Walnut Leaf Extract - A Powerful Anti-Cancer and Skin Healing Agent

Walnuts are well know for lowering cholesterol and for being full of lots of Omega 3 fatty acids. But did you know that Walnut Leaves are very healing and work well for curing cancer? It’s true!

Grows All Over - Walnut trees grow all over the world in temperate climates like North America, India, Russia, Middle East, and more... thus making Walnut Leaf inexpensive and easily accessible... and Walnut Leaf tea has been used for centuries. 

Cancer - Walnut Leaf extract has the ability to prevent and kill different types of cancer cells. Especially breast, oral, and colon cancer according to many studies. 

Control Sweating - Walnut Leaf extract has been used successfully for controlling excessive sweating, and has the ability to shrink down sweat glands, thus you don’t sweat. 

Diarrhea - Walnut Leaf extract is a great astringent making it important for healing diarrhea. 

Anti-Fungal Compounds - Walnut Leaf contains powerful anti-fungal compounds that work well for treating impetigo, yeast infections, and athlete’s foot. 

Colds and Infections - In Germany it was found that Walnut Leaf extract worked well for treating sinus infections and the common cold. Walnut Leaf is anti-bacterial, anti-fungal, and antiseptic agent that kills bacteria on surfaces, plus it’s also a good detergent.

Worms - Walnut Leaf extract has long been used for getting rid of tapeworms, pin worms, and round worms. Some believe 33% of the people in the US have some sort of parasite infection. 

Skin Disease - Walnut Leaf can also be used to treat eczema, acne, psoriasis, dandruff, ringworm, and itchy rashes, and some call Walnut Leaf - “A Miracle Worker” because it can cure terrible skin disease. And in Russia Walnut Leaf Extract has been used for centuries for skin wounds. In fact during WWII many men came down with all kinds of skin diseases like impetigo... and Walnut Leaf extract has been used by many to cure these diseases. 

Eye Infections and Inflammation - Walnut Leaf infusion can be used for soothing away minor eye infections and inflammation. And Walnut Leaf works great for inflammation in general. 

Oral Health - Walnut Leaf tea also works great for inflammation of the gums, larynx, mouth, and throat. 

GI Tract - And a tea made from Black Walnut Leaves and black tea is important to rememeber for soothing away irritation of the GI tract including heartburn, colic, and gas. Plus it stimulates the gallbladder allowing bile to flow freely. 

Blood Thinning Agent - Walnut Leaf extract and especially Black Walnut Leaf tea is a good blood thinning agent... work as well as coumadin for thinning the blood.

Lower Blood Pressure and Cholesterol - Walnut Leaf tea is well known for being able to lower blood pressure and cholesterol. 

Natural Herbicide - Walnut Leaves contain a natural herbicide that kills some types of plants... making it much safer than using chemicals. You rarely see plants growing under walnut trees.  

Contains -  A, C, K, and B Vitamins, silica, selenium, bioflavinoids which is a great antioxidant, plus chlorine, iron, manganese, sulfur, iodine, tannins, nucinerol, oxalic acid, zinc, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, essential oils, and mucilagenous compounds. 

Forms - Walnut leave can be bought as teas, capsules, and made into infusions for use for many disease processes. You can ask for it at your local health food store or buy it on-line. Walnut leaf tea can be made with 5 large walnut leaves boiled in a small pot of water. Then you can add chamomile and other herbs... and even honey for a pleasant taste. By the way did you know in China rice, walnuts, and dates are ground together, added to boiling water and then made into a very soothing tea? It’s true... it’s very good for the GI tract. 

Use for Short Periods of Time - Walnut Leaf has no real side effects if taken in small amounts, but should not be used for longer than 7 to 10 days... because it could be toxic it taken in large amounts.

 

Try some Walnut Leaf Extract or Tea... it will do your body good.

Dr. Paul Haider - Master Herbalist and Spiritual Teacher for over 20 years, helping people to recover and feel healthy. You can also find Dr. Haider on FB under Dr. Paul Haider, Healing Herbs, Shambala Spiritual Transformation Institute, Meditation for the Soul, and Relax Into Success, Punjab teas, and at www.paulhaider.com - feel free to contact him any time. Also check out Dr. Haider’s radio show at http://www.thesourcecenterradio.com/The-Relaxed-Soul.html Sept. show to be about “Doing a Spiritual Cleansing”

walnut, leaves, healing, cancer, skin, inflammation, anti-fungal, anti-bacteria, worms, tea, health, Dr. Paul Haider, master herbalist, 

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