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Black Walnut HullsScientific Name: Juglans regia L. and J. nigra L.
Black Walnut Hulls InformationThe leaves of English walnut trees have been used medicinally for thousands of years particularly for treating skin disorders. The leaves, bark and husks of black walnut have also been used traditionally as medicines by American Indians and later by European settlers. The bark of black walnut was chewed for toothaches and the inner-bark was used as a laxative. The fruit-husk was chewed for colic, the juice used on ringworm and poulticed for inflammation. The leaves are considered astringent, and insecticidal against bedbugs and mites (i.e. scabies).
Black walnut leaf today is most often used externally as an astringent for treating eczema, herpes and ulcers. The leaves of black walnut are most often used to treat hemorrhoids as well as liver and gallbladder problems. Black walnut juice is believed to cure herpes, eczema, and worms. The compound, juglone, isolated from black walnut, has been shown to be a laxative, fight worms, and have strong activity against bacteria and abnormal growths.
Black Walnut Hulls Benefits
- Has anti-candidiasis, anti-fungal, and anti-inflammatory properties
- Used as an astringent for treating herpes, eczema and ulcers
- Helps with glandular disorders
- Useful for treating hemorrhoids and Herpes simplex
- Helps boost the immune function
- Aids in the treatment of Gallbladder problems and liver health maintenance
- Useful in the treatment of Scabies and skin disorders
Black Walnut Hulls Nutrient ContentContain tannin as the dominant principle; volatile oil, a volatile acid, resin, wax, gum, and a crystallizable substance, probably a glucoside.
Black Walnut Hulls NotesThere are no known drug interactions or contra-indications at this time. No known side effects when sued as directed.
Black Walnut Hulls Products
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| 100 caps, 495 mg || $8.49 || $4.95 || More info ||Discontinued|
| 100 caps, 500 mg || $8.49 || $4.95 || More info |
| 1 oz || $10.99 || $6.95 || More info |
| 1 oz || $10.49 || $6.95 || More info |