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(also known as Tonic Water)
Quinine was previously superseded by chloroquine, but is now again the drug of choice for treatment of falciparum malaria because of the rise of chloroquine resistance. more at Wikipedia

Treatment Success Rate

Top 5 Communities
Condition Members Success
Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Restless Legs Syndrome
Back Pain
Overall, 83% (18 Members) find Quinine helpful

Quinine Reviews

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Working / Worked
This is the first med they put me on in 1984. When I started it it felt like such a relief. The pain and cramping were much less. Side effects are bad though... permanent hearing loss being the worst
Working / Worked
Working / Worked
worked great for RLS but off the market now.
Working / Worked
worked great for RLS but off the market now.
Working / Worked
Reduces muscle spasms
Working / Worked
Helps with muscle spasms
Working / Worked
too soon to tell
Working / Worked
It seemed to work aw hell it did work, but now i'm hearing that they want to take quininine of the market.
Somewhat Helpful
stayed on it for 6 to 8 months then the dr changed me to requip, which worked much better
Not Working
Its the worst drug ever makes you manic physio social goes out the door.
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  1. Discussion: Lemon, lime & bitters - no more
    Ive just read that the quinine in tonic water is used to treat af then immediatly afterwards read that quinine is bad for af? [More]
  2. Discussion: tonic water
    Interesting! How much tonic water do you drink and is it with food or just by itself at bedtime? I might enjoy a gin and tonic with a slice of lime af... [More]
  3. Discussion: tonic water
    glad you found something which helps you [More]
  4. Discussion: tonic water
    believe it or not just plain tonic water works wonderfully for restless legs. It has quinine in it and that apparently is the stuff that really works.... [More]
  5. Discussion: Quinine
    In the past, Quinine is use to treat Malaria, a type of dengue fever. Pau D'arco also known as Lapacho, has anthraqunone and Nathaqunone factors tha... [More]