Black Walnut Hull Herb -Benefits, Uses And Side Effects
Scientific name: Juglans nigra
Actions: Alterative (leaves) bitter, Anthelmintic (vermifuge), astringent, cholagogue, detergent, expectorant, hepatic, laxative, mild cathartic, purgative, tonic (fruit).
Black Walnut is a North American relative of the more commonly known English or Persian Walnut which has been used as a food source and herbal agent for centuries. The tree grows widely in the western U.S. and Canada and is native to the hardwood forests of the Central Mississippi Valley and the Appalachian region of North America. It is a large tree and can sometimes reach a height of 100 feet and 4-5 feet in diameter. The earliest known reference to the walnut tells that Alexander the Great introduced it to Greece from the Middle East. In fact, in almost every part of the world, the walnut is part of local herbal nutrition.
Uses and benefits of Black Walnut Hull
Are there any side effects or interactions?
Stop taking your medicine right away and talk to your doctor if you have any of the following side effects. Your medicine may be causing these symptoms which may mean you are allergic to it.
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