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Vitamin B17 Controversy: Poison or Cancer Treatment
There are many nutritional benefits of eating apricots. This is a rich source of minerals that cures anemia, asthma, tuberculosis and bronchitis. But, are you also aware of the health benefits of apricot seed or its oil? Apricot seeds can be consumed raw or ground into a powder for adding to soups, vegetables, curries, fruit juice or cereal. They can also be roasted in the oil that is used in salad dressings, cooking, fuel and facial lotions.
Vitamin B17 works to reduce tumors & prevent metastasis or the spread of the cancer. It kills cancer cells, strengthens the immune system. Vitamin B17 (nitriloside, amygdalin) exists in apricot, apple, cherry & nectarine seeds. Blackberry, cranberry, boysenberry, currant, strawberry & raspberry, have highest amounts in their wild form. Cassava (highest amount), sweet potato & yam. Leaves like Alfalfa, beet tops, spinach, watercress leaves, & sprouts from bamboo, alfalfa, fava, garbanzo.
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Apricot seeds have the highest levels of B17 known to man. Cultures with diets high in B17 have historically had very little cancer. With the Hopi and Navajo Native Americans, Hunzas in Pakistan, and Intuit Eskimos, these low cancer rates are well documented. You're on the web, take 30 minutes out of your life and look it up, you'll be surprised