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Other Names: Walnuts, Jupiter's Nuts, Carya, Common Walnut, Persian Walnut, English Walnut, Carpathian Walnut, Royal Walnut, Juglans Regia
Traditional Usages: Food, Oil, Women's Periods, Hairloss, Gangrene Wounds, Toothache, Colic, Flatulence, Cools Green Wounds and Ulcers, Noise and Pains in the Ears, Scrofulous Diseases, Herpes, Eczema, Ulcers, Thin People putting on Weight, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Indigestion, Tea for skin disorders and shingles, Inflamed Eyelids, Rheumatic and Arthritic Joint Pain, Headaches, Dysentery, Constipation, Wounds, Laxative, Menopause, Anemia, Rid the body of Intestinal Worms, Mild, superficial inflammations of the skin; excessive perspiration, e.g., of the hands and feet.
Resources: Europe, Iran, Mediterranean, North and South America, Mexico, Afghanistan, India
Parts Used: Bark, Leaves: Nuts
Administration Method: Ground herb for decoctions and other natural preparations
Herb Action: astringent, antiparasitic, antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory (nut rind), antimicrobial, cancer-inhibiting, digestive tonic, purgative, promotes bile flow.
Walnuts and Cocoa Butter - Home remedy for Herpes: Grind a few walnuts and mix them with one teaspoon of cocoa butter. Apply this mixture to the sore twice a day. The sore should be gone in three or four days.
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