Living in South America, I worry about parasites in our food. So twice a year we take black walnut drops. You take them for two weeks, take a week break and then again for two weeks. Works like a charm!
by Ben Zoltak 3 years ago
Does anyone know how to make a black walnut tincture to remove parasites?I've researched several kinds of tinctures for black walnut that I'm not sure I trust! I have a black walnut tree that produces many nuts and I heard Native Americans make a tincture somehow, or use the nuts somehow, to remove...
by CraftytotheCore 4 years ago
Is black walnut hull a successful natural heartworm preventative for dogs?I just learned that garlic is a natural flea preventative for dogs. I'm interested in knowing what natural alternatives there are for heartworm preventatives. I read somewhere that black walnut hull has amazing...
by breathe2travel 6 years ago
I've read that black walnut reverses tooth decay? Have you tried it?
by meka_09_10 6 years ago
Are the blue and black cohosh teas as effective as the tincture?
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