There are many herbs and natural medicines that can help the fight with cancer or other life-threatening disease, but are denied by modern-day medicine.
One of these remedies is vitamin B17 or also known as Laetril. But, of course, supplements that contain this vitamin are forbidden.
Well, it is time to meet the Hunza people. They are a Northern Pakistan tribe that simply doesn’t know what cancer is, and all thanks to their regular consumption of vitamin B17of which they consume 250 to 3.000 miligrams daily.
They get the vitamin from apricot seeds, thus the reason why they measure their wealth by the amount of apricot trees one has.
Many modern-day doctors will never advise you nor allow you to utilize B17, but Ernst. T. Kerbs (1912-1996) was one of the few who treated his patients with Laetrile in order to cure cancer. His treatment gathered important evidence for its promotion as a cure for cancer.
Vitamin B17 is consisted of one molecule benzaldehyde, one molecule hydrogen cyanide and two molecules of glucose. In order to work, these molecules have to come in contact with a special enzyme called beta-glucosidase in order to liberate benzaldehyde which is frequently found in cancer cells.
Cancer cells feed on glucose, and B17 provide them with it, but once they start feeding, benzaldehyde and cyanide of vitamin B17 are released with beta-glucosidase enzyme and they destroy the infected cells.
Vitamin B17 is fatal for cancer cells, but completely safe for the healthy one because of the high concentration of beta-glucosidase enzymes. Cyanide and benzaldehyde are considered as toxic elements but when combined with glucose molecules in vitamin B17, they become completely safe for the human organism.
The recommended dosage is 5 to 7 seeds a day for prevention. Cancer patients should take 1 to 2 seeds every hour, but no more than 35 seeds a day. The weight divided by three gives the maximum dose of apricot seeds one needs to consume on a daily basis.