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Pure Black Walnut Hull Juglans Nigra Powder 100gm

Pure Black Walnut Hull Juglans Nigra Powder 100gm

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Black Walnut Hull Benefits:


  • Antioxidant Properties: Black walnut hulls contain compounds with antioxidant properties, which may help neutralize free radicals in the body. Antioxidants are generally considered beneficial for overall health.
  • Antifungal Activity: Some studies have suggested that compounds found in black walnut hulls, such as juglone, may exhibit antifungal properties. However, the extent of these effects and their applicability to human health require further research.
  • Traditional Use in Herbal Medicine: Black walnut hulls have a history of use in traditional herbal medicine for various purposes, including addressing skin conditions and promoting digestive health. However, traditional uses do not always have scientific validation.
  • Potential Anti-Inflammatory Effects: Certain compounds in black walnut hulls have been investigated for their potential anti-inflammatory effects. Inflammation is associated with various health conditions, and reducing inflammation is often considered beneficial.
  • Parasite Cleanse: There is anecdotal evidence and traditional use suggesting that black walnut hulls may be used in parasite cleanses. However, scientific evidence supporting this claim is limited, and it's important to approach such uses with caution.


How to use black walnut hull powder:

Making black walnut hull tea involves steeping the Black Walnut Hull Powder in hot water. Here's a simple recipe to make black walnut hull tea:


  • 1 tablespoon of dried black walnut hull Powder (you can find these at health food stores or online)
  • 1 cup of boiling water
  • Optional: honey or sweetener to taste


  1. Prepare the Dried Hulls:

    • Measure out approximately 1 tablespoon of dried black walnut hull powder.
  2. Boil Water:

    • Bring 1 cup of water to a boil. You can use a kettle or a pot on the stove.
  3. Add Black Walnut Hulls:

    • Put the dried black walnut hull powder in a teapot or a heat-resistant container.
  4. Pour Boiling Water:

    • Pour the boiling water over the black walnut hull powder in the teapot or container.
  5. Steep:

    • Allow the black walnut hull powder to steep in the hot water for about 5 to 10 minutes. Steeping time can be adjusted based on your taste preferences.
  6. Strain:

    • After steeping, strain the tea to remove powder. You can use a fine mesh strainer or a piece of cheesecloth.
  7. Optional Sweetening:

    • If desired, you can add honey or another sweetener to taste.
  8. Serve:

    • Pour the strained tea into a cup and enjoy. You can drink it warm or let it cool for an iced tea option.


Questions & Answers

1.How to Use Black Walnut Hull Powder?
-Usage: Mix black walnut hull powder into water, juice, or smoothies. It can also be encapsulated. Follow the recommended dosage on the product or as advised by a healthcare professional.

2.What is Black Walnut Hull Good For?
-Traditional Uses: Black walnut hull is traditionally used for potential antifungal properties, digestive health, and as an antioxidant.

3.Is Black Walnut Hull Safe for Kids?
-Caution: It is generally recommended to avoid giving black walnut hull products to children without consulting a healthcare professional due to potential dosage issues.

4.How Much to Drink Black Walnut Hull for Parasites?
-Dosage: The appropriate dosage for black walnut hull in addressing parasites can vary. Use 1 Table Spoon and directed on the product.

5.Best Time to Take Black Walnut Hull?
-Timing: There isn't a specific "best" time. It can be taken with meals or as directed by a healthcare professional.

6.Is Black Walnut Hull Toxic to Nerves?
-Juglone Content: Black walnut hulls contain juglone, which may have neurotoxic effects in high concentrations. However, the amounts typically used in herbal preparations are generally considered safe.

7.What is Black Walnut Hull?
-Source: Black walnut hull is the outer shell of the black walnut fruit (Juglans nigra) and is used in herbal medicine for various purposes.

8.Can You Use Black Walnut Hulls in Your Compost?
-Composting: Black walnut hulls contain compounds that may inhibit plant growth, so it's advisable to avoid using them in compost for plants sensitive to juglone.

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