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  • Quinine is an important standard for fluorescence spectrometry; its appearance in urine has found use as a diagnostic for heroin use (due to the latter being commonly 'cut' with quinine); and you can even use tonic water to make fluorescent jelly for Halloween and fluorescent cocktails.

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  • Quinine tree Chinchona succirubra and mora Caesalpinia bonduc have altered parts of the humid zone of Santa Cruz and San Cristobal.

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  • Quinine has been used for more than three centuries and, until the 1930s, it was the only effective malaria treatment.

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  • Quinine water, or tonic, originally developed in India as an antimalaria nostrum, became a masking agent for gin of dubious origin.

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  • Also thriving are some species traditionally used for medicinal properties such as American Quinine for treating Malaria, ipecac for treating poisoning, witch hazel to soothe itching, and catnip to drive cats crazy.

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  • They were proud of being the biggest producers in the world of products containing Quinine and Cocaine.

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  • Globally, several anti-malarial drugs are available for treatment by continuous intravenous infusion; Quinidine is the only intravenous medicine available in the United States, Quinine is the only one in Canada, and Artesunate is available in some countries.

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  • Quinine, a famous malaria treatment, and quinidine, an antiarrhythmic medication, are made from the bark of the cinchona tree.

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  • Hadz tu pop out fur medicinal supplies… Vitamin C And Quinine, butt Ayez bakc noa.

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  • Quinine comes from the bark of the cinchona tree (and its relatives).

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