Walnut as a medicinal plant

The walnut is both purgative and astringent.

Can be used for: rickets, bone diseases, dyspeptic, digestive atony, nausea, diabetes, diarrhea, leucorrhoea, angina and anemia.

External use:
Impetigo, abscesses, ulcers, wounds, frostbite, hair loss and conjunctivitis.
A decoction of 50g of walnut leaves for 1L of water, used as a lotion and compress.

Internal use:
A handful of walnut leaves per liter of water, allow to infuse for 10m, drink as much as you want.

 

Source: Corsica Guide ©

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