Biological Properties of Thuja Orientalis Linn

@article{Srivastava2012BiologicalPO,
  title={Biological Properties of Thuja Orientalis Linn},
  author={Priya Srivastava and Pradeep Kumar and Dhyan Singh and Vishram Singh},
  journal={Advances in life sciences},
  year={2012},
  volume={2},
  pages={17-20}
}
Thuja orientalis (Commonly- Morpankhi, Family- Cupressaceae) is an evergreen, monoecious trees or shrubs used in various forms of traditional medicines and homeopathy in various ways. In traditional practices Thuja is used for treatment of bronchial catarrh, enuresis, cystitis, psoriasis, uterine carcinomas, amenorrhea and rheumatism. Recent re- searches in different parts of the world have shown that T. orientalis and its active component thujone have the great poten- tial against a various… 
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