• We love plants with interesting architecture, and this selection of our native Eastern arborvitae ( Thuja occidentalis ) takes skinny to the max with its sword-like silhouette. (springmeadownursery.com)
  • Some common species within the genus Thuja include Thuja occidentalis (American arborvitae), Thuja plicata (Western red cedar), and Thuja koraiensis (Korean arborvitae). (vijayanursery.com)
  • Thuja occidentalis is made from genuine raw materials, back potency and expensive and purest form of alcohol, namely Extra Neutral Alcohol (ENA). (schwabeindia.com)
  • Thuja occidentalis CH is the homoeopathic dilution prepared from the tree Arbor vitae which has its marked action on the skin, joints and respiratory system. (schwabeindia.com)
  • What are uses/benefits of Thuja occidentalis CH? (schwabeindia.com)
  • Western Red Cedar (WRC, Thuja plicata) induces sensitization and asthma after occupational exposure. (cdc.gov)
  • [ 4 ] The terpene thujone is found in a variety of plants, including arborvitae ( Thuja ), sage ( Salvia officinalis ), and wormood ( Artemisia absinthium ). (medscape.com)
  • Another very distinct and only distantly related species, formerly treated as Thuja orientalis, is now treated in a genus of its own, as Platycladus orientalis. (wikipedia.org)
  • Widdringtonia nodiflora (L.) Powrie (as T. cupressoides L.) and many more The extant species Thuja sutchuenensis was believed to be extinct until 1999, when a small population was discovered in southeast China. (wikipedia.org)
  • Complete mitochondrial genome of Thuja sutchuenensis and its implications on evolutionary analysis of complex mitogenome architecture in Cupressaceae. (bvsalud.org)
  • Thuja (/ˈθjuːdʒə/ THEW-jə) is a genus of coniferous tree or shrub in the Cupressaceae (cypress family). (wikipedia.org)
  • Thuja is a coniferous tree that possesses anti-rheumatic, astringent, and diuretic properties. (herbsoflight.com)
  • Thuja is a genus of evergreen coniferous trees and shrubs in the cypress family Cupressaceae. (vijayanursery.com)
  • The five species in the genus Thuja are small to large evergreen trees with flattened branchlets. (wikipedia.org)
  • The closest relatives of Thuja are Thujopsis dolabrata, distinct in its thicker foliage and stouter cones, and Tetraclinis articulata (Ancient Greek θυία or θύα, formerly classed in the genus and after which Thuja is named), distinct in its quadrangular foliage (not flattened) and cones with four thick, woody scales. (wikipedia.org)
  • The genus Thuja, like many other forms of conifers, is represented by ancestral forms in Cretaceous rocks of northern Europe, and with the advance of time is found to migrate from northerly to more southerly regions, until during the Pliocene period, when it disappeared from Europe. (wikipedia.org)
  • The genus Thuja has current populations in both North America and East Asia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thuja are evergreen trees growing from 10 to 200 feet (3 to 61 metres) tall, with stringy-textured reddish-brown bark. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thuja may act as an emmenagogue, providing women with relief from menstrual symptoms like cramps, abdominal pain, nausea, and fatigue. (herbsoflight.com)
  • Members are commonly known as arborvitaes (from the Latin term for 'tree of life'), thujas or cedars. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thuja species are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including autumnal moth, the engrailed and juniper pug. (wikipedia.org)
  • The five extant species are: Species formerly placed in Thuja include: Austrocedrus chilensis (D.Don) Pic.Serm. (wikipedia.org)
  • Thuja work for a wide variety of health conditions and it has been best known to treat skin infections and conditions like warts, dry skin, itching eruptions, fungal infection of nails and hemorrhoids. (schwabeindia.com)
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  • Here, we used 2369 single copy nuclear genes and nearly full plastomes to reconstruct the evolutionary history of the small Tertiary relict genus Thuja , which consists of five disjunctly distributed species. (bvsalud.org)
  • Flavonol isolated from ethanolic leaf extract of Thuja occidentalis arrests the cell cycle at G2-M and induces ROS-independent apoptosis in A549 cells, targeting nuclear DNA. (thegoodscentscompany.com)
  • Ethanolic extract of Thuja occidentalis blocks proliferation of A549 cells and induces apoptosis in vitro. (thegoodscentscompany.com)
  • Thuja occidentalis (Arbor vitae): A Review of its Pharmaceutical, Pharmacological and Clinical Properties. (thegoodscentscompany.com)
  • Thuja was founded on and is based on the unceded ancestral lands of the Sinixt, the Ktunaza, the Secwepemc and the Syilx in Revelstoke. (wearethuja.com)
  • Furthermore, approximately 20% of the T. sutchuenensis nuclear genome is derived from an unknown ancestral lineage of Thuja , which might explain the close resemblance of its cone morphology to that of an ancient fossil species. (bvsalud.org)
  • A very strong growing, hardy, blackish-green thuja ideal for hedges, screen and windbreaks. (wellsnurseries.com)
  • Our results suggested that the observed topological discordance among the gene trees as well as the cytonuclear discordance is mainly due to incomplete lineage sorting, probably facilitated by the fast diversification of Thuja around the Early Miocene and the large effective population sizes of ancestral lineages. (bvsalud.org)
  • Successful treatment of verruca vulgaris with Thuja occidentalis in a renal allograft recipient. (thegoodscentscompany.com)
  • This durable Green Giant Thuja can hold up against heavy snow as well as ice. (plantsbymail.com)
  • With its elegant style and exceptional quality, Cedergreen Cellars Thuja is a must-try for any wine lover looking for a top-tier Washington State wine. (vinovoss.com)