Quinine Sulfate

Last Update April 6, 2016
Quinine Sulfate is an anti infectious agent.
Uses: Quinine Sulfate is approved for Malaria and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
Other brands: Qualaquin
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Positive 62 "So far, all I know is that lag cramps are a painful contraction of muscles and that the treatment depends on severity and degree of impairment. ...I think you should try to massage your sore muscle, it... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 24 "I was also being misdiagnosed and treated for panick attack syndrome with Xanax, the second worst thing for WPWS. And while on the Atkins Diet, I was taking Co-Q10. ...If you have WPWS stay the ***l away... "Read more negative discussions
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What does Quinine Sulfate treat?
What does Quinine Sulfate look like?
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Strength : 324 mg
Pill imprint : 93;3002;93;3002
Color : White
Shape : Capsule
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How do I obtain Quinine Sulfate?
Over the counter (no prescription needed)
How do I take Quinine Sulfate?
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