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Black Walnut Hull, c/s Organic

$8.00 USD

Black walnut hulls contain a pigment called juglone, which is chemically similar to the pigment found in henna leaf. This chemical protects the tree from disease and competing plants, and lends its astringent, antimicrobial and anti-fungal qualities to various skin care preparations and cosmetics, such as natural hair dye and self-tanning tanning lotions. Black walnut hulls are also used to produce a natural brown dye for ink, wool and other textiles.

USES: Antiparasitic, Boosts Immune System, Strengthens Bones, Infections, Diabetes, Heart Disease, Anti-inflammatory

2.5 oz (70 grams) 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.* 

cosmetic Decoct or tincture for use in salves, lotions and other skin care formulas.
culinary Small amounts may be prepared as tea or combined with other herbs (such as chicory root) as a coffee substitute. Please see safety precautions.
household Black walnut hulls many be used to produce varying shades of brown dye and dark brown using iron as a mordant.
wellness Scientists are currently investigating its apoptotic potential of juglone.
industrial Black walnut hull extracts are used in the food industry to prevent food degradation. Juglone is used in some pesticide formulas.
safety The juglone in black walnut hull is toxic to fish, many plants and is a known mutagen in animals. In humans, this chemical can produce symptoms similar to cyanide poisoning. Do not consume in large quantities or use long-term. Internal use for therapeutic purposes should be supervised by a qualified health care practitioner experienced in the administration of this herb. Do not use during pregnancy.