Parasites, Fungal infections, Candida
Fresh Black Walnut Hulls are harvested in their green state (before they blacken)
where they are more potent. Black Walnut has two main active chemicals; juglone and tannins. Juglone is antibiotic and antifungal. It has a normalizing effect on intestinal tissue. Tannins are astringents that reduce secretions, relieve irritation, and tighten tissues by shrinking the top layers of the skin. These properties make
Black Walnut Hull useful for treating gastrointestinal problems such as indigestion,
diarrhea, and constipation. It is also a strong killer of fungal infections such as athletes'
foot, Candida Albicans, and other internal and topical fungal infections. It is a great addition to a Candida killing plan.
Black Walnut Hull is also a famous parasite killer. It will help to destroy amoebas,
protozoans (giardia, blastocytis hominis), pinworms, tinneas and ringworm. Use larger doses once a parasitic infection is in place. Typically, treatment needs to go for one month in order to kill parasites in all cycles or forms from adult to egg. It can be combined with other anti-parasitic treatment. Black Walnut Hull can be used preventative methods as well. If traveling, Black Walnut should be taken a few days prior to departure and continue taking while on the trip. Parasite contaminated food and drinks should avoided while traveling. Common symptoms of intestinal parasites are diarrhea, gas or bloating, nausea or vomiting, stomach pain or tenderness, fatigue or weakness, weight loss, and presence of worms in stool. Prolong use is not advised.