Nature's Sunshine Black Walnut 100 Capsules #90
Typical Uses Parasites, such as tapeworms Skin problems, including eczema, psoriasis, canker sores, boils, impetigo Anti fungal_candida, yeast, ringworm, athlete's foot, thrush Black Walnut 100 Capsules Juglans nigra is a rich source of the trace mineral chromium and is also high in iodine. The ancient Greeks used the hulls to support the intestinal system and to treat skin infections. Herbalists classify black walnut as an astringent because it is rich in tannin, a toning substance. Black walnut's fame in folk medicine is due to its cleansing properties. The unripe hulls of the black walnut are high in vitamin C. Available in capsules and in an alcohol base liquid form. Each capsule contains 500 mg black walnut.
Soothes irritated tissues.
Enhances the look of the skin.
Helps to maintain the intestinal system.
Supports the immune system in its battle against infection.
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.
Label Description Herbal Dietary Supplement
Take 2 capsules with a meal twice daily, for liquid, take 20-25 drops 1 ml with water twice daily.
Ingredients Supplement Facts Serving Size 2 Capsules Servings per container: 50
Amount Per 2 Capsules
Black Walnut Hulls Green Hulls Juglans nigra 1000mg
Daily Value not established
Magnesium stearate vegetable, silicon dioxide powdered silica, kosher gelatin, and water.
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