Cinchona bark powder has a significant alkaloid called quinidine. Quinidine and quinine present in this bark powder are used as an insecticide, and it is useful for preserving feathers, fur, and wool. This powder has many medicinal values like antipyretic, anti-malarial, and oxytocin properties.
We supply Chinchona barks powder to many countries of the world for its benefits. In India, Cinchona trees are grown in Nilgiris, Anamalai Hills of Tamil Nadu, and Darjeeling of West Bengal. We are exporting various commercial varieties of cinchona, namely Cinchona Robusta, C. Ledgeriana, and C. Officinalis.
We are exporting the powder with extra care to prevent the products from leakage. Cinchona powders are used to treat stomach related problems, enhance digestive juice secretion, treat leg cramps, and increase appetite. It possesses antibacterial and antiviral properties that treat flu, cold, fever, and malaria.
Commonly Used Names: Cinchonine, Peruvian bark, Jesuit’s bark, loxa bark, quinine, fever tree, quina-quina, Bois aux Fièvres, Chinarinde, Écorce de Quinquina Rouge, Écorce du Pérou, Écorce de Quina.
How to use:
Mix 3 to 4 grams of cinchona bark powder with 200 ml of water, boil it gently for 10-15 minutes and then drink it.
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