Black walnut hulls contain juglone, a chemical that is antibacterial, antiviral, antiparasitic, and a fungicide. As a skin wash, black walnut hulls are used to treat ringworm and yeast infections of the skin. Taken internally, black walnut hulls are used to treat intestinal worms.
Used To Treat Intestinal Parasites, Eliminate Unwanted Microbes in The Colon, Haemorrhoids, Fungal & Bacterial Infections, Tones & Help Heal Inflamed Tissue.
More Natural Health Benefits of Black Walnut Hulls
It may also help with lowering blood pressure and cholesterol levels. The black walnut hull’s tannin content is thought to help shrink the sweat glands and reduce excessive sweating. It may also help with menorrhagia and diarrhea. Other uses include:
helping relieve colic
helping relieve heartburn
helping relieve flatulence
stimulating bile flow
easing pain in spleen
balancing blood sugar levels
warding off heart disease
helping with syphilis
helping with skin conditions such as boils and acne
How to Take Black Walnut Hulls
Black walnut hull powder can be used directly sprinkled on foods or drinks. Side effects associated with black walnut supplements are uncommon, and it is generally safe to use unless you are pregnant or allergic to nuts. Use while pregnant could theoretically cause birth defects or negatively impact the growth of the fetus, or potentially cause a miscarriage. The odds of any of these things happening is extremely low, but it is recommended that you not use it while pregnant.
Up to 1 teaspoon of the herb 3 times a week taken internally as a tea, or preferably break into smaller doses for easier tolerance. Not For Prolonged Use.
Precautions: Black walnut hulls are safe for occasional use of up to 2 weeks at a time, but black walnut heartwood is not. Avoid herbal remedies which contain heartwood.
(This Information Has Not Been Evaluated by FDA, Take Advice of a Health Care Professional).