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The proportion of patients using traditional herbal remedies for malaria varies widely. Some herbal antimalarials have a bitter taste, making it difficult to give them to children. Follow up data beyond this time are available for only two of these nine studies, however, and only five of them studied more than 40 patients. Artemisinin was isolated by Chinese scientists in from Artemisia annua sweet wormwood, better known to Chinese herbalists for more than years as Qinghao. Daily news summary.
Two important currently used antimalarial drugs are derived from plants whose medicinal values had been noted for centuries: artemisinin from the Qinghao plant Artemisia annua L, China, 4th century and quinine from the cinchona tree South America, 17th century. Quinine comes from the bark of a tree native to South America. The bark was named cinchona in by Linnaeus. In , two French chemists isolated quinine from the cinchona bark and quinine became a treatment of reference for intermittent fever throughout the world. Quinine remains an important and effective treatment for malaria today, despite sporadic observations of quinine resistance. Research by German scientists to discover a substitute for quinine led to the synthesis in of Resochin chloroquine and Sontochin 3-methyl-chloroquine. These compounds belonged to a new class of antimalarials, the four-amino quinolines. The German research went no further and the formula for Resochin was passed to a US sister company. American researchers made slight adjustments to the captured drug to enhance its efficacy.