Available in 2 or 4.6 oz. glass jar
Does Your Pet Suffer From:
- Fungal Infection
- Blood Sugar Issues
- Excess Toxins
- Glandular Issues
- Inability to Gain Weight
The Black Walnut tree, also known as the American walnut, is native to North America. Trees range in height from 70-150 feet and have a diameter of 2-4 feet. The fruit is a large, rounded, brownish-black nut with a hard, thick, finely ridged shell enclosing a rich, oily kernel. The nut is black and ridged and is enclosed in a solid, non-splitting husk, grown on the tree singly or in pairs.
American Indians used the inner bark tea of the Black Walnut as an emetic and laxative. They chewed the bark for headaches. According to traditional Chinese medicine, eating Black Walnuts builds physical strength. In folk medicine, Black Walnut extract is considered an effective treatment for scorpion bites. Herbalists have traditionally used the husks as a nutritional aid for the intestinal system.
Black Walnut is believed to be antiviral, antiseptic, germicidal, and anti-parasitic. Specifically, it is said to eliminate intestinal worms, such as tapeworm, hookworm, and roundworm, and even heartworm, in dogs. It may be used as a heartworm preventative, and can also repel fleas and ticks.
Black Walnut could be an effective antifungal and treatment for ringworm. It might assist in balancing blood sugar levels in diabetic pets, and help to burn excess toxins and fat accumulation. Additionally, Black Walnut may help dogs who have glandular issues and problems gaining weight.
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. It is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. These food products may be beneficial for supporting optimal health.
For educational purposes only.
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