Herbalists praise Black Walnut as having the highest value in treating skin ailments, intestinal worms, and gastro-intestinal disturbances including; athlete's foot, eczema, hemorrhoids and ulcers. The hulls are processed while they are still green, before any oxidization has taken place. This produces a very potent product. Complementary supplementation: Works well with Wormwood. Cautions: Do not use if sensitive to strong aromatic smells. At customary dosage levels, Juglans nigra poses no problems. More Info: Extends from Greece and Asia Minor, over Lebanon and Persia, probably all along the Hindu-Kush to the Himalayas. It is abundant in Kashmir, and is found in Sirmore, Kumdon, and Nepal. It is native to the forests of the United States, and is very common in the fields, near common highways and orchards. The common Walnut is a large and handsome tree, with strong, spreading boughs, and grows to a height of 40 to 60 feet.