cinchona bark


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Related to cinchona bark: Cinchona officinalis, quinine
  • noun

Synonyms for cinchona bark

medicinal bark of cinchona trees

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While quinine was not isolated in pharmacological form until 1820, cinchona bark had been known by Europeans since the early seventeenth century as a cure for malaria in all its various forms, known then by such archaic names as the ague, tertiana, quartana, and double quartana fevers.
Phytolium Shampoo is highly concentrated in Rooibos and Cinchona bark extracts that energize the scalp and fortifies the hair bulb while restoring strength and density to hair.
Synthetic quinine and natural quinine in the form of powdered cinchona bark have been used for many indications, such as pain, fever, diarrhea, and exhaustion, as well as to induce abortion (1, 3).
Quinine comes from cinchona bark and is used to fight malaria.
Pink Sheets: BPYT) ("Bioponic"), an innovative provider of natural products and patented technology serving the Complementary Alternative Medicine (CAM) and nutraceutical markets, announced today the launch of Curemisinin(TM), an all-natural anti-malaria product that is based on three proven effective anti-malaria herbs: Artemesia, Turmeric and Cinchona Bark, uniquely extracted through the Company's proprietary extraction/distillation technologies.
In 1924, quinine was produced only under a state monopoly, so Esanofele was probably also an herbal preparation with perhaps some antimalarial activity due to the cinchona bark.