Alstonia Bark, Alstonia constricta, Australian Febrifuge, Australian Fever Bush, Australian Quinine, Bitterbark, Corteza de Alstonia, Devil Tree, Devil's Bit, Dita Bark, Écorce Amère d'Australie, Écorce de Quinquina, Écorce de Quinquina d'Australie, Fébrifuge Australien, Pale Mara, Pali-Mara, Quinina Australiana, Quinquina d'Australie.
Despite serious safety concerns, fever bark is used for fever, high blood pressure, diarrhea, joint and muscle pain (rheumatism), and malaria. It is also used as a stimulant.
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