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Tonic water contains quinine but it does not have enough quinine to help with leg cramps. Common side effects associated with quinine can include headache, nausea, diarrhea, vomiting, hives, fever, ringing in the ears, vision problems, and bleeding problems. Taking quinine with food can help prevent gastrointestinal side effects and upset stomach.What are the ingredients of tonic water?
The original ingredients of tonic water were water, soda, gin, and quinine. Though it doesn’t have enough quinine to reduce the symptoms of malaria, the drink is still known as “tonic water” meaning essentially healthful, perhaps because it contains quinine. It is sweetened and flavored with fruit extracts too. It does not contain caffeine.