Black Walnut Hull Powder, Organic, 1/2 lb.

(BWHP-2)
Juglans nigra  |  Origin: United States
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Our Black Walnut Hulls are harvested in the fall, while they are still green, from the Black Walnut tree. The Black Walnut tree is indigeous to parts of North American and Canada.

Our Black Walnut Hulls are harvested when the hulls are still green, which is the most nutrient-rich and effective stage for optimum health benefits. They boast anti-fungal, antiseptic, astringent, and antiviral properties.


Common Name: Black walnut

Excerpts from Practical Herbalism
As a rich source of iodine, black walnut (the hulls in particular) also gained much popularity as nourishment for the thyroid, especially in the interior parts of the country where sea vegetables were hard to come by.

Primary Constituents:
The active principle of the whole walnut tree, as well as of the nuts is nucin or juglone. The kernels contain oil, mucilage, albumin, mineral matter, cellulose, and water. Iodine is present in all usable parts of the black walnut, but the highest concentration is in the outer hulls of the nuts. Black walnut hull powder is also a significant source of potassium, magnesium, manganese, sulfur, copper, and silica. The nut meats are a rich source of essential fatty acids.

Precautions: Avoid internally during pregnancy.

Excerpts from Nutritional Herbology
Black walnut tones and helps heal inflamed tissues. It is also said to be effective in enhancing the elimination of various microbes from the bowel. Herbalists also recognize it as a thyroid stimulant since it is relatively rich in the trace mineral iodine.

Black walnut is typical of astringent plants. Its action is based on its tannin content. Tannins work topically to tone the body tissues they come in contact with. They function by precipitating free proteins which are generally present only in damaged and inflamed tissues. The term tannin comes from its use in tanning animal skins.

The tannins in black walnut are also thought to encourage the elimination of unwanted microbes in the colon. Herbalists believe that the acidic nature of tannins make life uncomfortable for the alkaline loving yeasts and microbes that can infect the bowel. Acid producing flora like lactobacillus acidophilus seems unaffected by the presence of tannins.

The content of iodine in black walnut is greater than most herbs. We have not been able to find any printed history of its use as an iodine supplement.

Contains astringent compounds that shrink inflamed tissues of the digestive system. It also contains bitter compounds that are antifungal and decrease the secretion of fluids in the digestive system.

Excerpts from The How to Herb Book

  • High in potassium, iodine, and manganese.
  • Muscle and nerve food; strengthens and builds tooth enamel.
  • Balances sugar levels, regulates body fluids.
  • Helps to burn up toxins which can then be carried out of the body by laxative herbs.
  • Parts used – leaves, bark, and nut hulls.

From Our Reading and/or Experience...

  • Avoid internally during pregnancy.
  • We use it in tincture combinations and capsules. Of course, it can be used in many other types of internal and external remedies, except as a tea as powders are not normally used in tea combinations.
  • Black walnut can be used to benefit anyone: men, women (avoid internally during pregnancy), children and animals.
  • It can be used as often as you would like, and in any way you choose.
  • As is the case with most herbs, black walnut should be stored in a dark, dry, and cool place.
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