Cure for Cancer Hidden in Vitamin B17 (Amygdalin) from Fruit Seeds
Ed Griffin, an author, filmmaker, and often described as a conspiracy theorist, discusses a chemical called Amygdalin or Laetrile which can break down the part or outer layer of a cancer cell that repels the body’s ability for its white blood cells to fight them. The chemical or nutrient is found in Apricot and Apple seeds among other fruits. When the enzyme or molecule Amygdalin, which is found in great numbers in Apricot seeds, is in your food, it automatically fights cancer. Griffin also discusses places in the world where cancer is near unheard of. Coincidentally, those places use apricot seeds as currency; a person’s wealth is actually determined on how many apricot trees they own. Griffin also details that red meat and stress should be avoided as much as possible and people should be eating foods which contain natural sources of Amygdalin, which has a bitter taste and is found in raw nuts, pits of many fruits, plants like Lima beans, clover, and sorghum. The apple seed, which we are told not to eat, he states is loaded with Amygdalin, but people are told not eat them. Same thing with apricots; the more bitter they are, the higher level of Amygdalin they contain. The fact that Amygdalin is free and cannot be patented, is one of the single reasons it is not properly explored or promoted within the medical community.
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