Cavity Healing Tea/Black Walnut Hull Tea

Black Walnut “The Household Dentist”- for cavities and tooth repair.

I’m so excited to share this interesting tea that I have been using for a long time now when needed. It helps with toothaches and tooth abscesses. It truly helps as long as you stay faithful and drink it as often as you can throughout the day.

My 5-year-old son had half of his face swollen from the tooth that got treated the day before. Since it happened on a Saturday night I had to come to the method of giving him a cavity healing tea to drink. On top of that, I gave Sanguinarian/Mouth Wash to rinse his mouth with every hour. He drank about 4-6 cups of this tea within 2 days. I took him to the dentist on the third day on Tuesday. They took an x-ray of the tooth and were surprised at how healthy it looked! His swelling went away too. Since Christmas was coming in 4 days doctor prescribed me Amoxicillin (antibiotic) just in case his swelling came back. The swelling never came back! He is now a happy lil’ guy who avoided taking antibiotics! Credit goes to Rachel Weaver M.H. who shared this recipe through one of her books!

Another instance is when my daughter’s knitted bootie tassels got caught between the crack where the back and seat meet, and when she was tempted to get up, she got restrained and fell on the floor hitting her front teeth. I could see that her teeth were moving, and I could tell that they cracked under the gumline. I gave her this tea to sip on as much as she would drink for the first time. She drank this tea for three days periodically. The next time we went to a dentist for a cleaning, he mentioned that he can see on the x-ray that there is a scar on two of the front teeth under the gumline. I was amazed! The tea worked once again! Now, I always keep this tea for emergencies in my first aid kit.

Good Qualities Of Black Walnut Hulls:

Black walnut is a significant source of organic iodine, potassium, magnesium, manganese, sulfur, copper, and silica. The outer shell of the nut contains the most iodine. It tones and heals inflamed tissues. This interesting herb strengthens and builds tooth enamel. It contains organic, assimilable fluoride. It is a muscle and nerve food, and food for the hair, nails, skin, and nerves. It’s a good idea to add black walnut hull powder to the tooth powder for brushing teeth!


  • Antibacterial
  • Rebuilds enamel
  • Takes away toothache
  • Kills parasites
  • Cures impetigo
  • Rich source of iodine
  • Remineralizes/heals cavities

I buy my powdered herbs and reusable tea bags from (an online store) if I can not find them at the local herbs stores.


*Click on each of the ingredients below to open a link and to see where I buy it.


You can also go by parts that way you can make how much you want to, I like to have more so I can make it and forget about making it for a while.

By Parts:

  • 1 part marshmallow root powder
  • 1 part comfrey root powder
  • 1/3 part black walnut powder
  • 1/4 part anise seed ground or powdered

How To:

Mix all ingredients together and store it in a glass jar to keep it fresh longer.

I use reusable tea bags. Put one teaspoon in a bag and brew it in a cup of boiling water.

Adults – drink at least 3 cups daily.

I prefer drinking this tea hot. You may squeeze some lemon juice for a taste if you wish.


This tea works faster on kids since their bodies are smaller. I give my kids, including my one-year-old, this tea to drink once in a while as preventative maintenance. Add some sugar to sweeten it (optional). Make sure the tea is not hot when giving it to little ones.

Other Benefits:

More about black walnut hulls benefits that I can not be silent about: As a rich source of organic iodine, black walnut is a nourishment for the thyroid, especially where sea vegetables are hard to come by. It is also effective in enhancing the elimination of various microbes and parasites from the bowel.


This herbal tea is not recommended for long-term use. Drink it for 2-4 weeks then make sure to take a break from it. Allow at least two weeks of a break in between. Then it’s okay to repeat. It’s a good idea to rotate herbal teas unless taken for a certain reason like detox tea.

P.S. For clarity if comfrey is safe to consume click here.

* I recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.😊

    1. From my experience it is safe. This tea is rich in iodine. We need iodine to make thyroid hormones that controls body’s metabolism and helps to properly develop bones and brain during pregnancy and infancy. Being iodine deficient also makes us feel weak. Your baby would only benefit from it! To be on the safe side, drink a cup of this tea and wait for about 24 hours to see if your baby will have any reaction to it. If not, it’s a go then! I drank it when I was breastfeeding and it went well for us! Good luck 🙂


  1. Can you please specify latin word for black walnut that is in the tea? Because in our country there is “walnut” and “black walnut”. One is edible, the black one isn’t (but is used as a medicine).

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    1. I still don’t understand. Do you mean by “black walnut ” the hulls from the walnut we eat, that become black and are very bitter to taste? They are high in iodine and beneficial to many things. But it is not Juglans Nigra. The wallnut we eat is called Juglans Regia. And its hulls are healthy in tinctures and teas, it do turn black over time they ripe.
      The Juglans Nigra is different than the walnut we eat (J.Regia), because it has smaller and harder walnut, very hard to crush, with very small seed that is not edible. The husk of the Black Walnut and the joung walnuts are used to make tinctures with antiparasitic effect.
      That is why I wonder which walnut should I buy, because in our region there is no black walnut tea common as such.

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    2. In reply to Lonci & Konci.
      Yes, you are right. I looked into that and researched on both of the “black walnuts”. What you are saying is very interesting. I’ve found some information and figured that other people also use Juglans Nigra to remineralize teeth. For example here is one of the links in this link they also use Juglans Nigra. From my experience my friends and family and I did not hear of any problems after drinking tea with Juglans Nigra, only benefits. If you still don’t feel right drinking tea with Juglans Nigra you are more than welcome to try and grind Juglans Regia into powder and use it.❤️❤️❤️

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    3. The latin word for black walnut is “juglans nigra”. “Walnuts” are the nuts we eat, and “black walnuts” made from the walnut peels/hulls. Walnut peels/hulls is green at first and then becomes black once nuts gets ripened. You are right, you can not really take it and eat it just like that, because it’s bitter. But because it contains so much benefits for out teeth and overall body I love, love using it in the tea mix!❤️

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  2. How much does this make? is the amount you have listed one serving?
    1 part marshmallow root powder
    1 part comfrey root powder
    1/3 part black walnut powder
    1/4 part anise seed ground or powdered
    thanks in advace 🙂

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    1. Hello Valerie. Anise seed herb does have antiseptic and pain relieving properties. I never tried making this tea without it. But if you decide to make this tea without Anise Seed, I would be interested to know how it went for you! Best of luck❤❤❤

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