CAS 130-95-0 Quinine Medicine H2O Soluble Natural White Crystalline Alkaloid

Basic Information
Place of Origin: China
Brand Name: quinine tonic water
Certification: ISO
Model Number: quinine
Minimum Order Quantity: 100 grams
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Packaging Details: 1kg/bag;25kg/Durm
Delivery Time: 1-3work days
Payment Terms: T/T, Western Union, MoneyGram
Supply Ability: 5000kg per Month
Detail Information
Name: Quinine Tonic Water CAS: 130-95-0
EINECS: 205-003-2 Solubility: H2O: Soluble
Coefficient Of Acidity (pKa): 8.52(at 25℃) Color: White
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Quinine Description

Quinine is a substance that was first obtained by processing the bark of the cinchona tree, a South American native plant that has been used as a fever reducer by Native Americans for centuries. This substance has been used historically to treat malaria, along with some other medical conditions, and although a number of antimalarial drugs are on the market today, it is still used in some regions. It is also used commercially as an additive to tonic water, a soft drink that is used as a mixer for other drinks in addition to being consumed straight.
Nature Quinine is a natural white crystalline alkaloid having antipyretic (fever-reducing), antimalarial, analgesic (painkilling), anti-inflammatory properties and a bitter taste. It is a stereoisomer of quinidine which, unlike Nature Quinine, is an anti-arrhythmic. Sulphate Quinine contains two major fused-ring systems: the aromatic quinoline and the bicyclic quinuclidine.
Though it has been synthesized in the lab, the bark of the cinchona tree is the only known natural source of Nature Quinine. The medicinal properties of the cinchona tree were originally discovered by the Quechua Indians of Peru and Bolivia; later, the Jesuits were the first to bring the cinchona to Europe.

Quinine Function

Quinine is one of the oldest antimalarial drugs. The cinchona bark containing quinine has been widely used as a potent drug for the treatment of malaria as early as the 15th century. Its antimalarial effect is similar to that of chloroquine. effect. Can inhibit the red blood cell phase of various malaria parasites and control the onset of malaria symptoms. It also has a certain killing effect on the gametophyte of P. vivax and P. vivax. However, it has no effect on the extracellular period of red blood cells. Its main advantage is that it is not easy to produce drug resistance. It may be that the DNA binding mode of quinine and Plasmodium is different from that of chloroquine, so there is no cross-resistance. In addition, quinine has the effect of exciting the uterus, inhibiting the heart muscle and antipyretic and analgesic. In addition to medicine, it can be used as a detection agent for metal ions such as bismuth and platinum in analytical chemistry, and it can also be used as a separating agent for racemic organic acids. This product is quickly and completely absorbed orally, and the blood concentration can reach a peak within 1 to 3 hours. The binding rate to plasma proteins is about 70%. The concentration in cerebrospinal fluid is about 2% to 5% in plasma. The half-life Chemicalbook is 7-8 hours. Can be absorbed quickly through the placenta, subcutaneously and intramuscularly. Mainly metabolized by the liver, 5% of the dose is excreted from the urine in its original form. Clinically, quinine is mainly used in patients with Plasmodium infection that are resistant to chloroquine. It is also used for vivax and falciparum. Quinine salts are used in medical facilities. Sulfate is for oral administration and hydrochloride is for injection. Until the 1920s, it was a better medicine for malaria. However, if used improperly, it can also cause poisoning, causing headache, tinnitus, diarrhea, rash, vision and hearing disorders. It only has an inhibitory effect on the original malaria, but has no killing effect, and the patient is still prone to attack after healing. To this end, scientists are still looking for more effective antimalarial drugs. Alpin, quinaloline and chloroquinoline have been used. A plant known as Changshan can be extracted from Chinese plant Changshan. Its antimalarial effect is more than 100 times greater than that of quinine, but it cannot be taken directly because of its high toxicity. The structure and pharmacological relationship of Changshan is being studied to find out more effective High antimalarial.
Quinine Specification
Batch number ACT20191212 Quantity 25kg
Storage Sealed to keep away from moisture
Items of analysis Specification Results
APPERANCE White powder Conforms
SOLUBILITY insoluble Complies
SULPHATED ASH ≤0.1% 0.04%
LOSS ON DRYING ≤ 0.1% 0.06%
ASSAY 99.0%-101.0% 99.7%
Yeast and mold ≤100cfu/g <100
E.Coli Negative Absent
Salmonella Negative Absent
Staphylococcus Aureus Negative Absent
Conclusion Conform with enterprise standard

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