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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Assessment of Peripheral analgesic effects: The peripheral analgesic activity of Thuja orientalis was evaluated using the acetic acid induced writhing test.
Assessment of Central analgesic effects: The central analgesic action of Thuja orientalis was assessed by hot plate at 55+2 oC.
The response time (latency time) for lifting hind paw or licking was noted before administration and after 20, 60 and 90 min following oral administration of the standard drug and methanolic extract of Thuja Orientalis (Vogel, 2007).
Carrageenan induced paw oedema: The anti- inflammatory effect of aqueous methanolic extract of Thuja Orientalis (TO-Cr) is shown in Fig.
The observations showed that latency time with extract of Thuja Orientalis was significantly increased till 60 min but after 60 min, there is no significant difference till 90 min.