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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Yoon et al., "Inhibitory effect of Thuja orientalis on TNF-a-induced vascular inflammation," Phytotherapy Research, vol.
Thuja Orientalis, commonly known as More Pankh" in local language, is commonly used as anti-inflammatory agent in traditional medicine.
Plant Material: The fruit of Thuja Orientalis was collected in the month of November.
Assessment of Peripheral analgesic effects: The peripheral analgesic activity of Thuja orientalis was evaluated using the acetic acid induced writhing test.
Efficiency of Thuja orientalis and Artimisia campestris extracts to control of Potato leaf roll virus (PLRV) in potato plants.