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B17 is also known by these other names:
Never heard of Amygdalin ?
Most mainstream medical media will bad mouth Amygdalin.
Most doctors will tell you there is no evidence
that Amygdalin is worth anything, much less help with cancer.
It is up to you to decide if you are interested enough to find out more on it. After all it is your health and therefore your decision, to choose what to believe and use for your own benefit.
Look at it another way.
Amygdalin extracted from Bitter almond or
Apricot seed kernel cannot be patented.
Let's say, if you take them, you suffer less and your illness disappeared.
So you no longer have to visit doctors , or go to the hospital,
no need for surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy.
So when this happens,
you are one customer lost to the entire health industry.
We are looking at a minimum of $150,000.00 of potential business
and profit vanishing from their turnover.
Now tell me, who in the right mind will tell their potential customers
to go use the alternative at their own expense?
I am sure many of us would do more than just bad mouthing Amygdalin
if we are caught in the same situation, wouldn't you agree?
If you are a cancer sufferer, you do not have the privilege of time wasting.
There is no need to fight the system.
is no need to wait for the truth to be heard in the mainstream publication. Just do what is best for yourself.
You do not need permission from any one to do what is good for yourself. You do not need the approval of others
to use method that may be helpful to your recovery.
It is your health, your life is at stake.
Nobody should be more important than you.
No one else has the right to stop you from seeking to cure your own illness.
Regardless of which method you choose.....
at least you can take comfort that it is you who made that choice,
on what you know and understand,
and with your own best interest at heart.
Isn't it not?
On March 29, 2012 the Wikipedia entry for "Amygdalin" stated:
Amygdalin is sometimes confused with laevomandelonitrile, 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 called neoamygdalin.
Though it is sometimes sold as "Vitamin B17", it is not a vitamin. Amygdalin/laetrile was claimed to be a vitamin by chemist Ernst T. Krebs in the hope that if classified as a nutritional supplement it would escape the federal legislation regarding the marketing of drugs. He could also capitalize on the public fad for vitamins at that time.
The promotion of Laetrile to treat cancer has been described in the scientific literature as a canonical example of quackery, with Irving Lerner of the University of Minnesota describing it as "the slickest, most sophisticated, and certainly the most remunerative cancer quack promotion in medical history."
If you are trying to find something good being said about Amygdalin
in the mainstream publication,
you will be wasting your time.