BLACK WALNUT & WORMWOOD

According to numerous studies, nearly 85% of all Americans have parasites of one form or another in their bodies. There are a vast number of illnesses implicating parasites as the cause. Found in food and water, they range in size from small, single celled organisms to larger worms visible to the naked eye. If you are having difficulty with any of these symptoms, a parasite cleanse is an excellent idea. 

Diarrhea, abdominal cramps, nausea, fatigue, muscle aches, headaches, achy joints, lower back pain, bloating, gas, anal itching, sudden weight loss or weight gain, itchy skin, rashes, nail biting, and slight fever. New research even points to parasites having a contributing factor in Chrones, Ulcerative colitis, arthritis, anemia and some forms of cancer.

Black Walnut (Juglans Nigra)

Antibacterial, antiparasitic, antifungal, helps treat yeast overgrowth and Candida.
Used by Asian herbalist to expel various kinds of intestinal worms, black walnut is known to oxygenate the blood to kill the parasites its high tannin content is also pivotal in the anti-parasitic action of the herb. Black walnut has also been used to treat sore throats, aid in digestion, heal mouth sores, and is used as an extremely mild laxative. Not safe to use while pregnant because it can stimulate uterine contractions.

Wormwood (Artemisia Absinthium)

The leaves and flowering tops of this common wayside herb are cultivated at the peak of blooming. The herb also has some of the same active ingredients as black walnut such as thujone and tannic substances. It has a long history of being used as a cardiac stimulant, circulation improver, pain reducer during labor, an agent against tumors and cancer, and as a moth and insect repellant. Overuse of wormwood, as seen in those who frequently consume the alcoholic beverage Absinth, can initiate nervousness, stupor, and depression.