Black Walnut for Parasites
Black Walnut Hulls are known to be helpful for expelling more than 100 known parasites.
Herbal Parasite Remedies
Date: 2/19/2005 11:37:19 AM ( 17 y ) ... viewed 4624 times
Uses of Black Walnuts:
Other Names: Juglans nigra
Native Americans knew that humans are plagued by parasites. Other native peoples, from the Arctic to the Antarctic, also knew that humans, like animals, have parasites. They frequently purged themselves by inducing diarrhea or vomiting to rid themselves of their slimy invaders.
Many cultures continued such practices right up to my childhood . I remember being forced to swallow a spoonful of sulfur and molasses and raw onion! How dreadful it seemed, but it reduced the body's burden of WORMS and other parasites, which we all have. Where have we gone astray? Why have we forsaken these wise practices ?
I have seen that eczema is due to roundworms. Seizures are caused by a single roundworm , Ascarts, getting into the brain. Schizophrenia and depression are caused by parasites in the brain. Asthma is caused by Ascaris in the lungs. Diabetes is caused by the pancreatic fluke of cattle, Eurytrema. Migraines are caused by the threadworm, Strongyloides.
Black walnut contains two main types of active chemicals -- juglone and astringents known as tannins. Juglone may have antibiotic and antifungal effects. Black walnut has been used to relieve both constipation and diarrhea due to a normalizing effect that juglone may exert on intestinal tissue. It is thought to have some effectiveness, as well, for eliminating internal parasites such as tapeworms. Astringents shrink and tighten the top layers of skin or mucous membranes, thereby reducing secretions, relieving irritation, and improving tissue firmness. These effects may contribute to the antidiarrheal properties of oral black walnut preparations as well as giving them some usefulness for treating other gastrointestinal complaints such as indigestion. All of these uses are based on case reports; however, none have been verified through clinical studies in humans.
A gargle made from black walnut extract in water may be used to treat mouth sores and sore throat. A similar liquid preparation is sometimes used topically to disinfect injuries and treat skin conditions such as acne and ringworm. Results from animal studies show that black walnut may have anti-infective and anti-inflammatory properties. Inflammation is a response to irritation, injury, or infection. It usually includes pain, redness, and swelling in the area of the damage and it can occur within body tissues as well as on the surface of the skin. The juice of black walnut hulls has also been used to treat warts. http://www.drugdigest.org/DD/DVH/HerbsWho/0,3923,4080%7CBlack+Walnut,00.html
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