|Herbalists for a long time have used
the husks of black walnut as a nutritional aid for the intestinal system.
American Indian tribes are known to use black walnut as a laxative. For many
centuries in Europe, the black walnut was used as a laxative and for skin
aliments, especially herpes and eczema.
o oxygenates the blood which helps to kill and eliminate Parasites such as
(pinworms, ringworms, and tapeworms)
o has been shown to be helpful treating Candida Albicans
o helps burn up excessive toxins and fatty materials, while it helps balance
o successful in the treatment of Valley fever
(which increases since recent earthquakes and major excavations)
o has been used on people suffering from electrical shock
o remedy for "bad blood" diseases such as scrofulous, syphilis and
Black Walnut is also known as:
Juglans nigra, English walnut
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