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Thuja Occidentalis

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Thuja Occidentalis by L.M. Khan
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The cypress was regarded as a Scared Tree by many people. Thanks to its longevity and evergreen leaves, the cypress -- Thuja -- was called the Tree of Life. The Ancient Greeks and Romans associated it with Underworld deities. It was the tree of the regions below, linked with the worship of Pluto and for this reason, planted in graveyards. In ancient China it was believed that longevity could be obtained by eating cypress seeds, because they were rich in yang substances. Thuja was introduced to France from Canada in the reign of Francis I of France, and it has now an honoured place in most of our gardens and shrubberies.
Release date NZ
January 1st, 2003
Author
Country of Publication
India
Illustrations
tables
Imprint
B Jain Publishers Pvt Ltd
Pages
60
Dimensions
215x140x4
ISBN-13
9788180563669
Product ID
2966939

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