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Nutramedix Quina - natural source of quinine - may help immune system
FORM (e.g. capsules): Drops
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NutraMedix Quina - 30mlSource of Quinine - immune system
- Potent liquid extract of Quina-quina (Chinchona calisaya) bark
- Natural source of Quinine
- May support a healthy immune system
Nutramedix Quina is an extract produced from the bark of Cinchona calisaya, a tree that is native to the Amazon rainforest in South America and grows at between 1,400 - 2,800m above sea level. Chinchona trees are found on the Southern slopes of the Andes mountains from Columbia to Bolivia, and in some areas in the Northern Andes.
Different species of Chinchona trees (Officianalis, Ledgeriana, Succirubra and Calisaya) are now cultivated in tropical areas all over the world, as they are all sources of Quinine - perhaps the most famous of all drugs to have come from the rainforest.
Chinchona bark contains many important alkaloids that make Nutramedix Quina a great help for the immune system
Put 1-15 drops of NutraMedix Quina in a glass and add 120ml (4oz) of water and wait one minute before drinking. Start with 1 drop twice per day and slowly increase to 15 drops twice per day, or as recommended by your practitioner.
Quina (Chinchona calisaya) bark extract, Mineral water, Gluten free Ethanol.
Botanical name: Chinchona calisaya.
Common names: Quinine bark, Quina, Quinine, Kinakina, China bark, Chinchona bark, Yellow chinchona, Red chinchona, Peruvian bark, Jesuits bark, Quina-quina, Calisaya bark, Fever tree.
NutraMedix Quina is suitable for Vegetarians.
NutraMedix Quina may be effective in treating the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria, and practitioners are now using it in conjunction with Samento and other herbs to treat Lyme Borrelisosis (Lyme Disease).
You can find more information about Lyme Disease here.
Lyme Borreliosis has been linked to hundreds of medical conditions. It's believed by many researchers and physicians that Lyme Borreliosis may be a factor in many chronic auto-immune disorders.