Thuja Extract 1 Ounces

June 20, 2013 - Comment

1 oz Thuja/Thuja occidentalis Extract We prepare our Thuja Extract from fresh (undried) branchlets of Thuja occidentalis trees which are Custom Wildcrafted in their natural wild habitat.To assure optimal extraction of Thuja’s bioactive compounds, we hand-harvest only the young tender branchlets which are then taken directly to our laboratory and promptly extracted while still fresh

1 oz Thuja/Thuja occidentalis Extract We prepare our Thuja Extract from fresh (undried) branchlets of Thuja occidentalis trees which are Custom Wildcrafted in their natural wild habitat.To assure optimal extraction of Thuja’s bioactive compounds, we hand-harvest only the young tender branchlets which are then taken directly to our laboratory and promptly extracted while still fresh and succulent.Our Thuja is never fumigated or irradiated.Fresh herb / menstruum ratio: 1 : 2

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Healthy Cynic says:

Warning: Side Effects Possible The quality of HerbPharm is great. I used a small (diluted) amount of thuja topically. It took me two applications to realize my light head (lower than normal blood pressure), slight nausea, and the strange taste in my mouth was from this product. WebMD lists the first two symptoms as possible side effects from oral use. If it can can pass the skin barrier, some of the same side effects can occur w/ topical use. I’m obviously sensitive to thuja (from a cedar), though I have no tree allergies. I was fine after several hours. I urge caution when using this product. Herb side effects can be tricky to check out. Many medical sites don’t list them, and many herb sites gloss over side effects.

J. K. Peterson says:

Evergreen For Warts… I’ve done a lot of research on thuja and found this on Amazon…a very good product at a very good price. Skin tags? Warts? This could help. Applied 3x a day and covered with a band-aid, you could be free of these annoying skin thingys. Of course, it’s generally understood that it’s through the skin that the body eliminates toxins, and that issue, combined with a possible nutrient deficiency might be the cause–so aiming to fix the wart without taking in the whole body could be like trying to empty the ocean with a teaspoon, if you catch my drift. Or, it could be an underlying health issue, which could be different for each person… Some of us need to address what’s going on inside first before we can take care of the outside…That being said, it’s a wonderful, evergreen-y smelling product that has hundreds of drops in a bottle, so it will last you a long time. My mother-in-law used it for a wart on the inside of her nose and noticed the wart shrinking after about 4…

Karen R. Roush "ogdog" says:

Thuja Extract This product seems to be working on the warts my Serior Cocker Spaniel has all over her body. They are not a problem except in appearance and having so many makes it difficult for the groomer to clip her without cutting a wart. They appear to be getting smaller in size and hopefully will go away. My vet told it is a virus that causes them and this is the extract that was recommended. I understand that herbal remedies take time to actually work, slower than western medicine. But they also treat the actual problem and not just the symptoms. I just ordered another bottle of the extract. Fingers crossed ­čÖé

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