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Thuja Orientalis Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Thuja Orientalis
English Name
Thuja Orientalis
Botanical Name
Thuja Orientalis
Chinese Name
Ce Bai

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Thuja Orientalis Cures

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Action of Thuja Orientalis

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Nutrients in Thuja Orientalis

Taste of
Thuja Orientalis

Nature of
Thuja Orientalis

Cold

Parts Used

Steam, Leaves, Seeds, Root Bark

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Thuja Orientalis

Avoid use during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding.
Excess dose may cause Dizziness, Nausea, Vomiting etc.
Patient should avoid the use if suffering with diseases like Phlegm, Stools Disorder, Stomach deficiency with an appetite to vomit.
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Description

Thuja Orientalis is a tree.
It is an evergreen.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 15 M.
Best used for Constipation.

In TCM :
Thuja Orientalis Seed : Bai Zhi Ren
Thuja Orientalis Twig : Ce Bai Ye
Meridians associated : Lung , Liver and Large Intestine.
 

Origin

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Materia Medica for Thuja Orientalis

Thuja Orientalis General

Thuja Orientalis is a very beneficial herb. It is popularly used in Chinese herbalism.
The leaves of the plant are Antibacterial, Antipyretic, Astringent, Diuretic, Emollint, Emmenagogue, Antitussive, Febrifuge, Expectorant, Refrigerant, Haemostatic and Stomachic in nature.
It improves Hair growth. It is used internally in the treatment of Cough, Haemorrhages, Bronchitis, Excessive Masturbation, Asthma, Skin infections, Bronchitis, Skin infection, Mumps, Premature Ejaculation, Bacterial Dysentery and Arthritic Pain. The leaves can also be used fresh or dried.
Th seed of the herb is Aperient, Laxative and Sedaive in nature. It is used internally in the treatment of Palpitations, Insomnia, Nervous Disorders and Constipation In elderly.
The stem of the plant is used in the treatment of Cough, Cold, Dysentery, Parasitic Skin Diseases and Rheumatism.
The root bark is used in the treatment of Burns and Scalds.
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Queries on Thuja Orientalis
Isabirye
29 Jun 2015
IT IS A GOOD TREE FOR HEALTH BENEFITS TO HUMAN
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Jackie
25 Apr 2016
How do you take it and how often?
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