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Does black walnut hull work for eczema?

by Sari

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I wasn't aware that Black Walnut had that many benefits! It sounds like a drop (tincture) a day would be good all the time for prevention rather than just trying to solve an issue for a short time - e.g. blood pressure or cancer?


My reason for coming here was the eczema, which I have on my elbows. I have been using a purchased alcohol tincture - which surprisingly is helping (want to reduce cortisone cream) - but alcohol is also drying - so I cream it after. Is there some other method that is used for the skin issues?

Many thanks

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Dec 11, 2021
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by: Dan

Black walnut hull is recommended for eczema by The Herb Society of America. It soothes the external inflammation caused by this condition, much like a steroid cream. Long term use on the skin would probably be ok but I would be hesitant to use it internally long term. It can irritate the gastrointestinal tract and interact with the kidneys and liver in people with pre-existing conditions.

I have suggestions for skin yeast infections on this webpage. Some of them are other oils such as oregano, cinnamon, grapefruitseed extract, and cold pressed coconut oil. There are also a few creams that might help. Mixing them with a little olive oil or coconut oil should help the skin drying effect.

In addition, many skin infections that aren't caused by skin yeasts are a result of the body trying to dump toxins through the pores of the skin. In these cases, usually the problem is a toxic colon and quite often doing a colon cleanse, taking probiotics and eating a more natural diet clears them up.

Any other questions let me know.

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