Black Walnut

WalnutFor medicinal purposes, black walnut hulls are best known as a parasite treatment, but they have many other potential health benefits. Special compounds, including juglone, tannins, and natural iodine in these powerful nuts, and particularly green black walnut hulls, make them not only an effective anti-parasitic, but also a potent anti-bacterial, anti-viral, fungicide and intestinal cleanser. Black walnut is used to treat ringworm, yeast and candida infections and is an excellent support agent for harmful organism cleansing. Let’s break down each of these components…

Juglone

Juglone is toxic to many plant species which is why you will not find many plants growing within several yards of a black walnut tree. In the case of many things in nature, it is ironic that this defensive action for the tree has been redirected into healing powers and juglone is believed to be effective against harmful organisms. Many natural health practitioners recommend juglone as an important part of harmful organism cleansing.

Tannins

Tannins are believed to support harmful organism cleansing and even help with blood disorders and stress. Plants produce natural compounds to help defend against insects and other harmful organisms. These compounds are called tannins.

Iodine

Iodine is required to produce thyroid hormones; iodine also supports harmful organism cleansing by affixing itself to harmful organisms and annihilating them. Black walnut hull is an excellent source of iodine.

Click here to read more: http://superfoodprofiles.com/black-walnut-parasites-intestinal-worms

Other Benefits of Organic Black Walnut Hull

  • Supports healthy digestion and bowel regularity
  • Provides oxygen to the blood
  • Helps balance blood sugar
  • Powerful detoxifier

The Parasite Problem

Did you know that according to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 in 4 people living on this planet is infected with one or more parasites? This is something many might assume is more of a third world country problem, but with our world becoming more and more interconnected through travel and immigration, the parasite issue is becoming more prevalent in developed countries. The United States, for example, has millions of people that suffer from some sort of parasitic infection. Parasites like tapeworms, roundworms, pinworms and many others are a serious, if often neglected and undiagnosed health problem.

How does a person contract a Parasite?

It is much easier than you might think. These harmful organisms may enter our bodies through contaminated water or food (particularly under cooked pork, beef and fish), mosquito bites, touching pets and other animals or any infected surface and then touching your nose or mouth.

Common signs you may have a parasite

If you are interested in finding out more about common signs you may have a parasite, please click this link to read the article. It was most interesting to me in reading it about how the immune system, gut, and brain are all interconnected and depending on how strong your immune system is, affects how parasites can affect each individual completely differently.

Click here to read more: http://bodyecology.com/articles/parasite-alert

How to Take Black Walnut Hull

Black Walnut Hull is one of the main ingredients in our Detox Formula. We have selected this ingredient because of it’s ability to rid the body of parasites and to cleanse the digestive tract as well. It is best to take this formula first thing in the morning on an empty stomach so there is no food in the digestive tract. Ideally, the second dose should be taken a few hours after a light dinner, again because it works best if there is no food in the digestive tract.

I hope you have found this information to be useful and informative. Please feel free to contact me with any additional questions!

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