Black Walnut acts as an astringent or toner because it is rich in
The ancient Greeks used it for the skin and the intestinal system. and it was
also traditionally used by the North American Indians.
The unripe hulls of the black walnut contain vitamin C and the trace minerals
chromium and iodine. The iodine is noticeably present as brown stains in the
It may have a mild laxative action for some due to the astringent properties
and this generally expels worms in the intestines. I have used it orally for ringworm
on my dog's skin with rapid results.
Common names: Black Walnut, walnut,
See precautions below please.
Black Walnut hulls.
Other ingredients: Magnesium stearate (vegetable), silicon dioxide (powdered silica),
gelatin and water capsule.
Properties: Anticarious, antifungal, antiparasitic, antiseptic, antiviral, astringent, bitter, dentifrice, immune amphoterics, insecticide,
laxative, parasiticide, vermifuge.
Nutrients: Rich in vitamin B 15 and
manganese. Also has magnesium, silica, protein, calcium, phosphorus, iron and
potassium, Vit C, iodine, chromium and ellagic acid.
If used excessively it might cause a dry throat. Cut back on the amount in
If on any drugs for any problem at all, check first to see if this herb is
If pregnant or lactating seek advice
Use only as necessary.
If symptoms persist please see your health