Not sure if Black-Walnut is dangerous to cats, however, they don't like the taste and there's no supportive herbs a cat needs when deparasiting. Read my experience below:
After all the research i finally found the solution for people who are getting well and cleaning parasites and don't want their pets to reinfect them: the problem of zapping their pets), i think it will answer most people's problems zapping my many cats!
2) PARALIXER(HOMEOPATHIC HERBS): http://www.ihealthtree.com/paralixer-2oz-king-bio-natural-medicines... (CLEAR, ODORLESS, TASTELESS--USE 3-6 DROPS PER 2 CUPS OF WATER PUT RIGHT INTO PET'S BOWL (30 DAYS) THEN 1X PER WEEK FOR MAINTENANCE. No tricking or disappointment or wasting of products due to the cat smelling cloves or refusing Wormwood ! I'm using it now and NONE of my cats notice it at all, not even the picky ones.
Here's the ingredients: (The are all homeopathic/herbs - some of these herbs are their Latin names, I looked up each one up and Like "Tanacetum Vulgare" which is the same as the common herb names ďTansy, bitter button, cow bitter, golden button, mugwort.Ē
Calcarea Carbonica, Chenopodium Anthelminticum, Cina, Croton Tiglium, Filix Mas, Gambogia, Granatum, Lycopodium Clavatum, Mercurius Corrosivus, Natrum Phosphoricum, Santonium, Senna, Spigelia Anthelmia, Stannum Metallicum, Tanacetum Vulgare, Teucrium Marum, Zingiber Officinale - . Each ingredient is in equal volumes of 10x, 30x, and 100x potencies in a pure water base.
Most of them remove and kill parasites, but some help with the soothing of the stomach to assist in parasite elimination (some of the cats put on a parasite program will vomit the 1st day--due to the parasites dying) so the other herbs that assist in the mixture are very beneficial, which is another reason to use PARALIXER.