Black Walnut Extract


Black Walnut [Intestinal] The ancient Greeks used the hulls of black walnut to support the intestinal system and the skin. Herbalists classify black walnut as an astringent because it is rich in tannins, which have toning properties. Black walnut’s fame in folk herbology is due to its cleansing properties. The unripe hulls of the black walnut contain vitamin C and the trace minerals chromium and iodine.
Product: Black Walnut Extract
Brand: Nature's Sunshine (More Products)
Size: 2 fl oz
Dosage: 20-25 drops twice daily
Retail: $14.15
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2 Customer Reviews


Good support herb
by Cathy Weaver

After a serious meningitis infection and the resultant immune system depletion due to the antibiotic therapy, my son was put on a regime of herbal, vitamin and mineral supplements. This was one of the herbs we used to strengthen and support his system while his own immune system built back up. I tried a couple of different brands of Black Walnut and he told me he liked Nature's Sunshine the best.


The exact extract
by Carol

When I found out that the ancient Greeks used black walnut hulls for digestion and a better skin tone, I wondered what it would do for modern-day me. I think the ancients knew a lot more than we give them credit for. After several months of taking this product my stomach feels better and a few people have asked me what make up I'm using to make my skin glow.