Black Walnut

Description

The black walnut tree is Native from New England all the way down the east coast and over to Texas. It is a tall deciduous tree reaching heights of up to 75 feet. It is prized for it’s timber and has an elegant grain with a very hard yet workable texture making it perfect for furniture making, floors and other fine carpentry including it’s use to fabricate gunstock. A 50-foot…

 

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    buy now Black Walnut Fresh Green Hulls

    Supports a Healthy Intestinal Environment*

    Black Walnut Fresh Green Hulls (Juglans nigra) have traditionally been used to support the natural balance of intestinal flora within the GI tract.*

    Herbs:  Black Walnut

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    buy now Wormwood Black Walnut Supreme

    Supports a healthy intestinal environment*

    Wormwood Black Walnut Supreme supports healthy intestinal environment and promotes a balance of intestinal flora.* Among the herbs in this formulation are the fresh green hulls of Black Walnuts, as well as Sweet Wormwood.

    Herbs:  Black Walnut, Clove, Coptis, Gentian, Ginger Rhizome, Pomegranate, Sweet Wormwood

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*This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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