How It Works
The black walnut has a long history in folk medicine for use in expelling intestinal parasites. This formula employs the unripe hulls of the fruit. Black walnut is a deciduous hardwood tree, growing sixty to ninety feet tall with a diameter of three to six feet. The tree grows in Canada, United States, Europe, and parts of Asia. Traditionally, the roots, leaves and hulls of the plant have been used for medicinal purposes.
Dosage (adults): Take 1/2 teaspoonful (2.5 mL) once daily.
Medicinal Ingredients: Each teaspoon contains Juglans nigra (black walnut) unripe hulls 375 mg of a 13:1 extract. Nonmedicinal Ingredients: Water and ethanol.