Green Walnut Fruit Extract, Dietary Supplement 90ml Supports Intestinal Cleansing

£20.99

Walnut extract supports the work of the intestines, affects the proper functioning of the digestive system, stimulates intestinal peristalsis, accelerates the body’s self-cleaning processes and supports the immune system.

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Green walnut extract contains natural active substances that strengthen the body.

Walnut extract supports the work of the intestines, affects the proper functioning of the digestive system, stimulates intestinal peristalsis, accelerates the body’s self-cleaning processes and supports the immune system.

Nut extract used externally is suitable for rinsing the mouth and throat and for rinsing the skin.
The extract of the green fruit of the walnut contains natural active substances.

The extract of green nut fruit supports the intestinal function, affects the proper functioning of the digestive system, stimulates intestinal peristalsis.
It is recommended to follow a varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Ingredients: green nut fruit (Juglandis recens fructus), rectified spirit (ethanol content max 50%), water.

Usage: as a diet supplement for adults, dissolve 5 ml of the product in 100 ml of water.
Take 2 times a day 15 minutes before a meal. Do not exceed the recommended daily allowance.
A dietary supplement cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet.

Storage: at room temperature, tightly closed, out of reach of small children. Protect from light.

Externally: for rinsing the mouth and skin, use diluted with water in the proportion of 1 tablespoon of the extract per 100 ml of water.

Capacity: 90 ml
Producer: Medi-Flowery ApS, Box 42, 2660 Br. Strand, Denmark

Green walnut extract – a dietary supplement – has been submitted and approved for sale by the decision of the Chief Sanitary Inspector (GIS-ŻP-SD-4230-263 / OP / 10/3).

Walnut and black walnut
Two varieties from the same family of the Nutcracker (Juglandaceae)

King walnut (Juglans regia), in Poland called walnut, occurs on all continents.
In Denmark, it is called the common nut (Almindelig Valnød), in Italy – bianco nights (i.e. white walnut), in English-speaking countries it is known as Persian or English walnut (Persian Walnut, English Walnut), in Russia it is called Greek, and in Germany it is called just a true nut (Echte Walnuss).

In order to extract the juglon, which is an important active ingredient, tinctures are made from the green (unripe) fruit of the nutcracker.

Juglone is an organic chemical compound secreted by peanuts. It is one of the strongest antiseptic compounds known in nature.
It is mainly used in the fight against parasites of the digestive system and in the treatment of bacterial skin infections and mycoses. It is found in green (unripe) nuts, leaves and roots. As the fruit ripens and the leaves dry, the juglone disappears as a result of polymerization.

Juglone is a poorly soluble compound even in warm water, while it is well soluble in 50% alcohol. However, a tincture made with 96% spirit is worthless because protein is denatured, i.e. changes in the structure leading to a loss of biological activity.
Only in North America there is a variety of walnut called black walnut (Juglans nigra), a name derived from the colour of the tree bark. The fruits of this tree are slightly larger, but there is no indication that they contain more juglon than the fruits of the walnut.

Excerpt from the book by Liliann Elmborg. Effective Cleansing Treatments
Copyright © by Liliann Elmborg

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Weight 0.300 kg

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