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Green walnuts in honey

Discussion in 'The Cave' started by Teddyjones, Jun 27, 2020.

  1. Teddyjones

    Teddyjones New Member

    I’ve been experimenting with a very old remedy using green walnuts preserved in raw honey

    some Asian records showed they used the walnut leaves in the preservation as well.

    now is the time to harvest green walnuts, also called wet walnuts. And a few leaves chopped up in raw unprocessed organic whole hive honey.

    It makes a black syrup type of thing which is said to be very very good at purification of the liver and blood

    as well as many other benefits
     
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  2. Teddyjones

    Teddyjones New Member

    An important tip is to wear gloves, as it makes your skin black
     

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  3. Teddyjones

    Teddyjones New Member

    I’m happy to report a huge success in mixing green walnuts in raw honey

    what we find works so well is about 25% green walnuts 10% walnut leaves and 65% raw honey all mixed up in a smoothie maker.

    then leave it to ferment
     
  4. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Sounds delicious.
     
  5. Daulatwant

    Daulatwant Kipras

  6. Teddyjones

    Teddyjones New Member

    Sounds great

    I’m trying very simply mixing green walnuts and leaves this time of the year with raw honey.

    Works very well so far
     
  7. Sheddie

    Sheddie Silver

    If one has a black walnut tree, don't throw away the GREEN hulls. These can be used to do an alcohol extraction to make -- Green Black Walnut Hull Tincture! This handy tincture has many 'medicinal' uses, not the least as a source of Iodine, which is what turns your hands black when hulling.

    This reference is just one of many found online for more explicit instructions...
    https://practicalselfreliance.com/black-walnut-tincture/#:~:text=The walnuts themselves will still,being an emergency iodine supplement.
     
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  8. Teddyjones

    Teddyjones New Member


    What is the difference between those and the green walnuts you get in the UK?

    we still get black fingers when using the green walnuts so still has iodine
     
  9. Casey55

    Casey55 New Member

    It is really hard to fing good honey now.
     

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