Eipthelioma, condylomata, and all simple cancerous growths should be treated with it. Internally use doses of from one to five drops. Professor A. J. Howe cured hydrocele almost exclusively with this agent. Thuja Western is called the tree of life. It gives satisfaction in the treatment of nocturnal enuresis when the difficulty is of functional origin. Locally, or by hypodermatic injection, it has given good, but only temporary, results in vascular rectum, where, from a paralytic condition, the lower segment of the rectum bulges and sags, amounting almost to a prolapsus. It is Latin for "tree of life" - due to the supposed medicinal properties of the sap, bark and twigs. Thuja Species: occidentalis Family: Cupressaceae Uses (Ethnobotany): The essential oils from this plant have been used in cleaners, insecticides, soaps, room sprays and hair care products. Thuja is given internally for cancer, and for the pains of cancer it is applied externally, when possible, occasionally with good results. Rectal troubles, such as fissured anus and hemorrhoids, have been frequently cured with thuja. Thuja is well known as Prof. Howe’s specific for the cure of hydrocele. For this reason, it has been employed, as before stated, in amenorrhoea, with pelvic atony, and also in catarrhal diseases of the female generative organs. pyramidalis Zederb. However, most horticultural nurseries and retail outlets continue to use the older designation. The dribbling of urine common in old men, is doubtless the result of prostatic enlargement, and is an application of this remedy long ago recommended by Dr. Richard Huges, of London; but the use of the drug for the relieve of the incontinence of children is of Eclectic origin. Another physician advised the agent in pruritus, whether of the anus or vulva, especially when accompanied by fissures. In those cases in which the mind is seriously depressed by the physical condition, it is of especial service, as it stimulates the nerve forces and delays the discharge until, by general improvement of the entire nervous system, the condition is restored. Family Name: Cupressaceae. Thuja is directly indicated, first, as a peculiar alterative, in improving diathetic conditions of the blood. Constituents – Colorless volatile oil, soluble in alcohol, with a sp. He has treated some cases of disease of the turbinated bones with the same remedy. Does not produce fruits has brown cones. 1905: Peterson Of value in incontinence of urine in children and old people, the result of atony and taxed condition of the bladder and urinary apparatus.In anureses caused by enlarged prostate gland. A greatly enlarged and relaxed uterus in a woman of fifty with severe metrorrhagia was treated with enjunctions of thuja. Constitutional or tonic treatment may also be required. Thuja occidentalis f. buchananii (Spath) Rehder Having a special influence on epithelial cells, it is of some value in warts, epithelioma, condylomata and goitre, both locally and internally. Bagworms, mealybug, scales and spider mites are occasional visitors. In spermatorrhoea the result of masturbation or over-indulgence, especially if there is depression of the mind in these cases. It is an important timber tree; the wood is used for applications requiring decay resistance. It is beneficial when the urine seems to burn or scald in the passing, when there is local soreness in the urethra or neck of the bladder, when the bladder tolerates but little urine at a time, and the patient must rise frequently during the night. Utilized as specimens, accenting, hedges, or foundation plants. 1919: Ellingwood Synonyms – Arbor vitae, white cedar. After months at sea without fresh fruit or vegetables, the crew was suffering from scurvy, a potentially fatal vitamin C deficiency. Thuja is a remedy of varied usefulness. Also known as Smaragd Arborvitae Morphology: This evergreen tree grows to mature height of 15’ with a width of 4’-5’. When it is thought necessary to inject a pile tumor, thuja may be used in preference to carbolic acid. 0.92, and a yellow, crystallizable, bitter principle called thujin, punitannic (Kowalier) and thujetic acid. He occasionally used Long’s thuja with vaseline with equally good results. In colonic ulceration, he uses it as a high anema once or twice a day. It is a low maintenance plant that tolerates clay soil, wet sites, black walnut, and air pollution. Propagation by Cuttings. Our experience from the local application of thuja to warts has been negative. Foliage can become winter burned (yellow-brown) in dry, exposed sites. He believes in this remedy if enough is used. Thuja occidentalis L. Preferred Common Name. Thuja occidentalis is widely utilized in ornamental silviculture and has more than 120 named cultivars. Thuja occidentalis is an evergreen Tree growing to 15 m (49ft) by 5 m (16ft) at a slow rate. The pain induced is quite considerable for at least half an hour, then the patient goes about his business and usually no additional treatment is required.” The above method, with some unimportant variations, has been in general use among our physicians since suggested by Professor Howe, and the result as reported by very many has been satisfactory. It should also be kept in contact with the parts externally or injected into the structures. Thuja is a topical remedy of unsurpassed value in syphilitic chaneroid. It should be applied with vaseline. The young, inner bark of the new stems is known to have been used to make soup by the Ojibwa tribe. It has successfully combatted hemoptysis. Growing Zone (USA / UK Hardiness): 2 to 7 / H7 Plant Details. The proportions may be varied as desired. Give small doses of specific thuja. Thuja occidentalis 'Sunkist' _ … The species was first described by Carl Linnaeus in 1753. The same writer uses this agent in the treatment of growths in the posterior nares. 1895: Watkins atony of bladder, dribbling urine, worse at night, prostatic enlargement. In bulging nevus the remedy has been used advantageously. Dr. Andrews uses thuja in chronic diarrhoeas, and in the treatment of ulceration of the bowels. Thuja is antiseptic and stimulant. Mostly confined to calcareous soils and bedrock. It will deaden fungous granulations, and utterly destroy them in some instances. Having carried out the last intention, he records his success (Ec. This is the characteristic tree of “cedar swamps” that occupy hundreds of thousands of hectares of wet ground in northern Michigan, much of it nearly impenetrable, except by the deer for which both shelter and a favorite food are provided. Use: Locally and internally it is of value in gangrenous ulcers, acute venous gangrene, senile gangrene, nasal polypus and scaly skin diseases, in which cases a 25 to 50% solution of the tincture may be used locally. Identity Top of page Preferred Scientific Name. This constitutes an excellent mildly antiseptic and actively stimulating dressing to indolent, phagedenic or gangrenous ulcers. Dr H. C. Noble reported twenty-nine cures out of thirty consecutive. Thuja is a remedy for blood changes and glandular disorders. Tolerates clay soil, wet sites, black walnut and air pollution. In hydrocele, after thorough evacuation of the sac, two drachms solution consisting of one drachm of non alcoholic preparation and one ounce of warm sterilized water, is injected into the tunica vaginalis testis, and squeezed into every part of the sac. We have had excellent results in chronic trachoma from this treatment. 1905: Petersen – THUJA OCCIDENTALIS Syn – White Cedar; Arbor Vitae. Specific Medicine Thuja. J. Moreau Brown has reported a number of cases satisfactorily treated with this remedy. the remedy should be diluted in these cases. SC west to TN north through IL, IO,Minnesota and Manitoba east to Nova Scotia. It is also of value in some chronic skin affections, showing a tendency to vegetations. He used a teaspoonful in the structure at once, giving the remedy internally, in fifteen drop doses, with the same quantity of echinacea. Most species of Thuja are commonly known as arborvitae, Latin for "tree of life." Prof. Howe uses this tincture as an injection in the cure of sydroccle, and thinks it much better than tincture of iodine. Thuja occidentalis is native to Canada and USA. The agent is useful in urethral caruncle, and as a remedy for gleet, when granular urethritis is present. 1854; King J; (Materia Medica) – THUJA OCCIDENTALIS Uses – A decoction of the leaves has been a popular remedy in intermittent fever, rheumatism, cough, scurvy, etc. He reintroduced Pinus canadensis and thuja. In non-malignant cases the dose may be much smaller. Nearly every writer who has mentioned this drug, has reported success in this direction. states that specific thuja (1/5 to 1/3 drop doses) acts upon the deep ocular tissues, and has been used in scleritis, episcleritis, sclerochoroiditis, and syphilitic iritis, with gummata on the iris; also externally and internally for the removal of tarsal tumors. Finally, he would see what could be done to a bulging naevus with it. Twigs have been used in some teas for relief of constipation and headache. In conditions of a syphilitic character the cure in all cases will be more protracted. He believes that in all cases of normal hypertrophy, where there is no diathesis, underlying the difficulty, in the post nasal region, this remedy is of inestimable value. nigra L.H. 2) Origin: native to North America Uses: hedge; recommended for buffer strips around parking lots or for median strip plantings in the Leaves are scale-like in adults, ovate, obtuse to bluntly acute, yellowish-green to gray-green below bearing a pustular gland near apex, appressed to branchlets in opposite pairs, each pair overlapping the adjacent pair above. It cause some pain and inflammation, but effects a permanent cure. It tones the muscular structure of the bladder and exercises a desirable influence over the mucous structures of the entire urinary apparatus. Fearn (Ec. In the Eclectic Medical Journal for 1880, p.331, he gives a brief compilation of Eclectic uses of the drug, and concludes with his knowledge of it, and a notice of his intended lines of investigation. Later, Dr. D. Thomas Long, of Topcka , Kan. , employed a preparation of it in unctuous condition, now known as Long’s thuja, with great success in the treatment of this disorder. Externally, Long’s thuja, specific thuja, an daqueous thuja may be applied full strength, or diluted as required. The needle is then withdrawn. Notes from the Eclectic Physicians. However severe the case, he had no case especially where there was severe granulation of the lids that was so stubborn but that he could benefit it with a mild solution of thuja. Anything warm produced great distress. Another physician reports a case of extreme prolapsus of thebowel in a child which he cured with a five per cent solution of thuja. Med. it may be used on warts on any part of the body. May often be combined in these conditions with staphisagria, saw palmetto or avena sativa to great advantage. Thuja occidentalis L. White Cedar, Arbor Vitae. In hernia and hemorrhoids a 25 to 50% solution may be injected. It relieves the weakness of the neck of the bladder. The following is the course he adopted as described in his own words: “In an ounce of warm sterilized water pour a dram of Lloyd’s Thuja. N.C. Its principal action is on the skin, mucous membranes and generative organs. The use of the oil of thuja in confluent small-pxo given internally and applied externally was advised by Dr. Busbee who had an extensive and successful experience with it in these cases. The expressed juice or tincture of the leaves is highly recommended as an application to condylomata, removing these growths in from three to four weeks. Grows in both xeric and wet, often cool sites. Old men, with enlarged and greatly irritated prostate inducing a constant dribbling of urine, consequently staining the clothing and entailing much unpleasantness, are benefited by 5-drop doses of thuja. He sailed up the St. Lawrence River with a crew of 110 seamen and a pair of Huron boys he had picked up on his first voyage two years earlier. Thuja is contra-indicated in inflammatory states of the urinary tract. It is true that Prof. King described thuja in the earlier editions of the American Dispensatory, and stated that a decoction of the leaves had been used in remittent and intermittent fevers, coughs, rheumatic and scorbutic affections, and gave the usual notice respecting its power to remove warts. Cures have been effected in many cases. Cultivars are typically globular, pyramidal, columnar to conical in growth form. Seveal physicians have called attention tot he fact that specific thuja proves an efficient remedy for nocturnal enuresis. Subcutaneous injection of it around the base of the growth has been recommended, and might be more effective than the preceding. Properties: Anodyne, antiseptic, alterative, astringent, tonic. It does not perform well in overly shady, dry, or windy sites. We would restrict it, however, to cases where there were caco-plastic deposits in the superficial fascia and skin, or under the periosteum, or in which there is a tendency to warty growths. It relieves the weakness at the neck of the bladder. Thuja which is also known by its botanical name – Thuja Occidentalis or sometimes called white cedar is a medium sized coniferous tree native to the North and East of … 1898: Webster Arbor vitae has long been a favourite remedy with the homeopathists as an agent fro the treatment of gonorrhoea. Dose from gtt.j.to gtts.xx. One cases of multiple papilloma was quickly cured. Of value in incontinence of urine in children and old people, the result of atony and relaxed condtion of the bladder and urinary apparatus. He uses it for chapped and rough hands, so troublesome in the spring and fall. It was probably the first North American tree introduced into Europe (ca. Gleaner, 1894, from Calif. Med. It is claimed to exercise an abortive influence over incipient cancer, and to retard the progress of more advanced cases. In a bad case of polyuria with great sensation of debility and weakness of the entire sexual apparatus and some loss of sexual strength, a man of 65 was given five drops of thuja every two hours with complete success. It may be inhaled in chronic bronchitis, bronchorrhea; bronchitis, with offensive discharge; chronic nasal catarrh. Its present extensive use is largely due to his advocacy of the drug. It is contraindicated in inflammatory states of the urinary tract. Genus name is the Greek name for a kind of juniper (Juniperus.) A wet dressing was applied and a small quantity of the remedy was injected into the bowel. Thuja occidentalis first described in 1753 by Carolus Linnaeus (1707–1778), is commonly known as Arborvitae, a name which is particularly used in the horticultural trade in the United States. Its best effects are obtained from doses from one to ten drops. He made a 50 per cent solution of thuma and applied it freely with bandages, covering the whole with roller bandages, and produced a cure. It is of much service in bed sores and in other open ulcers dependent upon local or general nerve exhaustion. On his way upriver, he left the two natives in their home village, ex… The use of thuja persistently in these cases is as effectual as it is when used in the same manner for syphilitic ulcerations. If applied early it relieves the pain, checks discharges, and promotes rapid healing. Therapeutic Action – Our Homoeopathic neighbors think highly of this remedy, and in their provings it has 3370 symptoms, being a remedy for nearly all ills to which flesh is heir. It has simulating properties, which restore the vitality of the part. It will act with collinsonia or hamamelis in this. Wetland Status. As before stated, Prof. Howe intimated that thuja might be applied to trachomic lids. Read our Commitment to Diversity | Read our Privacy Statement. Thuja was used first in 5-drop doses at bedtime, afterward reduced to 3 drops. In the understory of a pine, aspen, or birch (Betula spp.) He reports the cure of several small tumors polypi and papillomatous growths. The preparation should be dropped on hot water and inhaled. 1. Then manipulate the scrotum so as to bring all the internal surface in touch with drug. It is applied directly to the growth as often as possible without inducing inflammation. Northern white cedar provides nesting sites for songbirds, as well as cover, especially in the winter, for white-tailed deer, which both feed on the branches and use them for shelter from the cold. Conifer, non-flowering. gr. Preparations – Extract non-alcoholic, Fluid Extract Arbor Vitae, not miscible with water. The species is monoecious (individual flowers are either male or female, but both sexes can be found on the same plant) and is pollinated by Wind. I am using it in syphilitic throat ulcerations an dif I precede it once or twice with an application of Monsel’s solution it has provded invariably satisfactory so far. Plant type: evergreen medium tree Primary method of propagation: cutting Alternate propagation method(s): seed, layering. It has been widely used in the treatment of cacoplastic grwoths, and glandular indurations of a scrofulous character, also of warts, small tumors, and incipient cancers of different varieties, and goitre. In prolapsus of the rectum, especially in cases depending upon paralysis, this agent may be diluted an dinjected. Each year it puts on 6”-9" of new growth once established. As a hypodermic injection in hydrocele a 25 to 50% solution may be injected after the fluid has been drawn off. Again, it acts directly upon abnormal growths – perversions, such as peculiar conditions of the cell structure of the skin, and other external structures. Thuja occidentalis L. Common Name: northern white cedar, arbor vitae: Habitat: Calcareous cliffs and ledges, rocky summits, alvars, fens, and rich swamps. A number of cases of spermatorrhea have been cured since our previous report on this remedy. It is a good agent in the treatment of warty excrescences on the genital organs of male or female; inject into the tumour. Jour., 1880, p.391): “In the treatment of naevi, I feel that a specific has been brought out. It is good for fissure of the rectum with piles. Its general action is very much like that of the terebinthinates, and is said to resemble savin more than any other drug of this class. Thuja is a genus of 6 species of coniferous, evergreen trees from East Asia and North America. Some even claim that it has power to check the latter disorder, but in all probability, this is claiming too much for the drug. Jour.) It is beneficial in ulcerative forms of sore throat, where the secretions are fetid in character. The treatment of adenoids is greatly simplified by making an application first of Monsell’s solution to the diseased structures, and then applying thuja. His method was to add to 1 ounce of warm, sterilized water 1 drachm of Lloyd’s thuja. For this purpose the aqueous thuja is to be preferred. It exercises a specific influence upon catarrhal discharges, correcting the glandular faults that are to blame for such a condition wherever they may be. The fluid was then squeezed into every part of the sac. Avoid full shade or foliage will thin out dramatically. Its principal action is on the skin, mucous membranes, and generative organs. Other Common Names: Arbor vitae, American arbor-vitae, eastern arborvitae, white cedar, false white cedar, northern white-cedar, yellow cedar, tuja (Swedish), tuya (Spanish), thuya d'occident (French), Lebensbaum (German). Sizes range from dwarf cultivars to large trees. Scientific Name: Thuja occidentalis Common Name (s): Eastern Arborvitae, Northern White Cedar, Tree of life, American arborvitae, Grandmother Cedar. By some it is said to act as a powerful excitant, others again deny this. 1566). Upon hard chancres it has little or no effect. That it possesses rare virtues here I am inclined from my own experience, to doubt. The wood is used in fencing and posts, cabin logs, lumber, poles, shingles, paneling, piling, lagging, pails, potato barrels, tubs, ties, boats, tanks, woodenware. Thuja occidentalis. It is a positive remedy in the treatment of senile gangrene. Displays from April to May. Jour., 1892) records interesting cases cured with this drug. Then in order to cause the liquid to enter every crevice of the sac of the hydrocele, pinch and knead the scrotum with the fingers quite vigorously. Introduce a large exploring needle into the sac of the tunica vaginalis testis and allow the fluid to escape. Dose, internally from 3 to 10 drops of the tincture 2 to 4 times a day. The young, inner bark of the new stems is known to have been used to make soup by the Ojibwa tribe. 1874: Scudder Prepare a tincture from the fresh leaves, 35viij. It was originally advised as a remedy for epithelioma, to be administered both internally an dexternally. Like nearly all the drugs, which are not so dangerously active as to force themselves on the practitioner’s notice, it only needed some conspicuous authority to announce the virtues of the remedy. It causes gangrenous surfaces to dry without hemorrhage or other discharge, destroys offensive odors and influences granulation. A small dose internally four or five times daily, with the application of fluid hydrastis in a spray, will quickly retard or remove such abnormal growths. in old men wit chronic prostatitis, with constant dribbling of urine, this agent is valuable. As an external application Thuja produces at first a sensation of smarting or tingling when applied to open sores or wounds and it is ually best to dilute it with one, two or four parts of water, or to combine the non-alcoholic extract with an ointment base in the above proportion. ... Thuja occidentalis arborvitae Thuja plicata western redcedar Legal Status. Mix thoroughly by drawing a quantity into the syringe, and forcing it back repeatedly for a few times, then draw up about two drams of the dilute mixture in the barrel of the syringe to be ready for use. Active ingredient: Thuja occidentalis (contains 0.443 mg of the active ingredient per pellet) Directions: Adults & children: Dissolve 5 pellets under the tongue 3 times a day until symptoms are relieved or as directed by a doctor. 1911: Fyfe syphilitic and other diseases of bad blood, with warty excrescences or ulcerations; catarrhal diseases of the female generative organs; enuresis; seminal emissions, vesical irritation, especially in aged women; atonic conditions following dysentery; incontinence of urine in children; chronic diarrhoea and chronic troubles of the prostate gland; dribbling of urine in the aged, when not of a paretic nature; eczema, especially of the dry variety. Homeopathists give thuja where the rectum is diseased; where there is a slimy discharge streaked with blood with dark blotches on the adjoining tissues; where there is itching and constant inclination without power to expel feces; sharp sticking pains in the rectum. 1892 -Neiderkorn Syphilitic or other diseases of fad blood with warty excresences or ulceration shoiwng prominence of papillae, caco-plastic deposits in fascia and skin, tendency to warty growth. It strengthens the sphincter of the bladder. This form of thuja is also valuable as an application to past-nasal catarrh, and to shrink nasal polypi and other growths in the nose and nasopharynx. 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