Thuja orientalis

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Thuja orientalis

Chinese medicine
A conifer, the seeds of which are anti-inflammatory, astringent, emollient, expectorant, haemostatic, nutritive, sedative and tonic. Thuja orientalis is used topically for burns, and internally for cardiac arrhythmias, bleeding disorders, constipation, diaphoresis, fatigue, infertility, insomnia, malnutrition and uterine bleeding.
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Three typical planted pure coniferous forests as Platycladus orientalis, Larix principis-rupprechtii and Pinus tabulaeformis were selected for this study.
In the same way the term spos shing "incense wood" is used in Litang to designate a tree (Platycladus orientalis, Litang) whose branches are burnt owing to their fragrant scent.
In addition, a specimen of Platycladus orientalis (Linnaeus) Franco [Thuja orientalis Linnaeus], Oriental Arborvitae, has been collected in Jackson County.
Other plants include dwarf pomegranate (Punic-a granatum 'Nana'), dwarf golden arborvitae (Platycladus orientalis 'Aureus'), and dwarf Japanese cryptomeria (C.
Terrain Chief species Planting density (plant/mu) Larch, birch 220-330 Mountainous and Picea meyeri, 330-440 hilly area picea wilsonii, 40-70 chinese pine, 10-25 pinus armandi, 16-56 pinus bungeana, fir, platycladus, oak Sumac Pecan Jujube Poplar, willow, 80-150 catalpa Basin and plain Paulownia 40-70 Elm, locust tree 220-330 Remarks Species of fit for growth pygmyism and minor, in line spacing
A case study on Black Locust (Robinia pseudoacacia) and Arborvitae (Platycladus orientalis) stands on the Loess Plateau, China.
Untersuchungen zur Morphologie und Morphogenese der Samenzapfen yon Platycladus orientalis (L.) Franco (= Thuja orientalis L.) und Microbiota decussata Kum.