Black Walnuts


Rainy Greetings,

 

I have been up to my ears in Black Walnuts thanks to  great friends and clients named Barb and Pete! They have 2 trees on their property and have been collecting the good green black walnuts that drop to the group in their yard for me!

So The Breathless Beauty is removing the oh so great green shelling to keep and dry to make into powder!

This powerful powder is a diamond in herbalism! The properties internally and externally are amazing as is the actual nut too!

I will be using the powder to create soaps, salves, oils and powders. The soap is made already and the other things will hit the shelves and etsy site this fall!

Below is the picture of the fantastic soap and also some very important information about the properties of Black walnuts!

 

 

 

Black walnuts (Juglans nigra) come from the green fruit of a tree by the same name. The meat of these nuts is enclosed between two semispherical hard shells joined together and embedded in a green hull. This nut has a butterfly shape that resembles brains. Black walnuts have a delicious nutty flavor and offer a rich blend of vegetable fats and protein with a low amount of carbohydrates.

Walnuts are used to remedy several physical illnesses, promote weight loss and enhance overall health. The most beneficial effects may be linked to their high content of Omega-3 polyunsaturated fats, which are absolutely essential for the good functioning of our bodies. Black walnut also contains sterols, tannins and iodine.

Many of the healing properties of walnut can be attributed to their high content of Omega-3 fatty acids, which are also called linolenic acid (ALA). A high intake of ALA protects against heart attack and it is able to burn excessive toxins and fatty materials, while it helps balance sugar levels.

Herbalists use the green hulls of the black walnut as an aid for intestinal health; it is a powerful anti-fungal and anti-parasitic. Black walnut tincture is a remedy for a variety of skin ailments including acne, ringworm, jock itch, athlete’s foot, psoriasis, eczema, and blisters.

The black walnut offers many medicinal uses and benefits, it is used as an antiseptic, a germicide, an anti-parasitic and a laxative. The American Indian tribes recognized the benefits of black walnut for treating the itchy rash of poison ivy and poison oak.

Black walnut extract can be taken internally for gout, rheumatism, glandular disturbances and can expel intestinal parasites and tapeworms by oxygenating the blood to kill the parasites.

The green hull of the black walnut produces a brown stain; because of its high organic iodine content resulting in an antiseptic that is excellent for healing.

Peace N Blessings!

Sudsing Away

Dmarie

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2 Responses to Black Walnuts

  1. thecraftaholic says:

    wow, so cool! Black walnut soap! I’ve been getting back into soap making. Recently I made an oatmeal, next I’m thinking a simple orange green tea soap…
    Thinking of you!
    Hope to see you in NYC soon.

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