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English: Walnut.

French: Noyer.

From the family of Juglandáceas.

Eczema and ulcers of the skin and scalp. Inflammation and ulceration of the mouth and throat. In vaginal irrigations, for the simple white flow.

The green rind of the fruit, against intestinal parasites.

In cataplasms: crack of the breast, wounds, eyes (conjunctivitis, tired eyes and red)

In bathrooms for tired feet, swollen and sweaty. Frostbites.

The plant walnut, or walnut and certainly contains regenerative healing properties of certain functions of the body. Moreover since ancient times has used its leaves to prepare dyes that are applied to cloth and hair, as per their capacity so gently tinges dye fabrics like gray hair white, restoring its natural color without being aggressive to the scalp.

Walnuts contain a high caloric content. They found that while we seek value in times of very cold.

In winter, it is desirable to eat many nuts to improve the resistance to it, along with figs and dried fruit. Perhaps the nature save something from the heat of summer even when they are dry and much needed coat the inside of diseases such as walnuts.

Nuts contain vitamin A - B - C - E, as well as minerals, fatty substances and natural iodine.

The tea leaves prepared with walnut is beneficial and conducive to:

Diabetes - and Problems stomach obstruction - liver problems - anemia in people of all ages - detoxifies the blood cleared of its impurities - Affections of the skin, as in the case of acne - Mouth Sores - Bad blood circulation - Problems lymph - Low activity glandular - Weakening physical widespread - Tuberculosis bone - Herpes - Flow - Injuries supurantes - Ocular Inflammation - frostbites - Syphilis - insect bites - Internal Parasites - Rickets - Jaundice - Escrofulosis - Hemorrhoids - Etc.

The tea can be used both externally or internally. It is prepared with walnut leaves at a rate of 30 grams in one liter of water. Boil one liter of water, place the leaves in a bowl and get the water boiled, allowed to stand for a few minutes and then can be used for cases of diabetes. Girls can take 2 cups of tea per day, sweetened with honey or alone.

For other problems, the amount varies from 10 to 15 grams of walnut leaves per liter of water ready in the same way and can be used in gargarismos, liver problems, glandular, and so on.

To make external use with walnut leaves, the same can be prepared in cooking. The cooking requires a larger quantity of leaves ranging from 40 grams to 500 grams of leaves, as appropriate. For example, to sit in bathrooms cases of hemorrhoids using 40 grams of walnut leaves per liter of water, boil everything together for 10 to 15 minutes, then strain, leaving warm and use.

If we want to do an immersion bath to cleanse and purify the skin of the body, can be boiled for 10 to 15 minutes, 300 grams of leaves in 10 liters of water, but you can do this, get a smaller amount of leaves for less amount of water, doing all boil for 20 to 30 minutes, then dump the water in the bath or tub, add warm water and immerse in quantity needed for about 20 minutes.

A good remedy for sore throat or external is to get two tablespoons of the juice of green walnuts, mix with five tablespoons of honey and half a liter of water. With this preparation can be made gargarismos when they have problems with sores in the mouth or throat problems. Also, this remedy can be used in cases of injuries or problems of external hemorrhoids practicing building lukewarm about the area.

To dye their hair green nuts can be boiled for half an hour, then strain and add a few spoonfuls of alcohol at 96 degrees. Gets warm and can be bottled. With a comb move the fluid every day to comb and quickly recover his hair color.

Used Part.

The leaves, olive oil (cotyledons) Eventually uses the pericarp of the fruit.

Active Principles.

Leaves: naphthoquinone: juglona, plumbagina, beta - hidroplumbagina. Tannins (3 - 4%) gálicos and catechist. Inositol. Traces of essential oil with germacraneno - D. Derivatives flavones: St. John juglanina, quercitin. Acids fenolcarboxílicos: caféico, gallic, neoclorogénico. Ascorbic acid (1%)

Pericarp: organic acids, tannins; naphthoquinone: hidrojuglona.

Cotyledons: unsaturated fatty acids: glycerides of linoleic and linolenic acids. In the tegument: polyphenols (gallic acid and elágico) tannins.

Drug Action.

The tannins give it astringent properties (antidiarrheal local hemostatic, healing, antisudoral) and antiseptic, an effect enhanced by the action of the juglona, who is also an appetizer, eupéptico, colagogo slightly lowering, and anti - keratolytic. Flavonoids produce a protector and capillary diuretic.

The oil is emollient and lipid lowering.



Diarrhea, light diabetes, rheumatism, gout, inappetence, dyspepsia hiposecretoras.

In topical use: wounds and skin sores, mouth or corneal, blepharitis, abscesses, boils, psoriasis, conjunctivitis, stomatitis, parodontopatías, pharyngitis, eczema, erythema, pruritus, vulvovaginitis, hipersudoración hands and feet.

Oil: dry skins, ichthyosis, psoriasis, eczema dry, Dyshidrosis, burns.


Treatment with iron salts, alkaloids and jelly, for its abundance of tannin. In the absence of data regarding the possible interaction with other medications, we recommend not manage simultaneously with other drugs.

Gastritis, gastroduodenal ulcer: tannins can irritate the gastric mucosa, this side effect can be offset by associating with drug mucilages, as the marshmallow.

Do not prescribe dosage forms with alcoholic content for oral administration in children under two years or consultants in the process of alcohol addiction.

Caution / Poisoning.

When prescribing a diabetic, the physician should monitor blood sugar levels to adjust, if necessary, the dose of insulin or oral agents.

Take into account the alcohol content of the fluid extract and tincture.

Galenica forms / Dosage.

Internal use:

Infusion (leaves) 20 g / l, infuse 15 minutes, three or more cups a day, fasting or between meals.

Fluid extract (1: 1) of leaves: 30 - 50 drops, one to three times a day.

Tincture of leaves (1: 10) 50 - 100 drops, one to three times a day.

Decoction (epicarp) 50 g / l, boil 15 minutes. Three cups a day.

External use:

Decoction (leaves) in washes, towels, mouthwash, gargarismos, enemas, eye drops, eye baths (isotonizar) or vaginal irrigations.

Glycolic or fluid extract (1: 5) of leaves or pericarp: creams, gels or liniment, as an antiseptic or local reepitelizante.


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