Using Black Walnut to Treat Candida

Black walnut trees can grow up to 120 feet high and have leaves that are 6 to 12 inches long in lance shapes. When immature the fruit of the black walnut tree is round and green with fleshy outer husks, but when they dry they become dark brown and hard nuts. Black walnut contains tannin, a natural anti-fungal substance found in a number of plants. It is particularly used in eastern medicine as well as alternative herbal remedies in western supplements including those that use black walnut to treat candida. Black walnut used in alternative medicine is derived from the unripened fruit, bark and leaves.

Black walnut medicine
Black walnuts are a good source of omega 3 fatty acids and serotonin. Black walnut for candida can come in several forms, pills, drops, skin wash and is often included in many combination treatments for candida. The chemical in the hull that is anti-fungal is called juglone and is also antibacterial, antiviral and anti-parasitic. Black walnut should only be prepared by those who know what they are doing as it can be toxic if not used with care and it should not be used long term. Other uses for black walnut include;

  • intestinal worms
  • constipation
  • fungal & parasitic infections
  • warts
  • eczema
  • psoriasis
  • skin parasites
  • herpes
  • ringworm
  • tapeworms
  • oxygenates the blood
  • balance sugar levels
  • burn up excessive toxins and fatty materials
  • acts with an antiseptic property which helps fight bacterial infection

Black walnut for candida
Black walnut’s anti-fungal properties are good for treating systemic, recurring, chronic, intestinal, oral, vaginal, male and skin yeast infections. Sufferers who also have liver or kidney problems should not use black walnut for candida nor should pregnant and breast feeding women. Dosage depends on the form it is in and the severity of your candida. Read the label carefully and follow its directions or talk to your alternative health practitioner.

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