Powdered Black Walnut Hull Extract
Black Walnut Hull extract has been used for centuries for digestive problems. Over the years it has proven itself to be invaluable in the natural elimination of parasites within the digestive tract. However, that’s not the only use for this herbal extract. Let’s take a closer look at Black Walnut Hull Extract
Each testimony is different so let’s look at as many claims as possible
Let start with the main uses of the extract, it’s common knowledge that its used for digestion remedy, but just how does it work to help?
Well, first it has a chemical compound called juglone, along with many other compounds like juglandin acids, tannins, iodine, omega-3 fatty acids, phytosterols, polyphenols, carotenoids and melatonin.
This chemical compound juglone is antibacterial, antiviral, antiparasitic, and a fungicide.
According to Scientific Labs:
- “Black Walnut Hull may help to lower blood pressure and serum cholesterol levels
- to burn up toxins and fatty materials while balancing blood sugar levels.
- The tannins in Black Walnut Hull (and leaves) possess an astringent quality that is thought to shrink the sweat glands and reduce excessive sweating.
- The herb is said to help control menorrhagia, the excessive loss of blood during periods.
- It is also used to control diarrhea.
- Black Walnut Hull is considered a tonic that aids digestion and the intestinal system. It helps to relieve colic, heartburn and flatulence.
- As a cholagogue, it stimulates the flow of bile into the intestines and is thought to ease bilious colic and pain in the spleen.”
- Perhaps Black Walnut’s most well-known property is its ability to fight intestinal parasites.
- the high tannin and juglone content is thought to oxygenate the blood and kill parasites.
- Black walnut is effective against pinworm, ringworm, tapeworm, and other intestinal parasites.
From Mountain Rose Herbs:
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.