What are black walnuts?
Black walnuts, or Juglans nigra, grow wild across the United States and are the second most cultivated walnut in North America.
They consist of a kernel, a dry outer covering known as a hull, and a hard shell.
The kernel is the part of the walnut that’s commonly eaten raw or roasted and can be pressed for oil. The hulls contain antioxidants and are used in extracts and supplements for medicinal purposes, such as to treat parasitic infections or decrease inflammation (1Trusted Source).
Black walnuts have a unique flavor and aroma, making them bolder and earthier than English walnuts. They’re a popular addition to recipes like baked goods and desserts.
How to use?
Black Walnut Hulls powder is most commonly ingested by mixing about 1 teaspoon with tea. It can also be encapsulated. It is recommended that you research the precise dosage for the complaint you are using this herbal powder for or contact a Herbal Practitioner.