What are the useful quality of walnut?
The walnuts were almost always useful and valuable for the consumer and the gardner. Even before the creation of the first money in the North Asia instead of money the people payed with walnuts, and in the Greece all these delicious fruits had the great name – “Acorns Gods”. Why we gave such name to the walnut? Because it was imported at the first time in Russia from Greece, across the road “from the Vikings to the Greeks”. In the folk medicine, the walnuts for a long time were as a powerful treatment for tuberculosis, and the nut oil the people used to get stones from the kidney or liver. Not long ago, the green shells we used to take away the unwanted “guests” from our body – worms. Also, we must pay attention to the fact that the nuts are also useful as tasty, very good! You can safely equate one kilogram of seeds of nuts for one kilogram, for example – bread or fish. The still quite young and immature nuts have a lot of vitamin C, as well as the young fruits are perfect even for making tasty and healthy walnut jam. But there is no one vitamin C. It contains a plurality of other useful quality, such as vitamins B, E and F, cobalt, about 80% oil (which has also useful properties), 20% protein, and even iron salt. Today’s, the modern medicine has not renounced the use of nuts. Besides the medicine, the fruits are often used in cakes and perfumery directions. Well, what about furniture? Most of the furniture is made from walnut wood. And the walnut skin is often used to create a chic natural paint for wool or silk.