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Leanne
Tuesday, May 29, 2007, 4:21pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Just recently I found out that a lady in our town was sent home to die of the tumor that's in her brain. On Wednesday she began taking apricot seed and by Friday she was up on her feet doing house work!  
I did a search on-line and was shocked at what I found.  Here are a couple of web sites that are very interesting and won't take you but a few minutes to read.
http://www.quantumbalancing.com/news/cancer.htm
http://home.bluegrass.net/~jclark/b17_dosage.htm

The agent that destroys the cancer is B-17.  They have watched as they've taken this and injected it into a cancer cell; the cancer cell died.
The apricot seed contains cyanide.  The cancer cell will eat the sugar from the apricot seed and when it does the cyanide is released into the cancerous cell and destroys it.  They watched and it does not destroy the good cells only the cancer cells.  They called it a smart bomb.  
B-17 is apparently also found in apple seeds as well as most other fruit seeds.  It is also found in various types of grasses and other foods.  I believe that the highest amount though is found in the apricot seed.
Unfortunately with all these studies they don't mention the blood type of the folks that have taken it.  So, my question is this... has anyone else heard of this?  Do you know of friends who have tried apricot seed to get rid of cancer?  What were their results?  What was their blood type?
For me as an O non-sec, both apples and apricots are an avoid.  Does that make their seeds also an avoid?  

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Thank you for sharing the web article with us.

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yep.. it is known...but not accepted from the society as so called*evidence proof for treatments*
and then look here:www.naturmednet.de here the doc works with a similar machine than I do, and he
shrinks all kinds of tumors whithin days..... ....and of course I think he addes also the herbal medicine, orthomoleculars etc. and then..I'd go for a *fever-producing program* but here observed by a hp. depends what kind of cancer it is.
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From:
http://www.vitaminb17.org/

Foods Containing B17 (Nitrilosides)
Fruits     Range*
blackberry, domestic     low
blackberry, wild     high
boysenberry     med.
choke cherry     high
wild crabapple     high
market cranberry     low
Swedish (lignon) cranberry     high
currant     med.
elderberry     med. to high
gooseberry.     med.
huckleberry     med.
loganberry     med.
mulberry     med.
quince     med.
raspberry     med.


Seeds     Range*
apple seeds     high
apricot seed     high
buckwheat     med.
cherry seed     high
flax     med.
millet     med.
nectarine seed     high
peach seed     high
pear seeds     high
plum seed     high
prune seed     high
squash seeds     med.


Beans     Range*
black     low
black-eyed peas     low
fava     high
garbanzo     low to med.
green pea     low
kidney     low to med.
lentils     med.
lima, U.S.     low
lima, Burma     med.
mung     med. to high
shell     low


Nuts (all raw)     Range*
bitter almond     high
cashew     low
macadamia     med. to high


Sprouts     Range*
alfalfa     med.
bamboo     high
fava     med.
garbanzo     med.
mung     med.


Leaves     Range*
alfalfa     high
beet tops     low
eucalyptus     high
spinach     low
water cress     low


Tubers     Range*
cassava     high
sweet potato     low
yams     low


Range*

High — above 500 mgs. nitriloside per 100 grams food

Medium — above 100 mgs. per 100 grams food

Low — below 100 mgs. per 100 grams food



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Humm?  Well, according to that list then someone with my blood type could eat the cherry pit and it still be high in B-17 as well as good for my blood type.

So does anyone know someone who's done this.  As I mentioned at first I only know of one lady and since I've posted I've been reading story after story of folks who've had excellent results.  Of course they do say that if you're too far gone then it likely won't work.

Also of interest would be to google the name "Jason Vale".  I can kind of see where the FDA is coming from on certain issues on the other hand the whole thing is a little out of control as far as our freedoms and liberties.  

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Quoted from ISA-MANUELA
yep.. it is known...but not accepted from the society as so called*evidence proof for treatments*
and then look here:www.naturmednet.de here the doc works with a similar machine than I do, ..


Depends on which society you limit your understanding to...I believe they can still prescribe B17 or Laetrile {Lätril} or Amygdalin or Prussic Acid or Hydrocyanic Acid or D-Mandelonitril(e) or Amygdalonitril(e) or Blausäure or Bittermandelöl whatever you want to call it in Australia.
{CAS# 29883-15-6 , RTECS# OO8450000 Agent Code, X5264

The US, in particular, has spent a bunch of time/money to detract the benefits of
B17 and Laetrile - but search any of the other names.....

Just another case in point to eat the whole Apple - As the research studies concentrated amounts, rather than the dilute amount that is of benefit...


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I have read that the seeds of some fruit are poisonous and if this seed contains cyanide, I certainly would not try it unless I were under strict supervision of someone who knows what they are doing. Just MHO
According to this, there are dif types of cyanide, maybe this particular one in the apricot seed is ok..................Schluggel???  



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Well, what happens is this...

There's a componant, or whatever you want to call it, that's called rhodanese.  This neutralizes the cyanide in your body and is then eliminated through your wastes.  However, a cancer cell does NOT contain rhodanese therefore it does not have the fight that it needs to defeat the cyanide.  So the cyanide kills the cancer cell but it won't destroy your normal cells.
So far this is what I've learned.  Anybody have anything new?

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I knew people who used a teaspoon of ground apricot pit per day for probably 15 to 20 years.  They died, but not of cancer or cyanide poisoning.  They were both well over 90 and this was before they knew about the BTD...  


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Now THAT'S what I'm looking to hear!  

Do you know where they heard about it?  


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Quoted from Leanne
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Leanne!


Leanne,

They frequented health food stores from the 1970's or before and picked up at least one book on Leatrile...  I don't remember the exact title or author, only that it had a reddish cover.  They read health information copiously and were some of the original "health nuts".  I'll try to get the book title and author, but there are many books about Leatrile on Amazon, some new and some from early to mid-70's...

My parents had heard about it in the 70's also, because one year when we got a lot of apricots, we saved all of the seeds from jam making and cracked them a few at a time so the nut meat was always fresh...  If you're taster is reasonably accurate (not inundated with excessive sugar), you can tell when you have enough, because the meat gets really bitter.

Hope this helps...


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Thanks,
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