treat Malaria.
Grind the dried bark of Quinine ( Kunain in India ) to make a powder. Put a teaspoon of powder in a cup of boiling water. Let it boil for 5 minutes. Drink it lukewarm thrice a day.
Queries on Quinine
Dhruba Chetry ( India )
02 Jan 2017
How do we prepare medicine with help of Quinine seeds?
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Sameshta
12 Jan 2017
The medicine can be taken either in the powder form or decoction. The method depends on the disease to be cured. So, what do you want to cure ?
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Rahul anand ( India )
13 Apr 2017
My age is 30 and my weight is 49 kg i have a stomach problem very slippery stool . Every 10 to15 days letter dysentery system is occur. Please suggest me curable medicine .
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Rabta Syaal
19 Apr 2017
Please share other symptoms also, sleeping patterns, your appetite, the medicines you take, mucus in the stool .
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Abrar ahmad
03 Oct 2017
nux 200 homeopathy remedy 5 drop befor slip repid aftor 7 days
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John Santander ( United States )
10 Feb 2020
Dear Friends:

Please correct your botanical description: The origin of Cinchona tree, the source of Quinine, is the rain forests of Peru, South America, not India. During Spanish colonial times, it was discovered by the Jesuits after the natives provided the bark to cure the fever of the Countess of Cinchona, where the Latin name of the tree is derived. The tree is now grown in many other countries.
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Herbpathy Research Team
13 Feb 2020
Dear John
Thank you for the information. It will be updated soon after research.
 
This advice is for educational purpose only. It is not intended to replace a doctor. Please consult your doctor before taking any herb.
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