Organic apricot kernels against cancer
In the early 1950s, Dr. Ernst T. Krebs, Sr. and his son Dr. ET Krebs learned that in the Hunza Kingdom, in the Himalayan mountains in northern Pakistan, there was a people who lived apparently “cancer-free”. This peculiarity of the Hunza people challenged many researchers and various hypotheses have since been put forward. Some turned to the water they drank, but the Krebs Doctors turned to another track, the organic apricots they were fond of.
In the 1940s, Dr. Ernst T. Krebs, Sr. and his son Dr. ET Krebs, Jr. published a paper titled "The Unit Thesis or Trophoblast of Cancer," in the Medical Record, New York. In the years that followed, the father and son team researched co-enzymes and the possibility that cancer could result from deficiencies, particularly of vitamins.
The Hunzas ate large amounts of organic apricots, but they didn't believe the fruit contained cancer-fighting substances…until they discovered that the Hunzakuts also ate the kernels of organic apricot kernels ; their particularity: we know that these almonds are very rich in nitrilosides. In addition, they are also found in almonds (from almond trees), peach seeds, apple seeds (pectin), millet, bean sprouts, buckwheat, and also in other fruits and nuts, but in lower quantities. (Note for apricot kernels: only organic apricots from wild bitter almonds are effective.)
Dr. Krebs then defined that the active principle of nitrolosides was precisely in certain glycosides that they succeeded in extracting. Eventually, they applied for a patent for the method of producing the metabolite formed by these glycosides, which they named Laetrile, for clinical use. This Laetrile was then cataloged Vitamin B17.
Simply organic apricot kernels:
It turned out that the Hunzakuts consume between 100 to 200 times more B17 than the average American, mainly due to the fact that they consume organic apricot kernel kernels, and also a lot of millet. Interestingly, there a man's wealth is measured by the number of apricot trees he owns. The most coveted food is the seed contained in organic apricot kernels, one of the most important sources of B17 on Earth. One of the first medical teams to study the Hunza was led by world-renowned British surgeon Dr. Robert McCarrison. Writing in the Journal AMA, January 7, 1922, he indicated: “The Hunza have no known incidence with cancer. They benefit from an abundant harvest of organic apricots. They dry them under the sun, and use them largely in their diet”.
Cyanide… Here's why we haven't heard of vitamin B17:
It seems so simple! The truth about this issue is that the Cancer Industry suppressed this information and even ordered it illegal to sell B17. The Medical Mafia has mounted scary campaigns with great success, based on the fact that vitamin B17 contains “deadly” amounts of cyanide, when it is not!
Here's why: Each vitamin B17 molecule contains one unit of hydrogen cyanide, one unit of benzaldehyde, and two units of glucose that are locked together and form a harmless synergy as often happens in natural products.
For hydrogen cyanide to become dangerous, it must be unlocked from the B17 molecule; this can only be done by an enzyme called beta-glucosidase, which is present everywhere in the human body in minute quantities, but on the other hand is found in large quantities in cancer cells.
The result is all the more devastating for cancer cells as the benzaldehyde units unlock at the same time; but benzaldehyde, which is already a deadly poison in itself, when it teams up with cyanide, becomes 100 times more deadly, cancer cells are literally disintegrated!
Is it safe for healthy cells?
It should be known that in healthy tissues, another enzyme, rhodanese, present in much greater quantities than the unlocking enzyme, beta-glucosidase, has the capacity to completely degrade both cyanide and benzaldehyde, in thiocyanate (a harmless substance), and salicylate (which is a painkiller from the aspirin family). Interestingly, malignant cancer cells do not contain rhodanese, which leaves them completely at the mercy of the two deadly poisons. This whole process is known as selective toxicity, since only cancer cells are specifically targeted and destroyed.
Hundreds of clinical studies conducted by many competent physicians around the world, including those led by Dr. Ernesto Contreras at the Oasis of Hope Hospital in Mexico, give us complete confidence that treatment with the therapy B17 poses no danger to normal cells (which is far from the case with chemotherapy). This is very bad news for the Cancer Industry. Organic apricot kernels are within reach of any wallet, given the exorbitant prices of aggressive chemotherapy drug cocktails.
Ingrédients: 100 % amande crue, non émondées* [* Produit issu de l’agriculture biologique.]
Average nutritional values per 100g:
Energy 634 Kcal – (2620 kJ)
Carbohydrates: 1.50 g of which sugars: 1.08 g
Fat: 53.40 g (of which Saturated Fatty Acids 4.04 g, of which Monounsaturated Fatty Acids 32.4 g, of which Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids 14.8 g)
Vitamin B17 laetrile: 0.810 mg (5.2%)
Vitamin B2: 108.00mg (65%)
Vitamin B9: 93.1 microgram (47%)
Vitamin E: 14.6mg (122%)
Iron 3mg (21%)
Copper 1.07mg (107%)
Manganese 2.32mg (116%)
Zinc 3.29mg (33%)
Amygdalin was first isolated from the pits of bitter almonds in 1830. Amygdalin is a nitriloside, water soluble, essentially non-toxic sweet compound found in over 800 plants. The richest source of Amygdalin is apricot kernel, but it occurs naturally in most fruit seeds, many herbs, and a variety of beans.
What is B17?
B17, also called amygdalin, is a naturally occurring substance in over 1200 different foods, including the seeds of all kinds of fruits, such as apricots, plums, cherries, oranges, nectarines, apples and peaches, as well as many nuts. raw. Our natural B17 supplement is extracted from apricot kernel.
B17 sometimes called vitamin B17 was the name given to the purified form of Amygdalin by a biochemist named Ernst Krebs T in 1952. It is a non-toxic natural product that is found in over 1200 foods.