Black walnut is a very tricky herb to use. It is best to start with a low dose and increase the dosage every day or every other day will parasites are gone.
At a glance
- Expels Worms
- May induce vomiting
Uses: An extract of the black walnut hull is one of the safest natural wormers available. However, if not use with the proper care it can also prove toxic to the host. Black walnut will kill and expel the take worm. However, the reason for the animal to become infested in the first place should be checked out.
Growing conditions: A black walnut tree is a large shade tree that can be easily grown and found in most local nurseries. If you want to plant and grow a full-size tree, then this is a great route. However, if you do not want to add another tree to your lot then consider ordering the dried herb.
Availability: Black walnut is available in an alcoholic tincture or can be ordered dried from most herb retailers.
Risk warnings: Can cause skin irritation and rashes. Recommended to only use as a topical treatment for no longer then seven days.