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The ancient Greeks used black walnut hulls to support intestinal health. Much more recently, scientists found that this herb contains tannins with helpful toning properties. It also has bitter compounds and naphthoquinones like juglone that protect the intestinal system in its battle against invaders. Black Walnut also helps the immune system. Our black walnut hulls are hand-gathered and Kosher-certified.

 

  • Used traditionally for intestinal system support
  • Contains juglone, which may help to repel unwanted intestinal invaders
  • Featuring Kosher, wild-crafted hulls from the US Appalachian region

 

HOW IT WORKS

 

The ancient Greeks used the hulls of black walnut to support the intestinal system and the skin. Herbalists classify black walnut as an astringent because it is rich in tannins, which have toning properties. Black walnut also contains bitter compounds. Through the ages, it has proven to be an effective yet gentle support to the intestinal system.

 

WHY OUR BLACK WALNUT

 

Our black walnut hulls grow in the eastern half of the US where local wild-crafters gather the hulls primarily by hand. They start off half green but turn completely black. Hulls are carefully dried and stored in a clean, controlled environment. A shortage of wild-crafters has made the material more difficult to harvest. Our black walnut hulls are certified Kosher.

 

THE STORY BEHIND BLACK WALNUT

 

Traditions hold that Native Americans used many parts of the black walnut tree, including the nuts, bark, leaves and hulls. They found them effective for skin support, nervous system health and for providing targeted intestinal system support. As far back as 400 years ago, black walnut was used by herbalists for targeted detoxification.

 

RECOMMENDED USE

 

Take 2 capsules with a meal twice daily.

 

INGREDIENTS

 

Black walnut hulls

Black Walnut (100 caps)

SKU: 90
$21.95Price
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