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Developed horrible leg cramps that lasted 5 to 15 minutes. Not just in the calf or thigh area but also in the foot area, the front and rear of thigh, and the calf and shin areas. Tried taking magnesium tablets, calcium tablets and potassium tablets as an early evening regiment before bed, but still could not control cramps. My primary care doctor mentioned tonic water as a possible remedy becau...

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1 30c homeopathic dose of cinchona produced malaise; muscle aches and headache. treatment was given for biliary dyskenisia. gall bladder became further irritated.

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Age: 55-64 | On supplement for 10 years or more |
10/12/2017
Condition: Other
Overall rating 4.7
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I have had extreme leg cramps for over 10 years. I drank tonic water for relief until amount needed was more than I could drink. I now take Hyland's leg cramps, 4-6 tablets a night is working for now.

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Limelitelady | Age: 75 or over | On supplement for 2 to less than 5 years |
2/17/2016
Condition: Other
Overall rating 5.0
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Used (in a combination of ingredients in "Hyland's Leg Cramps") for relief of nightly leg cramps. Very effective for me (2-3 tablets normally taken at bedtime, in addition to a daily banana)

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Mona | On supplement for less than 1 month |
11/2/2015
Condition: Other
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twice acid flouricum 30 and once cinchona 30 to control hair fall and stimulate hair growth

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ballzack418 | Age: 45-54 | On supplement for 6 months to less than 1 year |
8/28/2015
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Overall rating 5.0
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I had malaria and now I don't

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Rusty | Age: 75 or over | On supplement for less than 1 month |
7/18/2014
Condition: Other
Overall rating 5.0
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I had leg cramps and I take half cup before bed at night, no more cramps in leg or feet.

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disenchanted | Age: 45-54 | On supplement for 6 months to less than 1 year |
4/8/2014
Condition: Other
Overall rating 4.7
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Developed horrible leg cramps that lasted 5 to 15 minutes. Not just in the calf or thigh area but also in the foot area, the front and rear of thigh, and the calf and shin areas. Tried taking magnesium tablets, calcium tablets and potassium tablets as an early evening regiment before bed, but still could not control cramps. My primary care doctor mentioned tonic water as a possible remedy because of this ingredient. Though he mentioned it offhand, as more of a "wives tale" than a definite remedy or cure. Though the water is hard to drink, the cramps have gone away. They stay away as long as I drink at least 1 to 2 liters a day. I don't know if the tonic water uses genuine plant extract or if they use an imitation quinine/cinchona. In any case, for extremely painful leg cramps theis ingredient works.Read More Read Less

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Mickie | Age: 45-54 | On supplement for less than 1 month |
3/23/2011
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1 30c homeopathic dose of cinchona produced malaise; muscle aches and headache. treatment was given for biliary dyskenisia. gall bladder became further irritated.

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