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Becketlady60
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I’m curious as I read that Apricot seeds inside the pit or kernels do kill cancers. It has the highest level of Vitamin B17 which mentioned is banned in the USA. 
why? 
Has anyone try eating raw nut or seed to prevent or cure cancers? 


   
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Shanti
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When my husband was first diagnosed with cancer, we threw everything at it, including some apricot kernels. Please be aware that gut bacteria can metabolize a substrate in the apricot kernels into cyanide, resulting in a potentially dangerous situation. We stopped using them when my husband had some symptoms of cyanide poisoning. We then switched to doing IV laetrile since that bypasses the gut bacteria, but we did not see any noticeable results, so we stopped. Also, the scientific evidence seems questionable at best. 


   
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Daniel
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@shanti @becketlady60

I fully agree with Shanti - same experience and same view. We used the kernels and latter switched to intravenous form using different sources (from both Mexico and Europe). No noticeable results. I discussed with doctors using it on many patients and reaching the same conclusion.

Kind regards,
Daniel


   
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Becketlady60
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thank you Daniel. 
my biggest concern is the Cyanide. 


   
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Becketlady60
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@shanti 

 

Thank you Shanti for your input.


   
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Becketlady60
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Ok I have a mammogram letter.
It’s said that I have a scattered fibroglanduar. I do not have breast dense. No evidence of breast cancer. However, I am still getting the slight pains from the breast to the arm pit still. According to the Tyrer Cuzick risk assessment is 7.3% in my life time for developing breast cancer. Hmmm I find it odd. 4 years ago I had a mammogram showing a white spot and no sign of scattered fibroglandular. I asked my doctor back then about the white spot. Her responses was it’s just a cyst and it grew a tiny bit and nothing to worry about. To this day I have scattered fibroglandular. Where is the cysts not mentioning in a letter? I saw the films and I decided to wait for the letter and I did.
Shall I worry?
Shall I do something to prevent it?
Shall I take something to stop it?
Yes I’m very much a bit concerned. 


   
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TMitchell
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@becketlady60 

It was explained to me that the cyanide “wraps” around diseased and damaged cells and escorts them from the body. However, everyone’s tolerance of this is different. 
As a rule personally I always read A LOT and cross reference my research- then I start very slowly and incorporate any new thing to my body gradually and hold there awhile allowing my body to acclimate. 
This approach has been very successful in my experience.

I do understand your apprehension and it is good to be respectfully cautious. 
I’ve just received my apricot kernels today and will begin an intentional methodical introduction.

I am excited to plug into this discussion board and meet and BE part of support and encouragement here. 
Be Wishes to you all.


   
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