Vitamin B17 (Amygdalin, Laetrile)
A World Without Cancer - The Story of Vitamin B17
Book by G. Edward Griffin
Chapter 3 of the Eustace Mullins book mentioned a substance called Laetrile. Laetrile has a molecular structure that is similar to that of the B vitamins. Medical textbooks do not recognize it as a vitamin... because medical textbooks are commissioned by a family who I mentioned at length in the previous e-mail. But it IS a vitamin, and it's known to alternative (AKA effective) health practitioners as vitamin B17, and the best place to find B17 is in apricot kernels. B17 directly attacks tumors because tumors contain a type of sugar that separates the cyanide from other atoms. Yes, I said cyanide. B17 has cyanide in it, but it's harmless -- it's attached to other atoms, so it's not dangerous or toxic at all. I've talked to people who've dispelled their cancers by eating 40 apricot kernels per day until their cancer was gone. The reason B17 is a cancer CURE is because a certain type of sugar which exists only in tumors is the ONLY substance which separates the cyanide in B17 from the other atoms. So the cyanide directly attacks the tumors, and nothing else in the body! It's a totally specific, pinpointed chemical reaction, completely targeted at cancer... unlike chemotherapy!
Here's why Vitamin B17 works...
Cancer is caused when you don't have enough Vitamin B17 to make necessary repairs to damaged DNA. Carcinogens don't directly cause cancer, they damage DNA, thus making you require more Vitamin B17. Vitamin B17 is the vitamin which is directly responsible for fixing damaged DNA, and it is found in the seeds of many fruits. The best natural source of Vitamin B17 is Apricot Kernels (seeds). A person who has cancer should be put on nine Apricot Kernels per day; that’s three with breakfast, three with lunch, three with supper. Read a book called A WORLD WITHOUT CANCER by G. Edward Griffin which includes an in-depth explanation of the scientific proof that Vitamin B17 is effective against cancer.nitrile, also called laetrile for short; however, amygdalin and laetrile are different chemical compounds. Laetrile, which was patented in the United States, is a semi-synthetic molecule sharing part of the amygdalin structure, while the "laetrile" made in Mexico is usually amygdalin, the natural product obtained from crushed apricot pits, or neoamygdalin. Laetrile is also classified as a cyanogenic glycoside.