The Prevention of all Cancers by Dr Hulda Clark
by Dr Hulda Clark
Green Black Walnut Hull Tincture (homemade)
- Your largest stainless steel (not aluminum, ceramic, plastic, enamel, or Teflon) cooking pot
- Black Walnuts, in the hull, each one still at least 50% green, enough to fill-the pot to the top
- grain alcohol, about 50% strength, enough to cover the walnuts
- distilled, unfiltered, unchlorinated bottled water in 1 gallon jugs with zero conductivity seen with the indicator
- vitamin C powder (capsules are fine)
- 2 ounce amber glass bottles and HDPE40 bottles
- HDPE-2 jugs, as used for vinegar or water
The Black Walnut tree produces large green balls in fall. The walnut is inside, but we will use the whole ball, uncracked, since the active ingredient is in the green outer hull.
Wash the walnuts carefully with water that does not have laundry bleach disinfectant. Put them in the pot and cover completely with the alcohol. Sprinkle on 1 tsp. vitamin C. Cover with lid. Let set for three days. Add another tsp. vitamin C. Pour into HDPE-2 gallon jugs, using stainless steel funnel or homemade HDPE-2 funnel. Discard walnuts. The vitamin C helps to keep the color green, as does the non-chlorinated, unfiltered water. Potency is strong for several years if unopened, even if it darkens slightly. Pour as soon as possible into 2 oz. amber glass or HDPE-2 bottles. Freeze these after opening, to preserve green color.
When preparing the walnuts, wash only with cold tap water. Rinse with distilled, unfiltered water to remove all chlorine. You may need to use a brush on areas with dirt. If you are not going to use all of them in this batch, you may freeze them in a zippered plastic bag. Simply refrigerating them does not keep them from turning black and useless. The pot of soaking walnuts should not be refrigerated. Nor does the final tincture need refrigeration.
Exposure to air causes the tincture to darken and lose potency very quickly. To reduce air exposure, fill the pot as much as possible while still keeping a snug fitting lid. Even more importantly, the HDPE4 jars or bottles you use to store your tincture should have as little air space as possible and should not be repeatedly opened before use. A large jar should be divided into the 2 oz. size bottles all at one time. Quality is better if poured originally into 2 oz. (1-serving) containers.
There are several ways to make a 50% grain alcohol solution. Some states have Everclear™, 95% alcohol. Mix this half and half with distilled, unfiltered, water. Other states have Everclear™, that is 76.5% alcohol. Mix this two parts Everclear ™, to one part water. Do not use vodka or the flask-size Everclear™; it must be 750 ml or 1-liter. Smaller bottles have wood alcohol or isopropyl alcohol pollution.
This is the first time that purchased water is allowed in this very important recipe. A half-million lives of cancer patients could be saved in a year. There is a lot at stake. You may buy distilled water in 1-gallon jugs if it passes these tests:
Syncrometer® testing for PCBs, benzene, laundry bleach should be Negative.
Heavy metals and sodium hypochlorite should be Negative. Any variety of chlorine bleach has hypochlorite.
Thulium should be Negative.
Azo dyes should be Negative.
Malonic acid should be Negative.
Some varieties of bottled distilled water will pass this test. But if you can’t test yourself and wish to make tincture, you can test the distilled water yourself with a chlorine test kit and a conductivity indicator (see Sources).
Test for chlorine; there should be none.
Test for conductivity; there should be none.
Now you have found the “good” distilled bottled water. It still has some very important metals that could be found by Syncrometer , including strontium, aluminum, thulium, chromium, vanadium, ruthenium. These can be filtered out through a charcoal filter if you boil the activated charcoal first for 5 minutes (see page 587).
Any brand of bottled distilled water will not be the same in different sizes and in different parts of the country. Be sure to use only the size and source you have tested. You may also use rainwater stored in HDPE2 water jugs and only filtered through washed paper, see page 153.