The Black Walnut, also called the American Walnut, grows almost all across the USA and Canada. The trees grow significantly with trunks averaging a meter in diameter and about 30 meters in height. The tree nut grows a very hard, rubbery outer shell turning black after falling off and secreting a glutinous, acrid black-green juice, which can stain your clothing and hands. The organic diversity of Black Walnut denotes that it is free of pesticides, chemical fertilizers and herbicides, and provides the top quality nuts and some other produces utilized in alternative medicine, for example, in detox products.
Natural Black Walnut Hull provides numerous health advantages owing to its unique composition of natural iodine, tannins, and juglone. Various cultures have used Black Walnut leaves, nuts, and stems for folk treatments in curing negative health conditions. Besides, the nuts are tasty, having a rich, hearty flavor, though are difficult to get since the shell is quite strong and can extend down fibers into the core. Continue reading