Which valuable drug is obtained from the bark of cinchona tree?
The drug called Quinine is obtained from the bark of the Cinchona tree. The drug is used to treat people suffering from malaria.
Quinine is extracted from Cinchona bark. (World wars one and two were fought and won on this drug.) From common foxglove you get Digitalis derivatives. Bella-dona tree gives you Atropine. Drug used for heart attack, that is morphine is extracted from Opium. Entire Ayurveda was based on herbs. Ayurveda said that there is no herb which can not be used as a remedy for a disease and for every disease, there is one herb.
A prescription drug is a drug that, by law, must be obtained from a licensed pharmacy (you cannot get it off the drug store shelves) and which cannot be legally obtained without a prescription from a doctor. There are thousands of different kinds of prescription drugs, which are used to treat myriad different ailments. Far too many to list here.
The medicinally active bark is stripped from the tree, dried and powdered, and generally used to treat malaria symptoms. Today, it is used infrequently due to the threat of death if consumed in large quantities. However, Quinine was used sporadically through the first half of the 18th century for cardiac problems and arrhythmia and it became a standard of cardiac therapy in the second half of the 19th century. Another alkaloid chemical called quinidine was…
A prescription drug is a licensed medicine that is regulated by legislation to require a prescription (a physician or other medical practitioner may write one) before it can be obtained. The term is used to distinguish it from over-the-counter drugs which can be obtained without a prescription. Different jurisdictions have different definitions of what constitutes a prescription drug.
Mimosa root bark is bark from a tree root that contains somwhere around 1.6% dmt or Dimethyltryptamine which is an amazing phsycoactive drug that is found in the human brain and many other plants and animals. Rick Strassman, M.D. conducted Govt. sanctioned reaserch into D.M.T., discovering that D.M.T is one of the most potent hallucinogens known to man.
It depends on the test. Most standard "drug tests" do not test for alcohol. Some do. Urine drug screens do not reliably test for alcohol levels. Either a breathalyzer test or a blood alcohol level is obtained in order to accurately determine alcohol concentration and the attendant risk to the individual.
Generally no. Was the person a drug user when the policy was taken out? Was it admitted on the application? No. The only exception would be if the policy was in the first two years and the person lied about drug use when the policy was obtained. If it is beyond two years, or the person did not lie at the time, and the premiums have been paid, the policy is in effect.
There is no pain, which can not be managed by morphine. But this drug has got very high potential for addiction. You give single shot to the normal person and he get addicted to the morphine. So the drug has to be used very judiciously. It is a drug of choice in heart attack, called as myocardial infarction by your doctor. In very severe type of pain due to other indication, you can use the…