This herb oxygenates the blood and thereby expels parasites. It helps to build teeth enamel and due to its high iodine, supports the thyroid. When given with garlic it will act as a very potent heartworm preventative.
Has been used to expel a variety of intestinal parasites, worms and yeast Popular thyroid stimulant. Said to be useful in treating anemia, menstrual dysfunction and skin problems such as eczema and psoriasis. Contains EFA’s (essential fatty acids) necessary for healthy cell function. Has been shown to kill ringworm when applied externally.
How It Works
Black Walnut is a rich source of the trace mineral chromium and iodine. Herbalists use the inner bark, leaves, fruit and unripe husks. Historically, the husks have been used since the time of ancient Greece to support the intestinal system. The tree grows widely in the U.S.A. and Canada. Herbalists classify it as an astringent because it is rich in tannins, a toning substance. The hulls contain juglone, which is believed to have an antifungal action.
Each gelatin capsule (gelatin, water) contains 500 mg of the finest black walnut hulls. Other ingredients: magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide.