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Quinine Sulphate: Introduction

Sulaksh Chemicals is a global supplier of Quinine Sulphate, chemicals used in a wide variety of applications across various industries.

Sulaksh Chemicals India manufactures Quinine Sulphate using quality chemicals as raw material that is appreciated by the clients for high quality standards. Further, our Quinine Sulphate is valued by the clients for being free from visible contamination with extraneous adulterants and impurities. Following are some of the technical specifications of our Quinine Sulphate.

Long before the action of the drug itself was understood, quinine was used for the treatment of fever. Not until the 17th century was quinine used for the treatment of malaria. This is the condition most associated with its use although, due to its antimicrobial, antibiotic, anti-pyretic and antiseptic properties, quinine has been used for multiple medical and non-medical purposes.

Quinine Sulphate: Applications

  • Medical Uses
  • Although quinine is most known for treatment of malaria, due to its muscle relaxant properties it has also been used to treat leg cramps, facial palsy and muscle cramps associated with early onset of kidney failure.

  • Non-Medical uses
  • In addition to medical uses of quinine there are several non-medical applications including use in preparations for treatment of sunburn and in liquors, bitters and tonics. Perhaps it is best known for its use in tonic water and other beverages. It is the cause of the bitter taste in tonic water. In fact, gin and tonic was thought to have been a preventative for the onset of malarial symptoms.

Quinine Sulphate: Handling and Storage

Prior to working with Quinine Sulphate you should be trained on its proper handling and storage.

  • Precautions
  • Keep away from heat. Keep away from sources of ignition. Empty containers pose a fire risk, evaporate the residue under a fume hood. Ground all equipment containing material. Do not breathe dust. Avoid contact with eyes Wear suitable protective clothing In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment If you feel unwell, seek medical attention and show the label when possible.

  • Storage
  • Keep container dry. Keep in a cool place. Ground all equipment containing material. Keep container tightly closed. Keep in a cool, well-ventilated place. Combustible materials should be stored away from extreme heat and away from strong oxidizing agents.

Quinine Sulphate: Safety & Environment

Safety & Environment is the first requirement. Since Quinine Sulphate is classed as an 'irritant', it is necessary to observe certain elementary precautions. These include:

  • Don’t place the skin in prolonged contact with Quinine Sulphate or any of its solutions.
  • Use water, preferably lukewarm, to thoroughly rinse any part of the body affected by this product.
  • Wear gloves made from rubber or plastic.
  • Avoid any inhalation of Quinine Sulphate.
  • Wear protective glasses when handling Quinine Sulphate.
  • Avoid working with equipment made from leather.
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