Black Walnut {Juglans Nigra}

Black Walnut Hull contains naphthoquinone juglone making it a popular herb for treating parasites. Especially indicated for cases of pinworms, tapeworms, and ringworm as well as yeast infections. It is a mild laxative aiding the body in the removal of parasites. Black Walnut can also inhibit the growth of cancer cells.

Family Juglandaceae

Habitat Native to North America

Parts used Rind of fruit, barks, leaves

Associated Systems
Immune System, Endocrine System, Digestive System

Anthelmintic, Immune Antifungal, Endocrine Thyroid Stimulant, Endocrine Thyroid Trophorestorative, Digestive Anthelmintic, Digestive Astringent, Alterative, Laxative, Cathartic, Antiseptic, Antimicrobial, Astringent, Hepatic

Chronic skin conditions associated with a disorder of digestion and assimilation.
Internally: worms/parasites, yeast infections and cancer.

Warnings & Interactions: 2dA {Safety Chart}

This monograph does not intend to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or illness. It is always advisable to consult with your trusted Herbalist or healthcare professional prior to use. Click here to book your appointment.

. Find a complete list of references for this monograph and a review of its evidence based applications in “Naturopathic Botanical Medicine” by Dr. Anthony Godfrey, and Paul Richard Saunders with Kerry Barlow, Cindy Gilbert, Mathew Gowan and Fraser Smith.
. Teachings by John Redden


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