BLACK WALNUT BARK C/S
Black Walnut Uses: constipation; chancre sores,·intestinal parasites - roundworms, pinworms & tapeworms; Herpes outbreaks; Athlete's feet; Jock itch; Fungal infections; Eczema and psoriasis; Acne and boils; Bruises; Rashes on the skin; Warts; Fever blisters; throat sores; Restoring tooth enamel;
Some people use black walnut as a gargle, apply it to the scalp as hair dye, or put it on the skin to treat wounds.
How does it work?
Black walnut contains high concentrations of chemicals called tannins, which can reduce pain and swelling and dry up body fluids such as mucous.
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