Schwarznuss-Kräutertinktur, 50 mL
Es begünstigt die Entgiftung des Verdauungstraktes und des gesamten Körpers. Ausgeprägte antiparasitäre Aktivität. Hauptmerkmale:
- verbessert die Gesundheit des Verdauungssystems
Es ist eine der am meisten empfohlenen Kräutertinkturen des renommierten Dr. Hulda Clark.
Menge: 50 ml
Dr. Hulda Clark recommended using this herbal tincture to expel various types of worms and parasites, such as bacteria Beliobacter(H.Pylori). It may also be used for its anti-fungal properties and this is why it is often used for Candidasis, which is an overgrowth of fingus and causes many fungal disorders (Typhus, Athletes foot etc…).
Intenstinal Candidiasis is an overgrowth of the Candida fungus. It often weakens the epihelial walls of intestines and can release toxins into the bloodstream. This is often called “leaky gut syndrome”, which causes havoc in the immune system and can manifest in various ways. Leagy gut syndrom can lead to other complications such as divercular disease, or irritable bowel and often other complicated conditions that can be very difficult to diagnose. The active ingredient in Black walnit is juglone, which has anti-fungal properties and may also be used to prevent Candida from growing and speading further.
Apart from having the reputation of removing harmful parasites, fungus and bacteria that interfere with digestion, Black Wallnut Hulls also promote healthy digestion and gastrointestinal health. They can encourage bowel regularity due to their gentle laxative effect and promote healthy bile flow. The hull of the black walnut is said to tone and heal inflamed intestinal tissue, as well as improving the environment of the digestive tract for more effective assimilation and elimination. It is for this reason that Black walnut is considered a treatment for both constipation and diarrhea. It is also effective agaist Heliobacter pylori (H.pylori) – a bacteria that is responsible for the majority of ulcers that occur in the stomach. The bacteria is very serious as it has tentacles which it uses to bury itself into the soft tissues of the epithelial lining of the stomach and entire GI tract. In some cases it may even be implicated in Rheumatoid arthritis by getting into the synovial fluid of our many joints throughout our skeletal system.