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What Is Cancer?
Natural Foods That Work Against Cancer - The Vitamin B17 Solution
It is our contention that cancer – like scurvy or pellagra is essentially a vitamin deficiency disease aggravated by inappropriate lifestyle choices and lack of an essential food compound in modern man's diet.
Certain herbs contain natural chemicals which directly strike at cancer cells in various ways. Many alternative cancer treatments in Malaysia are based on such naturally available herbs. One such substance is vitamin B17. In its purified form developed for cancer therapy, it is known as laetrile. Vitamin B17 appears in abundance in untamed nature. Also known as Amygdalin it is found in most fruit seeds, namely apricot seeds, apple seeds, etc. Apricot kernels are one of the richest sources of vitamin B-17.
The best news is, the presence of vitamin B-17 in the body not only works against cancer but also prevents further cancer cells from forming.
The FDA, the AMA, and the American Cancer Society have labelled it fraud and quackery. Yet the evidence is clear that here, at last, is the final answer to the cancer riddle.
Why has orthodox medicine waged war against this non-drug approach? The answer is to be found, not in science, but in politics – and is based upon the hidden economic and power agenda of those who walk the corridors of power in the world of conventional medicine. With billions of dollars spent each year on research, with other billions taken in on the sale of cancer-related drugs, and with fund-raising at an all-time high, there are now more people making a living from cancer than dying from it!. If the solution should be found in a simple vitamin, this gigantic industry could be wiped out over night. The result is that the politics of cancer therapy is more complicated than the science!
Where Is Vitamin B-17 Found?
How Does Vitamin B17 Work?
|High||Above 500 mgs. Nitrilosides per 100 grams food|
|Medium||Above 100 mgs. per 100 grams food|
|Low||Below 100 mgs. per 100 grams food|
|Apricot kernel||High||Blackberry, domestic||Low||Alfalfa||Med.||Black||Low|
|Apple seeds||High||Blackberry, wild||High||Bamboo||High||Black-eyed peas||Low|
|Cherry seed||High||Choke cherry||High||Garbanzo||HMed.||Garbanzo||Low/Med.|
|Flax||Med.||Wild crab apple||High||Mung||Med.||Green pea||Low|
|Nectarine seed||High||Swedish cranberry||High||Bitter almond||High||Lentils||Med.|
|Peach seed||High||Currant||Med.||Cashew||Low||Lima, U.S.||Low|
|Pear seeds||High||Elderberry||Med/High||Macadamia||Med/High||Lima, Burma||Med.|
|Squash seeds||Med.||Loganberry||Med.||Beet tops||Low||Tubers||Range*|
How Does Vitamin B17 Work?
Vitamin B-17/Laetrile/Amygdalin has a dangerous component, cyanide — locked away inside. The only way the cyanide can get unlocked is if the laetrile comes into contact with a cancerous cell.
Cancer cells have an enzyme, Beta-Glucosidase that breaks the laetrile molecule and releases the cyanide that in turn destroys the cancer cells. Any resultant free cyanide reacts with naturally occurring enzyme, Rhodenase to derive Theocyanate which helps regulate blood pressure and also promotes the production of vitamin B-12 by the liver.
By taking Vitamin B17 daily, cancer cells never have a chance to develop because the laetrile destroys them too quickly.
At Vision B Seventeen, we use only the best source of Vitamin B17; bitter apricot kernel from Hunza in northern Pakistan!
The Vision B Seventeen Vitamin B17 Nitrilosides – Not just any apricot kernel
Vision B Seventeen Malaysia holds the regional rights to the world renowned Hunza Bitter Apricot derived Vitamin B17 which is one of the major components of our "natural cancer cure" or "alternative cancer treatment" metabolic therapy. At Vision B Seventeen we have been successfully treating cancer and other degenerative diseases for more than 12 years now.
Hunza was a tiny kingdom located in a remote valley 100 miles (160 km) long and only one mile (1.6 km) wide, at an elevation of 8,500 feet (2590 m).
Completely enclosed by mountain peaks which soar to a height of 25,550 feet (7788 m) and belong to the Karakoram Range (broadly known in the West as the Himalayas), Hunza is now part of Pakistan in the northern section bordering on Afghanistan.
The Hunzakuts cultivate plants including barley, millet, wheat, buckwheat, turnips, carrots, dried beans, peas, pumpkins, melons, onions, garlic, cabbage, cauliflower, apricots, mulberries, walnuts, almonds, apples, plums, peaches, cherries, pears, and pomegranates. They are renowned for their longevity.
Apricot trees are very popular, and the fruit is eaten raw in season and sun dried for winter. The pits were cracked to obtain the kernel that is crushed to obtain the oil for cooking and lamps. The hard shell is kept for a fire fuel. The kernel and oil can be eaten from the variety of apricots with sweet kernel.
This picture shows old Hunza men who proclaimed to a visitor that they are more than 100 years of age.
Hunza Apricot Kernel has the highest amount of anti-oxidants and by virtue of its soil and mountain water supply; it is rich in cesium, zinc, selenium and potassium among other essential minerals.