JayPoc wrote:It's not a vitamin, it's a poison...thus the reason for no recommended daily allowance. You mention cancer. I hope you're not trying to treat cancer with these foods. As a preventative, stick with the stuff that actually may do some good...yes, lots of fresh kale, collards, broccoli, any fresh veggie really. Don't eat fruit seeds or Johnson grass. By the way...I know a guy that lost a couple of cows that ate a bunch of Johnson grass...
Chemotherapy is poison!
If B17 is poison then why do people not die from eating food that contains B17 like, corn, lima beans, red raspberries, black berries, almonds, macadamia nuts, sorghum, millet, bean sprouts, buckwheat, salmonberries, strawberries, and other foods that contain B17 ?
If you watch this video of the research done 70 years ago you will understand why B17 works.
I think it was DateLine TV interviewed the guy from Wikipedia. He said they rely on people in the know to provide the information listed at Wikipedia. If your an expert at something you can send Wikipedia the information and they list it online as being the truth. Drug companies so not want something as simple as vitamins to cure cancer so they upload tons of propaganda lies on the internet to scare people away from B17.
Bitter almonds also contain amygdalin, and they have over 500 mg of nitrilosides per 1000 grams of seeds. 10mg of B17 is found in each apricot kernel. One almond seed weighs about the same as 5 apricot kernels. I weighed several apricot kernels average weight is .7 grams per seed. I weighed several almonds average weight is 3.6 grams per seed. 51 almonds have the same about of B17 as 1 apricot seed.
How many people have died from eating 51 almonds?
Watch the video. Do not base your decision on hear say and drug company lies. Go eat 51 almonds if you do not die that means you can eat 1 apricot seed. Then eat and apricot seed see if you die. Eat 102 almonds then eat 2 apricot seeds see if you die. I tried it already I don't believe the drug company lies anymore.
Did anyone take chemistry in high school or college? Does anyone know about chemical bonding? B17 contains cyanide but it is chemically bonded to the compound that is called B17 but it can not be released. That is like having cyanide in a glass bottle with a sealed lid it can not get out of the bottle. Cancer cells have an enzyme coating that will unlock the cyanide only when it comes in contact with B17. 1 molecule of cyanide is not enough to poison you but it targets the cancer cells and kills them. Several cyanide molecules are unlocked only at the cancer cells and they dies. When the cancer is gone the enzyme that unlocks cyanide is gone.