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Does Taking Black Walnut Really Work Against Intestinal Parasites
Unlikely: Before picking a treatment, you need a firm diagnosis. There are many good treatments for intestinal parasites but they differ depending on the specific parasite. I do not believe you will derive any benefit from black walnut for general 'parasites'. Be careful whom you trust with your cash, especially when health claims are made. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The gastrointestinal tract starts at the mouth, travel down the tunnel (esophagus), which connects to the stomach, which then empties into the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum---the three parts of the small intestine (@25 feet). This empties into the colon or large intestine (about 5 feet), which then becomes the sigmoid colon, rectum and out the anus. So, every morsel eaten ...Read more
Do herbal parasite cleanses work to get rid of intestinal worms? Herbs include Black Walnut Hull, Wormwood, Cloves, etc
Herbal treatments: The only treatments I know of for intestinal worms are medicines as they have to selectively kill the worms and not hurt you. How do you know you have intestinal worms? ...Read more
Hi! I have pinworms, I took mebendazole 3 times (not at the same day) and I still have them. Should I use Black Walnut Hull? Is it really works?
Look for a source: It sounds like you are being re-infected by something in your home like bedding or towels- Make sure that you take the mebendezole at least one week apart for the eggs that hatch after the first dose I don't know much about black walnut hull and it is likely there is not a lot of scientific evidence for it- medicine sure cure 95% of the time Here is a helpful web site- good luck! http://www.medpagetoday.com/InfectiousDisease/PublicHealth/2020 ...Read more
Maybe: Black walnut has been used for that, but it's never been scientifically tested to see if it actually works. It's also known to cause stomach upset and diarrhea, and due to the high tannin content found in black walnut, may cause liver or kidney damage and may result in some types of oral, nasal, or esophageal cancers. Don't risk yourself to get rid of a worm. See a doctor for something safer. ...Read more
Who suggested this: Is a dentist practicing for 40 years, i'm unaware of any benefits of black walnut tincture for teeth. On a routine basis. I recommend homeopathic and dietary supplements including probiotics and alkalizing compounds. This is a new one for me and i would suggest more research before ingesting this tincture. ...Read more
I found out today I was allergic to black walnut tree. What are the some of the the syptoms in case I run into one?
Classic symptoms: Try not to run into one as you might get bruises and cuts and scrapes...Haha. Seriously typical allergy symptoms are common. Runny nose, congestion, itchy watery eyes, sneezing or even asthma symptoms of wheezing and cough. The problem is that tree pollen can spread for miles around, so you may not even be aware of the walnut tree and still have an allergic reaction. ...Read more
I found out today I was allergic to black walnut tree. What are the some precautions for walnut oil?
Tree pollen vs nuts: Black walnut tree allergy tests show that you are allergic to the pollen the tree produces. The oil from walnuts is presumably made from the fruit of the tree, which is the walnut itself. The pollen is only the male sperm used to fertilize the female part of the tree to make the nut, so they are not normally related, in the clinical allergy sense. You can be tested for the oil if you like. ...Read more
Daughter has been told by others she has a ring worm, what can she do at home? She was told to rub black walnut juice on it
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