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What do we call Morpankhi in English?
Last Updated: 21st May, 2020
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Similarly, why is Thuja called the Tree of Life?
Thuja, stemming from the classical Latin word “thya” or “thyia” meaning arborvitae or tree of life, was the genus name given to represent a group of evergreen trees in the Cupressaceae (cypress) family. It also represents the tree's tendency to resist rot and live a very, very long life- sometimes up to 800 years!
Similarly, how do you care for a Morpankhi plant?
- Soil. Thuja grows in most soil types. But the best soil for it is fertile soil that has ability to retain moisture. It also tolerates very chalky soils.
- Watering. Water thuja deeply. Soil around it should be kept moist and covered, constantly, from a mulch of organic material.
Keeping this in consideration, what is the common name of Thuja?
Is Thuja poisonous?
Thuja is LIKELY SAFE when taken by mouth in food amounts, but there isn't enough information to know if it is safe when used in usual medicinal amounts. An overdose of thuja can cause queasiness, vomiting, painful diarrhea, asthma, seizures, and death. Thuja products can contain a chemical called thujone.