Black Walnut (Juglans nigra)

Black Walnut (Juglans nigra)

Black walnut, Juglans nigra, is a tree about 30 meters high with a trunk 1 meter wide. The fruit of black walnut is 4-5 cm large and is not edible. The homeland of the black walnut is North America, and in the year 1629 began its cultivation in Europe because of quality wood.

The skin of the fruit contains tannins and quinone. Tannin and quinone are natural chemicals that kill pests.

Black walnut is also abundant in iodine and minerals. Contains linolenic acid, and vitamin C in the form of ascorbic acid. Alkaloids, present in black walnut, have anti-tumor properties.

People have for centuries used the black walnut to cleanse parasites, worms and fungi, to combat high blood pressure and cholesterol, to treat asthma, beriberi, diarrhea, colds and lung diseases, and to cleanse the blood of toxins and poisons. The black walnut tincture is used for oral hygiene.

Black walnut helps with :

    internal parasites
    fungi and other parasitic diseases of the skin
    buccal ulcers and herpes
    acne, eczema and other skin diseases