Vitamin B-17 or Leatrile or Amygdalin: Best Food Sources – Bean sprouts, buckwheat, wheat grass, brown rice, apricot pits and legumes.
Uses for Vitamin B-17: We have noticed that bean sprouts can be helpful with morning sickness. It has also been used to treat some forms of cancer in the past.
Laetrile (i.e. amygdalin or Vitamin B17) therapy is one of the most popular and best known alternative cancer treatments. It is very simple to use and is very effective if used in high enough doses and if the product is of high quality and if it is combined with an effective cancer diet and key supplements (in other words, you need to do your homework to maximize its benefits).
Laetrile works by targeting and killing cancer cells and building the immune system to fend off future outbreaks of cancer. It uses two different methods for killing cancer cells. It involves a strict diet (as do all cancer treatments) and several supplements.
The FDA has made the purchase of laetrile supplements almost impossible to obtain, even though it is a perfectly natural and safe supplement. In order for a doctor to use laetrile supplements, they or their patient must “confess” to the FDA that the doctor is using laetrile in their practice. In other words, laetrile supplements are effectively illegal because no doctor wants to admit they are using laetrile.
Fortunately they are available over the Internet either as apricot kernels or pills and in some cases in liquid form.
Buy Vitamin B17 (Amygdalin) (from the Greek word for ‘almond’) is a substance found in the seeds of many kinds of fruits, such as plums, cherries, oranges, nectarines, apples and peaches, as well as in raw nuts, including bitter almonds. Apricots contain a particularly large amount of Vitamin B17 (amygdalin), and it’s also abundant in plants such as clover, lima beans, millet, mung bean sprouts and sorghum. Vitamin B17 was first discovered and isolated by two French chemists in the early 1800s.
Vitamin B-17 or Leatrile or Amygdalin: (biochemistry) a glycoside of benzaldehyde and hydrogen cyanide found in bitter almonds, and in the kernels of some other fruit.