Take Black Walnut Hulls To Cleanse Parasites

By Carol Branwen

Black Walnut is a long-lived, hardwood tree that averages 50 to 70 feet in height and up to 3 to 4 feet in diameter. The tree sometimes exceeds 200 years in age. The Black Walnut tree (Juglans nigra) is one of six walnut species found in the United States, there are about 15 species worldwide. It growns in pastures and meadows throughout the United States and southern Canada. The Black Walnut tree is one of the first trees to lose its leaves in autumn.

Walnut is one of the finest woods in the world. It is an easy wood to work and has a beautiful, durable, finish. It is used in homes, cabinets and guns.

The Black Walnut tree produces a nut which is surrounded by a hull, these Black Walnut hulls contain natural chemicals called tannins and quinone. The Black Walnut tree developed the tannins and quinone to act as a strong protection for it's seeds.

Tannins and quinone compounds are the primary components that give the hulls the ability to expel worms and other parasites. The Black Walnut hull is widely known for its anti-parasitic qualities. They are used to kill intestinal parasites, worms, and yeast in the body. The Black Walnut hull kills adult and developmental stages of at least 100 parasites.

Tannins are belived to be antibacterial, antitumor, cancer preventive, antidiarrhetic, antihepatotoxic, chelator, antihypertensive, antiulcer. Tannins work to tone the body tissues they come in contact with.

Black Walnut hull is used as a natural remedy for acne, thyroid problems, colitis, eczema, hemorrhoids, ringworm, to aid digestion, as a mild laxative, sore throats, skin fungus, skin irritations, asthma, beriberi, diarrhea and tonsillitis. It is also recommend for people who travel to areas with contaminated water supplies, because of its anti-parasitic properties in the stomach and intestines.

The Black Walnut hulls must be harvested green, before they decay and turn black, so they still have their medicinal properties, also it is important to have Black Walnut hulls in a tincture solution.

Parasites hatch and then invade their host's intestinal wall. They typically thrive in a warm, dark and moist environment. They eat the host's cells and drain nutrient from the host's tissues. Another nasty problem of parasites are their fecal and other secretions directly into our bodies. Secretions from parasites into our bodies are poisons which our bodies have to deal with. Parasites can be difficult to detect and eliminate, especially if you don't have the right treatment. Regular colon cleansing of parasites should be a part of your health routine.

Three herbs must be used together when you do a parasite cleanse. Black Walnut hull and Wormwood kills adults and developmental stages of at least 100 parasites. Cloves kill the eggs. If you only kill only the adults the eggs will hatch and you will have to start all over. Only if you use the three herbs together will you rid yourself of parasites.

When you do a parasite cleanse drink plenty of water to wash your system out. There are many products in health food stores and on the web that sell these three herbs together. Never exceed the recommended dosages to speed up the parasite cleanse. - 31816

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