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Thuja occidentalis or Arborvitae meaning the tree of life is an evergreen plant in Coniferae family. It is native to Europe, Canada, America but for medicinal and ornamental purposes it is cultivated across the globe including India. The fresh plant mainly leaves and twigs contain essential volatile oil of which majorly constitute thujone. Thujone has antimicrobial and antiviral action. In herbal medicine, it is also used as an insect repellent, to cause premature births, etc. It is also used in cosmetics industry as a scent in beautifying agents and soaps. A few people use Thuja herbal tincture internally to relax mucus (as an expectorant). It is used further to enhance the bodily immunity (as an immunostimulant), and as a diuretic.

Thuja in homeopathy was Hahnemann's excellent remedy for sycosis whose peculiar action is shown upon the skin and mucus membrane by the formation of fig-warts and condylomata. Thuja produces on the skin generally and around anus particularly warty excrescence and tubercles. The Thuja plant works as an antibacterial and antifungal agent. It effectively treats the outgrowths that appear on the body in the form of skin tags, warts or moles and condylomata warts including subungual and periungual warts, plantar warts,  flat warts, and genital warts. Thus, Topi Thuja Cream can be used effectively in cases of any warts, condylomata and excrescences. Topi Thuja Cream of Willmar Schwabe India contains the goodness of Thuja occidentalis which is widely recognized in Homeopathy. The hallmark of Thuja is for its central action on the skin. Apart from its salutary use in the treatment of external outgrowths (warts, condylomata), Topi Thuja Cream benefits include in other skin problems like psoriasis, skin infections and skin diseases. Various experiments and provings have shown Thuja effective in the many of the above said affections when administered in potentized form as well.

Topi Thuja Cream contains 10% of Thuja occidentalis tincture. 

Topi Thuja Cream for Warts and type of warts:

The tincture of Thuja occidentalis has long been used in homeopathy. It is mainly used for warts and related skin growths like condylomata, excrescences, etc. Warts are usually multiple hyperkeratotic skin patches with finger-like projections, common in children and adolescents. Warts attain their size in a few weeks and then persist for many months to years. They may regress the size spontaneously also. Nonetheless, moles might be deforming and humiliating, and sometimes they may itch, tingle or hurt and can show up anyplace in the body.

-They are common in fingertips, face, axilla and sole of the feet. It may be familial but often stimulated by the virus.

-They are dry, overgrown projections from the skin of finger often painful, tender and disfiguring. Repeated rubbing may cause infection. It can spread to other fingers and other parts of the body.

-Plantar wart (Verruca plantaris) is a wart in the sole. The speciality of this is it gets pushed into the sole due to walking. It is common in ball and heel of the foot. It is pearly white with brownish haemorrhagic flecks. It is often covered by apparently healthy skin because warts buried into the skin. It looks like a circular pit. It is grey-white finger/filiform like strands in the centre of the lesion and is soft. Plantar warts can be multiple. It is painful and very tender on pressing (more than callosity or corns).

-Senile warts and venereal warts are other types. They are also called condyloma.

Topi Thuja Cream for moles/naevi and type of moles/naevi

It is well indicated for the treatment of external moles, warts, condylomata and excrescences. There have been many studies and documented reports of Thuja and its useful external application in these cases.

Mole or naevi is a hamartomata of melanocytes due to excessive stimulation. It may present during birth or appear later in life.

Types

1. Hairy mole is a mole with a hair growing on its surface.

2. Non-hairy mole.

3. Blue naevus. It is seen in children. It is located deep in the dermis, hence appears blue. It is common in the buttock (Mongolian spot), hand, feet.

4. Junctional naevus. It lies centred in the junctional layer (basal layer) of the epidermis as clusters. It is immature, unstable and premalignant. Microscopically there is

the proliferation of melanocytes at the epidermal junction.

5. Compound naevus. It is a combination of intradermal and junctional naevus. The intradermal part is inactive, but the junctional part is potentially malignant.

6. Juvenile melanoma (Spitz naevus) (It is a misnomer). It appears as junctional like mole before puberty. It is seen in children on the face. They present as a brownish-red nodular lesion, which always needs excision.

7. Hutchinson's freckle. It is seen in the elderly with a large area of dark pigmentation. In the macular stage, it is smooth and brown. In the tumour stage, it is dark and irregular.

8. Intradermal naevus: Cluster of dermal melanocytes is seen without junctional component—Common in the face.

Directions for use

The Topi Thuja Cream can be applied three times daily on the affected areas along with the oral medication. A niminy-piminy layer must gently be rubbed on the influenced skin zones. It tends to be utilized all the while with oral medications.

Topi Thuja Cream benefits:

There have been all around archived reports of Thuja as an external application in cases of external growth like warts or moles. Thuja cream is now and again applied illicitly to the skin for joint pains, muscle aches, and osteoarthritis. Thuja ointment is additionally utilized for skin infections, moles, and malignant growth; and as an insect repellent. 

Conclusion:

Topi Thuja Cream contains 10% of Thuja occidentalis tincture, i.e. Thuja occidentalis Q 10% w/w Cream base q.s. It can be said that it is very safe to use with no known associations and interactions found between Topi Thuja and different items. Topi Thuja Cream ought not to be utilized for patients with known extreme hypersensitivity to Thuja occidentalis. It contains volatile oil with about 60% thujone, flavonoids, wax, adhesive and tannins, which have specific antibacterial and antiviral activities. Though it has no side effects, it should not be undertaken without consulting the homeopathic doctor.

It can be said that the fitting portion of Thuja relies upon a few factors, for example, the patient's age, wellbeing, and a few different conditions. It should be remembered that natural items are only safe when appropriately administered with a thorough knowledge of its usage, effects and dose. The dose is very important and can be significant. Make sure to follow relevant directions provided on the product/item labels. Consult your pharmacist/drug specialist or doctor or other healthcare advisors before utilizing Thuja or any product.

Except if in any case recommended or prescribed by a doctor, Schwabe India Topi Thuja Cream ought to be applied or utilized two to multiple times a day. It is applied to the affected part, a thin layer on the influenced skin zones with delicate scouring, suggested using under clinical supervision. Topi Thuja Cream may be utilized alongside oral medications to control the development of warts and moles effectively. If you have any questions about drug referenced above, then it is unequivocally suggested for you to visit the contact page of official website of Schwabe India, i.e. www.schwabeindia.com for further information.


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Dosage: Unless otherwise prescribed, Topi® Thuja should be applied as follows:

The cream should be used 2 – 3 times daily by applying a thin layer on the affected skin areas with gentle rubbing. It can be used simultaneously with oral medicines.

Side effects: No known side effects.

Contra-indications: The cream should not be used for patients with known hypersensitivity to Thuja occidentalis.

Interactions : No interactions between Topi® Thuja and other products are known.

Manufactured in India by Dr. Willmar Schwabe India Pvt. Ltd. A-36, Sector-60, Uttar Pradesh, Noida - 201304.

Country of Origin: India.

Registered office Address: Dr. Willmar Schwabe India Pvt. Ltd. H-36, Green Park Extension, New Delhi, Pin: 110016.

Grade 

04/19/2019 16:56:23

GOOD RESULT

I was struggling with a plantar wart for over 3 years when I saw a new doctor and he suggested Thuja. 6 weeks later and the plantar wart is gone! I like & recommended it.

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09/18/2017 09:58:02

Works wonders

I had flat warts on my left forehead. Tried a few procedures, under allopathy by cauterizing the warts, it was of no use except it left a few marks and then tried garlic peel that too left scar marks but was of no use. As i was researching came across Topi Thuja cream . Have been applying since two weeks and have noticed significant improvement and major warts have vanished. I am very happy as it would show up as white patches after playing in the sun. So would recommed people to who have flat warts to use this. But please ensure what you have is flat warts.

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01/30/2015 12:29:00

Good product

Purchased this homeopathic product for warts. This product is good and its cost also effective for me. Good feedback from my side.

Grade 

12/30/2014 14:28:01

Good Response and Fast Delivery

I used Schwabe product Topi Thuja Cream and got a good response from it.

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10/13/2014 12:56:13

Topi Thuja Cream

It was hard to find the quality homeopathic product for warts diseases but schwabeindia.com make it easy by their good services and with Topi Thuja Cream .

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TOPI
® THUJA CREAM

INTRODUCTION

Most people have warts at sometime in their life. Warts are small, usually painless growths on the skin. According to modern literature, warts result from infection with the DNA human papillomavirus (HPV).1 They are generally harmless. However, warts may be disfiguring and embarrassing, and occasionally they itch or hurt. There are different types of warts such as (i) common warts - usually appear on the hands, but can appear anywhere; (ii) flat warts - generally found on the face and forehead, more common in children, less common in teens, and rare in adults; (iii) genital warts - found on the genitals, in the pubic area, and in the area between the thighs, but they can also appear inside the vagina and anal canal; (iv) plantar warts - found on the soles of the feet and (v) subungual and periungual warts - appear under and around the fingernails or toenails.2 Warts appear initially as smooth, skin-coloured papules. As they enlarge, their surfaces become irregular and hypokeratotic, producing the typical warty appearance.3 Sometimes it is also classified as verruca vulgaris (common wart), verruca plana (verruca senilis, verruca seborrhoeicum or keratosus picmentosa), verruca filiformis, verruca digitata and verruca acuminata.4

Thuja occidentalis is a tall tree up to 20 meter in height, bark light red-brown, horizontal branches ascending at the end, with leaves acute, apiculate, usually conspicuously glandular. It is found in America and also planted in India and throughout the world. The tincture of Thuja occidentalis have long been used in homoeopathy for warts and related skin growths like condylomata, excrescences, etc. It contains volatile oil with about 60% thujone, flavonoids, wax, mucilage and tannins, which have specific antibacterial and antiviral actions.5,6,7,8,9,10Topi® Thuja contains 10% of Thuja occidentalis tincture.

Indication: Warts, condylomata and excrescences.

EXTERNAL MANIFESTATIONS AND COVERAGE:

Topi® Thuja is indicated for the external treatment of warts, condylomata and excrescences. There have been well documented reports of Thuja external application in these cases. 6,7,8,9,10

Directions for use

Dosage: Unless otherwise prescribed, Topi® Thuja should be applied as follows:

The cream should be used 2 – 3 times daily by applying a thin layer on the affected skin areas with gentle rubbing. It can be used simultaneously with oral medicines.

Side effects: No known side effects.

Contra-indications: The cream should not be used for patients with known hypersensitivity to Thuja occidentalis.

Interactions : No interactions between Topi® Thuja and other products are known.

Presentation : 25 g in tubes.

Reference:

  1. Stephen J. McPhee et.al., Current Medical Diagnosis & Treatment, Mc Graw Hill, 49th Edition, 2010.

  2. Warts, Medical Encyclopedia, Medline Plus, U.S. National Library of Medicine, http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000885.htm. Accessed on 7th December 2010.

  3. Christopher Haslett, Edwin R. Chilvers, John A.A. Hunter, Nicholas A. Boon, Davidson's Principles and Practice of Medicine, Eighteenth Edition, Harcourt Publishers Limited, Robert Stevenson House, 1-3 Baxter’s Place, Leith Walk, Edinburgh EH1 3AF, UK.

  4. Ralph Bernstein, Homoeopathy Elementary Dermatalogy, B. Jain Publishers, New Delhi.

  5. P. N. Varma, Indu Vaid, Encyclopaedia of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, Volume II, Updated edition 2007, B. Jain Publishers, New Delhi.

  6. W. Boericke, New Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory [with Relationship of Remedies], Second Re-Augmented & Revised Edition Based on Ninth Edition, Reprint Edition 2002, B. Jain Publishers, New Delhi.

  7. R. Murphy, Homeopathic Remedy Guide, Encyclopedia Homeopathica 2.5.

  8. W. H. Burt, Physiological Materia Medica, B. Jain Publishers, New Delhi.

  9. R. K. Chauhan, Expressive Drug Pictures of Materia Medica, B. Jain Publishers, New Delhi.

  10. C. J. Hempel, A New and Comprehensive System of Materia Medica, Encyclopedia Homeopathica 2.5.

Manufactured in India by

Dr. Willmar Schwabe India Pvt. Ltd.

A subsidiary of Schwabe International GmbH, Germany

A-36, Sector-60, Phase III, Noida, U.P. India.

Website: www.schwabeindia.com

Mfg.Lic.No.01/HPM/97 

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What is Topi Thuja Cream?

Topi Thuja Cream is prepared with the tincture of Thuja which contains active ingredients that fight viruses. It is used in the treatment of skin infections like warts, condylomata and excrescences and osteoarthritis.

What are uses/benefits of Topi Thuja Cream?

Topi Thuja Cream contains 10% Thuja mother tincture. It is mostly indicated for the treatment of warts, condylomata and excrescences.

How to use Topi Thuja Cream?

The cream should be used 2-3 times daily by applying thin layer on the affected areas with gentle rubbing.

What are side effects of Topi Thuja Cream?

No known side effects.

What precautions to take before taking Topi Thuja Cream?

No precautions necessary.

Is Topi Thuja Cream suitable for children?

Yes.

How long should I take Topi Thuja Cream?

The cream should be used till the symptoms are relieved or until the prescribed duration given by the physician.

Is it safe to take Topi Thuja Cream during pregnancy?

Yes.

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