We are engaged in dispatching Chinchona barks to many parts of the world. In India, Cinchona is grown in Nilgiris, Anamalai Hills of Tamil Nadu, and Darjeeling of West Bengal. We are exporting various commercial varieties of cinchona namely Cinchona Robusta, Cinchona Ledgeriana, Cinchona succiruba, and Cinchona officinalis.
Cinchona bark has a special alkaloid called quinidine, that are used for their antipyretic, anti-malarial and oxytocin properties. Quinidine and quinine present in cinchona are used as an insecticide for preserving products such as feathers, fur, and wool.
We will export cinchona in large quantities based on importer satisfaction. Cinchona possesses many health benefits such as curing stomach and digestive problems, treating blood vessel disorder, swine flu, cold, malaria, and fever. It also stimulates your hair growth.
Commonly Used Names: Peruvian bark, quinine, Jesuit’s bark, fever tree, kinakina, quina-quina, quinine bark tree, Bois aux Fièvres, Chinarinde, Cinchonine, Écorce de Quinquina Rouge, Écorce du Pérou, Écorce de Quina, loxa bark, countess powder.