Black Walnut Dried Cut Leaves

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Latin Name: Juglans nigra

Origin Country: European Union

Black walnut is originated from Southern Canada and a little bit harder to find compared to the regular English or Persian walnut.

The leaves of the black walnut are viewed as alterative, anodyne, astringent, blood tonic, detergent, emetic, laxative, pectoral and vermifuge.

Few studies have shown that black walnut significantly reduced total cholesterol and LDL-cholesterol concentrations, and may be useful as a treatment for high blood pressure.

Black walnut is believed to be beneficial as a remedy for poor digestion or diarrhea. It has been used as a natural laxative and is considered to be helpful for cleaning the intestinal tract.

Furthermore, black walnut is used in traditional herbal medicine to expel worms, parasites and harmful pathogens from the body.

It is suggested that the natural tannins present in black walnut alter the pH of the intestine which may help in killing fungus, parasites, and yeast, and expel worms and parasites.


Two tablespoons of fresh or dried crushed walnut leaves.One glass of water (around 250 ml).Put the water in a pot, and then add the walnut leaves. Stir, and then place the pot on the stove. Let it boil for about 5 minutes. Strain the mixture and enjoy your tea. It is recommended to drink this beverage just as it is, without adding sugar or honey. For the best results, consume 2 cups of tea per day.
Black walnut is possibly safe for most people when taken by mouth short-term. It is not known what the possible side effects from short-term use might be. Black walnut is possibly unsafe when applied directly to the skin. It contains a chemical called juglone that might cause tongue or lip cancer, especially if applied daily.

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