The walnut (Juglans regia) of the Juglandaceae family, which is called the Four seeds in Farsi, is round, with two shells, one soft and green, gradually drying out and the other hard and wooden. Its seed is edible and has a lot of oil. Walnuts are a priceless nutcracker that has a variety of varieties. Walnut is an excellent source of protein, fiber, vitamins, antioxidants and minerals. This means the word Middle Eastern Gucci is the common name. Walnuts and flaxseed seeds have the highest levels of omega-3 fatty acids among vegetable foods. The most commonly known walnut in the world is known as the Persian walnut, since it was first taken from Iran to the Middle East and then to Greece and Rome, then to England and then to the United States. Iranian walnuts are the only species of this family whose eating habits are economically consumable.