Herb of the Day: Black Walnut


Black Walnut (Juglans nigra)

Parts used Hulls and leaves

This herb is a great parasitic. It helps to oxygenate the blood, which kills parasites. It is also good for helping to balance sugar levels in the body. As a dietary aid it burns up excessive toxins and fatty materials.
If used as an extract, it aids with the symptoms of poison oak, poison ivy and poison sumac, ringworm and other skin problems. The brown stain found in the husk contains organic iodine, which happens to be an antiseptic and contains healing properties.
You can use Black walnut for restoring tooth enamel.

Vitamin content:
Very rich in Vitamin B15, manganese, magnesium, silica, protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron, potassium

Aids with:
Abscesses, acne, antiperspirant, antiseptic, boils, cancer, carbuncles, colitis, diphtheria, eczema, eye diseases, fevers, gargle, hemorrhoids, infections, stops lactation, liver, lupus, mouth sores, parasites (internal and external), piles, poison ivy, rashes, ringworm, scrofula, tonsillitis, tuberculosis, tumors, ulcers, uterus (prolapsed), varicose veins, worms, wounds

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