Profile: The black walnut tree is a huge tree native to North America that is now grown in Europe. For generations, black walnut has provided food and health benefits to indigenous peoples. The astringent and tannic black walnut shell can be absorbed, tinctured, encapsulated, or used as a fabric dye. Juglans nigra bark are pulverized into our black walnut powder.
Black walnuts are smaller, tougher, and have a stronger flavor than English walnuts seen in supermarkets. Traditional herbalism uses the bark without the meaty kernels inside. Black walnut trees emit a sap that prevents rival plants from growing over their roots. The Juglandaceae family includes black walnut.
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|Handling / Storage:
|Store in a airtight Food Storage Containers, cool, dry place.