Green Black Walnut Hulls: One of Nature’s Most Potent Detoxification Herbs

What Are Green Black Walnut Hulls?

Black walnuts (Juglans nigra) grow abundantly across the United States, and they are the second most cultivated walnut in North America, after English walnuts. The walnut has 3 main parts: the kernel, a dry outer covering called a hull, and a hard shell. While you can eat the kernel raw or press it for oil, the fresh green hulls actually contain antioxidants that are used in extracts and supplements for medicinal purposes.

 

Green black walnut hulls are one of the three primary ingredients in our Parasite Detox formula, a powerful remedy for killing parasites and restoring gut health.

 

What Are Green Black Walnut Hulls Used For?

 

The fresh green hulls of black walnuts have many medicinal uses. Many cultures have used Black Walnut hulls to support a healthy intestinal environment and eaten the nuts for their rich Omega 3 essential fatty acid content, vitamin C and flavor. The astringency from the tannins in the hulls and leaves have led herbalists over the years to include Black Walnut in topical applications for the skin. Perhaps the most common use, however, is for detoxification and killing intestinal parasites.

 

What are the Health Benefits of Green Black Walnut Hulls?

 

Green black walnut hulls have been used medicinally for centuries, and have both a long history of traditional use, as well as a great deal of modern research affirming their medicinal benefits.

 

Green Black Walnut Hulls are Used to Reduce Tumor Growth

 

Black walnuts contain a compound called juglone, which through test-tube studies, has been found to significantly reduce tumor growth. Several studies have shown that juglone causes cell death in certain cancerous cells, like in the liver and stomach. Additionally, black walnuts contain flavonoid antioxidants. These antioxidants have been shown to have beneficial effects against lung, breast, prostate and colon cancer.

 

Green Black Walnut Hulls are Used to Protect Against Bacterial Infection

Black walnut hulls are also high in tannins - compounds with antibacterial and astringent properties. They help protect the body from a variety of harmful strains of bacteria, including Listeria, Salmonella, and E. Coli, all bacteria that commonly cause food borne illnesses. A test-tube study additionally found that hull extracts have antioxidant and antibacterial properties, preventing the growth of Staphylococcus aureus, a type of bacteria that can cause infections.

 

Green Black Walnut Hulls are Used to Treat Parasitic Infections

 

One of the most common uses of green black walnut hulls is to treat parasitic infections. Black walnut parasite detox formulas are common, and are among the most popular and effective for ridding the body of parasites.

 

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host organism and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. In humans, parasites that live inside us use up our vitamins, proteins and other nutrients, depriving us of optimal nutrition. Not only do they steal nutrients from our body, they also eliminate waste inside us, releasing their toxic bacteria and viruses. Parasites are most commonly found in the colon, however, any part of the body is vulnerable to infestation: the lungs, liver, brain, blood, muscles, joints, skin, etc.

 

As complex as the subject of parasites is, all you need to cleanse your body of them is three simple herbs: Green Black Walnut Hull, Wormwood, and Fresh Cloves. These herbs have strong anthelmintic properties, meaning they are wonderful at expelling parasitic worms from the body. Together, these three herbs make up what is traditionally known as “wormwood complex,” and are the ingredients that make up our Zuma Nutrition Parasite Detox Formula

 

Our formula is a high-grade concentration of these herbs extracted in 85% organic alcohol making for a very therapeutic and effective formula. The combination of these three herbs helps support the body's effective detoxification of both the egg and the adult stages of 100 different internal parasites, including amoebas, giardia, many worms, and liver flukes.

 

To get rid of parasites, one can undergo a parasite cleanse by diligently consuming this formula, following the recommended dosage of ½ a dropper full each night. The cleanse is also greatly supported by drinking a lot of purified water, and consuming anti-parasitic foods such as pumpkin seeds, papaya, raw garlic, chilies, raw honey, bitter greens, probiotics, and others.

 

Cleansing with this formula a couple times each year, eating a balanced whole foods diet, and following proper eating protocols that support digestion, while also doing your best to avoid some of the major sources of parasitic infection is the best way to maintain a healthy body free of harmful parasites.

 

Green Black Walnut Hulls are Used to Treat Fungal Skin Infections

The green, unripe hulls of black walnut contain the constituent juglandin, considered to be anti-fungal. Green black walnut hulls are useful in treating skin diseases, particularly of a fungal nature, including eczema, psoriasis, herpes, and skin parasites. It is a very effective and natural treatment for athlete's foot.

 

Green Black Walnut Hulls Protect Against Viral Infections

Since ancient times, herbs have been used as natural treatments for various illnesses, including viral infections. Due to their concentration of potent plant compounds, many herbs help fight viruses and are favored by practitioners of natural medicine. Juglone, one of the primary chemical compounds in green black walnut hulls, possesses antifungal, antimalarial, antibacterial and antiviral properties. This powerful compound has been shown to protect the immune system from viral infection, and has also shown promise in protecting the body from some more serious diseases as well.

 

What are the Active Compounds in Green Black Walnut Hulls?

Black Walnut Hulls contain juglone, juglandin and juglandic acids, tannins, iodine, omega-3 fatty acids, phytosterols, polyphenols, carotenoids and melatonin. The primary active constituent in Black Walnut is a “naphthoquinone,” known as juglone. Juglone is a natural herbicide that exerts an inhibitory effect on certain enzymes needed for metabolic function. Research shows that juglone possesses antifungal, anti-parasitic, antimalarial, antibacterial and antiviral properties, and is believed to be the compound responsible for most of green black walnut hulls’ medicinal benefits.

 

Are Green Black Walnut Hulls Safe?

Green Black Walnut Hulls contain very strong chemical compounds, which contribute to the effectiveness of this herb for killing parasites and protecting from other infections. They are generally safe to consume for short periods of time. However, they are not recommended for long term use.

 

Black Walnut Hulls should not be used regularly for longer than 2 weeks at a time. Do not use if you are allergic to nuts. They are also not recommended for pregnant or breastfeeding mothers. If you are taking any medications, it is also advised that you consult your healthcare practitioner before using products containing green black walnut hulls.

 

Summary

Black walnuts (Juglans nigra) grow abundantly across the United States, and they are the second most cultivated walnut in North America, after English walnuts. The fresh green hulls of black walnuts contain antioxidants and active compounds that are used in extracts and supplements for medicinal purposes.

 

The fresh green hulls of black walnuts have many medicinal uses. Many cultures have used Black Walnut hulls to support a healthy intestinal environment and eaten the nuts for their rich Omega 3 essential fatty acid content, vitamin C and flavor. The astringency from the tannins in the hulls and leaves have led herbalists over the years to include Black Walnut in topical applications for the skin. Perhaps the most common use, however, is for detoxification and killing intestinal parasites.

 

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host organism and gets its food from or at the expense of its host. In humans, parasites that live inside us use up our vitamins, proteins and other nutrients, depriving us of optimal nutrition. Not only do they steal nutrients from our body, they also eliminate waste inside us, releasing their toxic bacteria and viruses. Parasites are most commonly found in the colon, however, any part of the body is vulnerable to infestation: the lungs, liver, brain, blood, muscles, joints, skin, etc.

 

While parasites can be very harmful to human health, all you need to cleanse your body of parasites is three simple herbs: Green Black Walnut Hulls, Wormwood, and Fresh Cloves. These herbs have strong anthelmintic properties, meaning they are wonderful at expelling parasitic worms from the body, and together, they make up what is traditionally known as “wormwood complex,” and are the ingredients that make up our Zuma Nutrition Parasite Detox Tincture. This fresh black walnut hull tincture is a truly one of a kind detoxification formula, read our "How to do a Parasite Detox Safely and Effectively Guide" and make sure to follow the specific protocols.

 

To get rid of parasites, one can undergo a parasite cleanse by diligently consuming this formula, following the recommended dosage of ½ a dropper full each night. The cleanse is also greatly supported by drinking a lot of purified water, and consuming anti-parasitic foods such as pumpkin seeds, papaya, raw garlic, chilies, raw honey, bitter greens, probiotics, and others.

 

Green black walnut hulls have been used medicinally for hundreds of years. Their medicinal benefits are largely attributed to the primary active compound juglone. Juglone has been shown to possess antifungal, antimalarial, antiparasitic, antibacterial and antiviral properties. While there is still more research to be done on this powerful herb, current research shows promise for benefiting a wide range of illnesses, particularly those of a bacterial, fungal, or viral nature.

 

 

 

 

References

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/22266044/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30598739

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6719079/

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24846583/

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