Nuts (Juglans regia) can be used in many different ways, mainly as a supplement to cakes and pastries, pasta, salads, as well as for the preparation of spirits, cognac and many products. However, little is known about the benefits of young green leaves, young husks and immature fruits, which are very useful for many diseases. They are most effective if they are collected in early May.
It is not known exactly where they came from, because they were widely distributed throughout the Mediterranean, the Far East and Asia Minor, and in ancient Rome it was noted as the holy tree of Jupiter. Fruits are used for medicinal purposes, as it is today.
From South Europe walnut was taken to the north. This was mainly promoted by Charlemagne when he issued an order for the cultivation of medicinal plants, and the walnut received a special place because of its wide range of uses. Along with medicine, it was used for painting cotton, wool, fine carpentry, in art crafts, for cutting furniture.
It was known as a blood purifier, and it is also good for treating lung diseases, catarrhal inflammation of the bowel, strengthening the muscles and vision.
Both the bath and the coating are used against eczema and wounds, inflammation of the eyes, skin diseases. As oil is very useful for hair and protects you from burns caused by sun baths. The core contains 65% of oil, carbohydrates, protein, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, potassium, vitamin B and vitamin C. This is a wonderful detoxifier, antidiabetic, laxative …
Tea from immature leaves is especially effective, and in combination with honey strengthens and cleanses the body, improves overall health. It is also used for digestive problems, gout, purulent eruptions, excessive sweating of feet, bleeding of teeth and gum disease.
Its leaves contain an essential oil with a solid yellowish color, tannins, as well as substances with chili and bitter taste. It is collected mostly in June and July, when the weather is fine, but it is much better to use it while it is damp and green, as it contains decomposed medicinal ingredients.
Young green walnuts are rich in vitamin C and in combination with honey are usually given to sick and tight children and anemic people. In the mature fruit of the walnut contains a lot of oil, and they can be eaten raw or cooked. Nuts are an excellent source of omega-3 essential fatty acids, which successfully reduce cholesterol levels in the blood.
In 2 liters of water, you need to soak 5 tablespoons of finely powdered walnut leaves and bark of young oak. Put in boiling water and cook for about 10 minutes. When the contents become warm, you can wash the feet in it. After that, you should not use a towel, just dry your feet.
Strengthening of hair
You need to grind 10 tablespoons of the walnut kernel in a walnut grinder, and then put them in one liter of 96% alcohol. Keep the bottle for 2 weeks in a warm place. After this period, use a liquid for scalp massage. Do the treatment every night and then wipe the hair.
Mix 10 tablespoons of finely powdered walnut leaves with one liter of raw olive oil. Put the mixture in a warm place for about a month, with a daily shake several times, and then massage the painful areas.
In combination with honey
In combination with honey, walnut is a wonderful natural remedy that provides the body with all the necessary vitamins, minerals, fats, proteins, carbohydrates. This is mainly effective for exhaustion and anemia. It is prepared from 500 g of ground walnuts, mixed with 500 grams of clover honey and one lemon. This drug can be taken every 3-4 (1 teaspoon), until recovery.
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