USA. Black Walnut (Juglans nigra) Leaf, Cut and Sifted, Wild Harvested
Common names: American Walnut, Akjrot Chaal, Haade Okhar, Hei Che Tao, Noyer Noir, Orech Tschernij, Schwarznuss, Carya
Black Walnut is a large deciduous tree native to eastern North America, growing mainly in open areas along roads, fields, rivers, and forest edges. All of its parts except the nut meat are pervaded by a distinctive pungent scent. It is cultivated in the US and Europe for its delicious nuts and its high-quality timber, and as an ornamental tree.
A strong tea of the leaves can be applied as a topical astringent, antiseptic, and antifungal for acne, ringworm, sunburn, eczema, psoriasis, itchy scalp, and as an insect repellent.
All parts of Black Walnut contain juglone, active against internal parasites and H. pylori (the bacteria associated with stomach ulcers), and under investigation for its anticancer activity. Juglone secreted by Black Walnut trees into the surrounding soil prevents most other plants from growing nearby.
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