When searching for a treatment for parasites, black walnuts are an excellent option. Not only do they contain compounds that make them a powerful anti-parasitic, but they are also highly effective as an anti-bacterial, fungicide, anti-viral, and intestinal cleaner.
Parasites, such as pinworms, roundworms, and tapeworms, are frequently undiagnosed or neglected health problems. Even in developed countries, including the U.S., millions of individuals have some type of parasitic infection.
There are several ways parasites can enter the body, including:
After finding an environment that meets their needs, parasites begin breeding. They can survive in our intestinal tracts for many years, throughout several life cycles.
Common parasites (hookworms, pinworms, and tapeworms) live in the intestines, while others have been found throughout the body, including the blood and brain.
Diagnosing a parasitic problem is rarely easy for several reasons, including there are so many of them, lack of knowledge, poor methods of testing, and confusing symptoms that can mimic other conditions.
Symptoms may include:
Black walnut contains large amounts of natural iodine, astringent tannnins, and compounds, such as juglone, that are thought to have anthelmintic (worm killing) properties.
This is why they are considered a powerful vermifuge (parasite killer).
In addition to black walnuts, a combination of two herbs (clove and wormwood) are considered particularly effective against a variety of intestinal worms and human parasites, when they are consumed with black walnut hulls.
The protocol of combining green black walnut hulls, cloves, and wormwood as a powerful anti-parasitic treatment was made popular by Dr. Hulda Clark, a neuropath and alternative medicine practitioner.
It is impossible to deny that there have been numerous positive reports regarding this treatment combination for parasites.
However, there have also been questions raised about the potency of many products available.
In particular, this has been a problem for products that feature the Clark name on them.
After examining them, I haven’t been able to find where Dr. Clark personally supervised the formulation of any them. In addition, their strengths can vary significantly.
It goes without saying that no single treatment can be guaranteed to work for everyone. In addition, it is very hard to tell if/when parasites are being expelled from the body. (While there are some options, they aren’t something most people would be willing to do.)
Personally, I’ve found Lally Naturals Parasite Cleanse, which is made from black walnut hulls, to be the best black walnut tincture on the market. They aren’t expensive and it seems that at least two, although it might be more, would be ideal for a proper parasite cleanse.
Wormwood, a bitter herb, has long been used for medicinal purposes. It contains a variety of active compounds, such as tannins, thujone, and sesquiterpene, that makes it especially good for treating intestinal worms.
The ideal time to take a parasite killing treatment is first thing in the morning. There is a simple reason for this. There’s less food digesting to interrupt or inhibit the treatment’s passage through the gastrointestinal system.