Mainstream oncology is keeping you from safe, effective, and inexpensive cancer treatments to suffer their highly profitable toxic treatments that cause more harm than benefit without curing.
Many think laetrile from apricot kernel seeds and apricot seed kernels, even apple seeds, are poisonous and should be avoided. Why? Cyanide is in them.
Since so many believe this and warn others to avoid those seeds, maybe they’re right, yes? No, they’re wrong. Free cyanide kills. But if it’s bound in other elements as part another compound, it’s not harmful.
The safe compound containing cyanide is amygdalin, which is the active ingredient of laetrile, a concentrated extract from apricot seed kernels.
Laetrile is clinically proven to be effective against cancer constantly in Mexico and other nations. Apricot pit kernels also have many anecdotal reports of safety and efficacy against cancer.
Apricot Seeds Cancer Cure Gets Mainstream Coverage
Australian Paul Reid was diagnosed with a rare, incurable lymphoma cancer. His prognosis was he was he could be dead in five years to seven years. Paul knew he wanted to avoid chemotherapy if possible.
He learned from a friend that Mexico was using laetrile successfully without side effects for his type of cancer, but he didn’t have the wherewithal to travel and pay out of pocket in a Mexican cancer clinic.
He discovered laetrile was from apricot kernels. So he took he began chewing up thirty a day and began a healthy sugar free diet. Today, after 13 years in remission, the 68-year-old believes that the cancer-killing properties in the kernels he continued to eat at 30 per day, coupled with a vegetarian diet cured him.
He was quoted in the March 10, 2010 Sydney Morning Herald as saying, ”We’re not immortal, but I believe I’ll be healthy from taking this direction.”
If you can tolerate the fair covering both sides journalism allowing mainstream oncology’s “concerned” nonsense, here’s that article.
The Complete Knowledge of How Amygdalin Functions Against Cancer
Thousands have used apricot seed kernels to eliminate cancer. They didn’t die from cyanide poisoning. Instead most were cured of cancer without negative side effects.
This wasn’t accomplished by consuming a couple every week, but well over two-dozen daily for weeks or months.
Unfortunately, many are afraid to try inexpensive apricot seed kernels sold as food, without claiming to cure cancer to avoid the wrath and censure How come he and others were not poisoned?
The amygdalin compound has four molecules. Two are glucose molecules. The other two are cyanide and benzaldyhide.
Those last two are scary compounds, except for a couple of unusual metabolic activities: They are released from amygdalin by and into cancer cells only.
Otherwise, they remain as amygdalin compounds and are passed through. It’s a very clever natural arrangement.
Cancer cells are anaerobic. They actually die from oxygen exposure. Instead, they depend on fermenting sugar (glucose) for their energy instead of the metabolic process of oxygen and glucose combining.
So the cancer cells attract the amygdalin compounds for their glucose, but are whacked when they metabolize those compounds that free the benzaldyhide and cyanide.
The glucose is the sugar bait, or Trojan Horse. Cancer cells contain an enzyme that is not found in healthy cells, beta-glucosidase.
The beta-glucosidase enzyme “unlocks” the amygdalin compound, releasing the deadly toxins within the cancer cell. Only cancer cells metabolize amygdalin. Normal cells do not.
Most non-cancerous normal cells contain another enzyme, rhodanese. Free cyanide molecules are bound to sulfur molecules by rhodanese, creating harmless cyanates that are eliminated in the urine.
But the complete functional breakdown of amygdalin is hidden because the fact that laetrile or B17, a concentrated extract from apricot amygdalins, can target and kill only cancer cells is taboo.
Chemotherapy kills all cells in its path. Patients often die from chemo before the cancer can get them.
Suppressing a Another Safe Cancer Cure
Laetrile, or B17, was developed by San Francisco researcher Dr. Ernst Krebb in 1952 by liquefying and purifying amygdalin from apricot seeds so it could be injected into cancer patients.
Dr. Krebb injected himself to assure laetrile’s safety, and Dr. John Richardson proved its efficacy by curing several cancer patients in San Francisco with laetrile.
In 1971, laetrile was banned. Dr. Richardson called on investigative journalist G. Edward Griffin to publicize the merits of laetrile or B17 derived from apricot seeds. Griffin discovered that the Sloane-Kettering Cancer Institute’s laetrile trials leading to the FDA ban were bogus.
Sloane-Kettering spokesperson Dr. Ralph Moss refused to lie about laetrile and left Sloane-Kettering in disgust. He slipped Griffin concealed papers scientifically proving laetrile actually worked.
This led to Griffin’s book A World Without Cancer, where you can read much more about the amygdalin cancer curing story. And you can watch a short interview of G. Edward Griffin here.
As long a they’re not promoted as a cancer cure, apricot seeds aren’t banned and can be purchased from online sources.
Avoid refined sugar and its products while attempting to cure cancer with any method. That’s what cancer cells thrive on. Avoid processed foods and red meats also.
The cyanide seed phobia is misinformation at best, a shining example of “a little knowledge is a dangerous thing”. Its dangerous half-baked “knowledge” serves to keep cancer patients away from using a safe inexpensive effective method of treating cancer.
The foundation of an organic plant based diet is also vital for any cancer treatment.
On a personal note, clinical blood tests on me a few months ago revealed the possibility of bladder tumors, twice surgically removed, were appearing again. I ordered a couple of bags of apricot seed kernels and started nervously, yes (toxic nonsense got to me a bit) eating small amounts at first then moving to 25 and 30 daily for two months. I never endured any toxic reactions.
A CT scan that I had put off until finishing the kernels, to avoid another invasive surgery, observed there was no tumor activity in the bladder or surrounding areas.