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Is Black Walnut Good For Candida?

August 26, 2019


Have you checked out yeastinfection.org yet
or CandidaCrusher.com? These are very good websites for you to check out. You can do
a survey online as well, the world’s best Candida survey you can find on CandidaCrusher.com.
Question, Eric, is black walnut any good for Candida? Black walnut is very good for Candida, but
I believe it should be used as part of a very good, well-rounded antifungal product, so
black walnut has been used for centuries in Europe as well as in North America for a whole
wide range of conditions. The whole tree and the fruit, the leaves, the inner bark, they
all contain compounds which are quite strong. You will find that I don’t know if you have
any black walnut trees growing around you, but the tenets from this tree are quite strong.
They can stain clothes black really bad, so the tenets are something very stringent that
you’ll actually find in the hull itself. Tenets are also found in tea, but they’re very powerful
tenets in black walnut, and these tenets were used were known, people used to many years
ago cook up or brew these walnut hulls and use them actually for cleaning bed linens
to get rid of bed bugs and bed mites and sort of ringworm infections. They used to squeeze
the juice and put this on the skin to get rid of ringworm. Juglone is the active ingredient or Juglone
is the active ingredient found in the walnut hull. There’s green walnut hull and black
walnut, but the black walnut hull extract is the more powerful one. It may irritate
some people if they’ve got very poor kidney function or people who eat too much protein
in their diet may need to be careful. If you eat meat all the time, black walnut may irritate
people with an existing kidney problem. What I like about the walnut, black walnut
in particular, it’s anti-parasitic, antifungal and antibacterial. A study conducted at the
University of Mississippi in the ’90s showed it was, in fact, just as effective, if not
more effective, to use black walnut, as it was commercial antifungal preparations. Whether
they be for skin conditions or internal. So you see we have got natural medicines that
are just as effective as using pharmaceutical drugs, and black walnut is one of the more
powerful ones. Not quite up there as powerful as the grapefruit seed extract, but when combined
with grapefruit seed extract and other ingredients like Caprylic acid, undecylenic acid, clove,
Neem, berberine extract, standardized garlic. When you put all these sort of things together,
you come up with a super powerful antifungal, and that product I created, and it’s called
Canxida. This is not a sales push by any means. I’m
just explaining to you the best antifungals on the market, and black walnut is one of
them. When you get black walnut, make sure that you get an extract, a standardized extract,
something that is a little bit more powerful. Most dietary supplements won’t do this. In
Canxida, I put a 4 to 1 extract of the black walnut, so this is quite powerful. And for
that reason, I only had to put a small amount in there. If you use too much black walnut,
you could irritate the liver and the kidney as I said, but a small amount is very potent. It’s particularly good for people with small
intestinal bowel overgrowth, so people who have got a wide range of food allergies, who’ve
got a diet where they can only tolerate a small amount of foods, people with a lot of
gastrointestinal problems like diarrhea, constipation, bloating and gas, things like that. I also
use this product for women with bad women’s yeast infections, so it’s a perfect herbal
medicine to use in conjunction with the proper treatment. That’s black walnut extract. A fantastic antifungal
and certainly worth considering if you have a yeast infection.

8 Comments

  • Reply A M November 13, 2014 at 10:37 pm

    Can you help me please, I basically cured myself from candida overgrowth and got my balances correct by taking pro biotics, but I started taking alot of oil of oregano and I can feel the candida creeping back, could it be killing off my good bacteria?

  • Reply Byroni November 14, 2014 at 1:22 am

    How do you spell the name of the product that you recommend? Is it available here in the United States?

  • Reply Karin Marneson October 6, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    Hi Eric.
    I've just noticed that there's black walnut extract in CanXida remove… I'm avoiding all nuts since i've had bad reactions before.. Is there a risk with taking Remove??

  • Reply Winter Young January 17, 2017 at 1:38 am

    what is the difference between black walnut oil and walnut oil? or is there a difference?

  • Reply Candida Crusher December 20, 2017 at 6:38 pm

    Check my range of candida supplements here: http://www.canxida.com/

  • Reply B Charron March 27, 2018 at 9:14 pm

    Does your solution kill all bacteria including the friendly bacteria in your gut? Thanks!

  • Reply Lisa Gardner January 22, 2019 at 2:42 pm

    Is it just capsules oil or is it ok to eat the black walnuts them selves ??

  • Reply Heidi S February 21, 2019 at 8:56 pm

    Can u just eat them? If so have many at a time and for how long?..i just picked up a huge bag of them and want to eat but not sure how many and if eating them would be as effective…thanx in advance😃

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