Thuja Morpankhi Plant with Self watering Pot(Medium)

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This sun-loving plant will add an evergreen patch to balconies and windows with the harshest sunlight. Excellent choice to provide that much-needed shielding from your intrusive neighbours, this conifer with its flat leaves requires very little care and can be pruned into almost any shape. Resilient in the face of pollution they will also trap most of the dust that your windows or balconies get.


Thuja are widely grown as ornamental trees, and extensively used for hedges. A number of cultivars are grown and used in landscapes. 

The wood is light, soft and aromatic. It can be easily split and resists decay. The wood has been used for many applications from making chests that repel moths to shingles. 

Oil of Thuja contains the terpene thujone which has been studied for its GABA receptor antagonizing effects, with potentially lethal properties. Cedarwood oil and cedar leaf oil, which are derived from Thuja occidentalis, have different properties and uses.

The natives of Canada used the scaled leaves of Thuja occidentalis to make a tea that has been shown to contain 50 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams; this helped prevent and treat 

In the 19th century, Thuja was commonly used as an externally applied tincture or ointment for the treatment of warts, ringform and thrush, and a local injection of the tincture was used for treating venereal warts.

A 2017 trial showed that its extract effectively killed both gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria.

As with many Cupressaceae, Thuja can induce allergic reactions, including skin, eye and breathing problems.

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