Parasites, Supplements, Tinctures

How to Make Green Black Walnut hull Tincture (Extra Strength by Dr.Hulda Clark)

How to make Green Black Walnut Hull Tincture at home? This recipe is adapted from Dr.Hulda Clark’s book and it’s called Green Black Walnut Hull Tincture Extra Strength.

This tincture is used in H.Clark’s Parasite protocol (along with wormwood and cloves).

Benefits and Uses of Black walnuts

Black walnuts benefits (used externally):

  • May treat fungal infections of the skin
  • Treats many skin problems like acne, warts, eczema, herpes, etc.
  • Can be used as a hair dye (for dark colors).

Black walnuts benefits (used internally):

  • May restore tooth enamel, relieve tooth pain, and heal cavities.
  • Kills parasites and intestinal worms in their adult stage.
  • May help relieve excess sweating.
  • May treat candida overgrowths.
  • It has some anti-cancer benefits.

Black walnuts should not be used during pregnancy.

How to Harvest Black walnuts

Black walnuts should be harvested in the fall season whole and uncracked in their green hulls, in late September or early October. Mature black walnuts have a green and slightly softened outer hull.

We do not crack walnuts to separate the shells because when cracked the hulls can stain everything. This is why we use them whole.

Walnuts should have hulls at least 50% green each.

Wear gloves and old clothes to harvest them, because black walnuts contain an inky substance that will stain your clothes and skin.

Homemade Green Black Walnut Hull Tincture – Extra Strength (by Dr.Hulda Clark)


  • Whole Black walnuts in the green hull (at least 50% green each) – at least 10 quarts
  • Grain alcohol 50%* – enough to cover the walnuts
  • Vitamin C – 1/2 teaspoon

Tools needed:

How to make green black walnut hull tincture: 

  1. Fill the pot with uncracked, gently washed whole green black walnuts.
  2. Pour grain alcohol over black walnuts just until covered.
  3. Sprinkle 1/4 teaspoon vitamin C.
  4. Seal the pot with a plastic wrap or silicone stretch lid.
  5. Let sit for 3 days.
  6. Strain the tincture, discard the walnuts. Add the remaining 1/4 teaspoon of vitamin C.
  7. Pour into glass bottles or jars. If the jars have a metal lid, cover the top with a plastic wrap before screwing on the lid.
  8. Can be kept for several years with strong potency if unopened. The tincture may darken which won’t affect the potency.

*You can use Apple cider vinegar or Food-grade vegetable glycerin instead of grain alcohol for the tincture. Soak walnuts in one of the liquids for 4-6 weeks out of direct sunlight before straining and storing. Do not use metal lids or use a plastic wrap before screwing on the lid.

*Tinctures made with alcohol will last for many years unopened. Glycerin tinctures will last for about 2-3 years, and tinctures made with apple cider vinegar will last for at least 1 year.

** To make a smaller batch use a quart glass jar, 8-12 fresh black walnuts with green hulls, approximately 2 cups alcohol/apple cider vinegar/food-grade vegetable glycerin.


You can find Dr.Hulda Clark’s Parasite protocol here.



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  1. Karla says:

    Thank you so much for the black walnut tincture recipe. I make many tinctures but have never tried the green hull tincture. I appreciate you.

  2. michael D says:

    Grain alcohol 50%* – enough to cover the walnuts. <== What does it mean by 50%? Is that the alcohol percentage content? I bought the 95% Pure Grain. How would I use the above recipe with 95%? Should I dilute it?

    1. organicbiomama says:

      Yes, 50% means the percentage content. I am guessing you need to dilute your 95% to turn it into 50%.

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