Apple seeds (and apricot pits) can save your life
If you are like most Americans, you eat your fruit and toss the core...or pits. Who would want to eat something as unappetizing as apple cores containing seeds, right? And, hmmm, haven't we been told that apple seeds are dangerous for us because they contain cyanide?
It is once again time to defy the status quo, my friends. Apple seeds, the inner seed of apricot pits, peach pits, etc., are not harmful...in fact, they contain a cancer-fighting substance known as Laetrile (or vitamin B17).
This cancer preventative and cure has been used successfully for years around the world. This substance is natural, nontoxic, and free (if you are eating it in your foods anyway)...and our government has banned it. One man was actually sent to prison for selling and promoting apricot seeds as a cancer cure. I know...unfathomable. But, not really, once you begin to peel back the layers of corruption in the cancer industry and the government regulatory agencies that support it.
Don't take my word for it, read for yourself...please...and for your sake and the sake of your loved ones, don't begin your research with the ingrained presuppositions into which we have all been indoctrinated.
A wonderful place to begin your cancer truth journey is Ty Bollinger's book, Cancer: Step Outside the Box. It is in its fifth edition and is an encyclopedic resource on how to avoid and treat/beat cancer, as well as a thorough expose on the cancer industry. (The truth hurts, but it needs to be known.) The information he shares is both staggering and uplifting. His website and book are referenced below.
Read on to learn the truth about "cyanide" and laetrile, and discover how apple seeds (and other "inedibles") can save your life.