The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has banned the sale of all non-approved brands of quinine. Do not purchase quinine on the Internet or from vendors outside of the United States.

Quinine is used to treat uncomplicated malaria, a disease caused by parasites. Parasites that cause malaria typically enter the body through the bite of a mosquito. Malaria is common in areas such as Africa, South America, and Southern Asia.

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  • Qualaquin, QM-260, Quinamm
  • More common
    Diarrhea
    nausea
    stomach cramps or pain
    vomiting
    Less common
    Anxiety
    behavior change, similar to drunkenness
    black, tarry stools
    blood in the urine or stools
    blurred vision or change in vision
    cold sweats
    confusion
    convulsions (seizures) or coma
    cool pale skin
    cough or hoarseness
    difficulty concentrating
    drowsiness
    excessive hunger
    fast heartbeat
    fever or chills
    headache
    lower back or side pain
    nervousness
    nightmares
    painful or difficult urination
    pinpoint red spots on the skin
    restless sleep
    shakiness
    slurred speech
    sore throat
    unusual bleeding or bruising
    unusual tiredness or weakness
    Rare
    Difficulty breathing or swallowing
    disturbed color perception
    double vision
    hives
    increased sweating
    muscle aches
    night blindness
    reddening of the skin, especially around ears
    ringing or buzzing in the ears
    swelling of the eyes, face, or inside of the nose
    If any of the following symptoms of overdose occur while taking quinine, get emergency help immediately:

    Symptoms of an overdose
    Blindness
    blurred vision or change in vision
    chest pain
    dizziness
    double vision
    fainting
    lightheadedness
    rapid or irregular heartbeat
    sleepiness
  • (oral tablet, oral capsule, compounding powder)