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Apricot Seeds Cancer



Have you ever heard of Apricot seeds cancer? Well, chances are that you haven't. That's of course because there is no such kind of cancer, but there is a cancer treatment that is reported on the Internet as effective. Back in the 70s, when vitamins and supplements were being investigated as potential cures for cancer, laetril (also mistakenly called vitamine B-17) was evaluated for its efficacy in treating cancer. The general conclusion was that it was not an effective treatment. HOWEVER, there are reports stating that some patients did respond to laetrile, but that the cancer resumed progression when treatment was halted.



Now, if this is the first time you have ever heard of laetrile, be informed that laetrile is synthetically produced amygdalin, the principal component contained in apricot seeds that is believed to be responsible for stopping the cancer. However, be also advised that laetrile contains a cyanide functional group, a carbon atom attached to a nitrogen atom by three bonds, and that cyanide toxicity is reported to be a potential hazard when ingesting laetrile. Also, laetrile taken orally can react with bacteria and plant food enzymes that can accelerate the release of the cyanide. One should be aware that laetrile can also be given by injection, instead of orally. This would seem to indicate a safer route of entry so that it cannot react with other substances in the gut.

Symptoms of acute high level cyanide poisoning include seizures and cardiac arrest, with death in a matter of minutes. Low level poisoning can result in weakness headaches, confusion, dizziness, difficulty breathing, progressing to coma and cardiac arrest. Other side effects include droopy eyelids, mental confusion, low blood pressure, liver damage, difficulty walking, and nerve damage. Reported to increase the likelihood of poisoning are celery, peaches, bean sprouts, and carrots high amounts of vitamin C, although there might be others.

When cyanide is released into the blood, the cyanide molecule kills cells my inhibiting the function of cytochrome c oxidase. If there is a sufficient quantity of cyanide, the whole organism dies. That said, anyone who has terminal cancer, such as fourth stage liver cancer, and has been given such a death sentence is likely to consider all alternative treatments, such as laetrile or eating raw Apricot seeds. Remember that there were reports that some patients did respond, but relapsed when treatment was halted. This gives cause for one to stop, pause, and wonder whether or not treatment was halted prematurely.
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