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Thuja

Description

Arborvitae (Tree of Life), are species of Thuja which can grow anywhere from 10 to 200 feet tall. There are two species of Thuja native to North America, Thuja occidentalis or Eastern Arborvitae/Northern Whitecedar and Thuja plicata or Western Redcedar. Thuja is not true Cedar Genus (Cedrus) rather they are in the Cypress family (Cupressaceae). The First Citizens of Canada used the needles of Thuja occidentalis (Eastern Whitecedar) to make…

 

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Products Containing Thuja

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    Echinacea Red Root Supreme

    Contains Gaia Farm Echinacea

    This formulation combines Echinacea, traditionally used to support a healthy immune system response, with Red Root, which promotes healthy drainage of toxins from the lymphatic system.* _Echinacea Red Root Supreme _ helps maintain a healthy inflammatory response to occasional seasonal stressors and supports the tissues of the throat and tonsils.* It contains Gaia Farm’s Certified Organic Echinacea.

    Herbs: Echinacea Angustifolia Root, Echinacea Purpurea Aerial Parts, Indigo, Prickly Ash, Red Root, Stillingia, Thuja

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