Apple Seeds and Cancer: What the Government Has Been Hiding From You for Years
Most people are afraid to try apricot seeds, cherry pits or apple seeds due to the cyanide content, but according to one study, eating the seeds may actually have incredible health benefits including the treatment of cancer.
The cyanide content shouldn’t concern you – after all, you’ll need a great amount of seeds before it kills you. This needless fear of cyanide has kept people away from the seeds for too long, which is why they have been rarely studied.
Do you know what amygdalin is? Amygdalin is a substance found in apricot seeds with 2 glucose molecules, as well as 1 molecule of benzaldehyde and cyanide each.
Cyanide and benzaldehyde have cytotoxic properties which only kill cancer cells, and pass through the gastrointestinal tract safely and without harming your organs. As cancer cells feed on sugar, they are attracted to the glucose in amygdalin – once it enters the cells with sugar as the bait, it completely destroys the cancer cells from within.
Beta-glucosidase is an enzyme found in cancer cells that unlocks the amygdalin and releases the deadly molecules, while normal cells contain rhodanese, an enzyme that binds to free cyanide molecules (like the ones in amygdalin) and creates cyanates, which are eliminated through urine. So, the next time someone tells you apricot and apple seeds are toxic, tell them what you read today.
And, while Laetrile, or vitamin B17, the concentrated extract from apricot seeds has shown it can kill cancer cells effectively, Big Pharma is trying everything it can to hide the truth from the public.
The extract was first used in 1952, when Dr. Ernst Krebb decided to use it on his cancer patients on his own. After another doctor confirmed the efficiency of the extract, Dr. Krebb treated many cancer patients with the latrile shot successfully. However, in order to protect the profits of Big Pharma, Laetrile was banned for use by the FDA about 20 years later.
We’re not saying that a few apricot kernels will cure cancer, but eating a dozen of the seeds for a few months may have positive effects.