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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.
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.
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