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Tonic water (or Indian tonic water) is a carbonated soft drink in which quinine is dissolved. Originally used as a prophylactic against malaria, tonic water usually ... More »
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Oct 15, 2014 ... But don't let that deter you from ordering a gin and tonic next time you're at the bar, because tonic water contains very low levels of quinine.


Oct 29, 2014 ... You'd think that when dealing with something as simple and straightforward as water, there couldn't be any confusion. Water is water, right?


Oct 11, 2010 ... The pros and cons of quinine make tonic water a challenging choice for many people in their fight against leg cramps. What else works for ...


Tonic water is a bit of a misnomer. Sure, the bubbly drink starts out as carbonated water, but most store-bought varieties add fruit extracts, sugar, and quinine (a ...


May 26, 2017 ... Later, British soldiers would drink the quinine in water, thus inventing tonic water. They soon discovered that tonic pairs well with gin, and thus, ...


Jul 6, 2012 ... The malaria drug quinine is found in tonic water. Does that mean that mixed drinks with tonic water may have side effects?


Apr 2, 2015 ... I was really talking about all three (I was not talking about tonic—that's a whole other ballgame). Seltzer water, mineral water, and club soda are ...


Oct 3, 2016 ... If you pour side-by-side glasses, there's virtually no difference between seltzer, club soda, mineral and tonic water. But one thing's for sure: Not ...