Vitamin B17 where to buy?

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Vitamin B17 where to buy?

by Lauriel84 on Thu Nov 30, 2017 09:07 AM

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Hi.

We need to find out how to get some Vitamin B17 caps? we want to use it like alternative therapy to cure cancer...

all informations will be appreciated...

thank you

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by jeffrey22 on Thu Nov 30, 2017 02:32 PM

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Apricot power.. you can get it on amazon. I acually just buy the seeds from apricot powers website.

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by mohit1291 on Thu Jan 18, 2018 06:58 PM

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Hi, You can order raw apricot seeds from www.soursopindia.com It’s based out in India but you can check with them if they can courier the same to your country. We are using these seeds ourselves as as the experts say “the bitter the better”, I must admit the seeds they offer are the bitterest of all. Hope this helps. All the best M

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by Lauriel84 on Tue Feb 13, 2018 05:18 PM

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Thank you for all the information.

Finally ... after long searches, I found a distributor selling Vitamin B17 Natural CASINOVITA.

My grandfather is following this treatment for about 6 months.

His health has improved.

We will continue this treatment until our grandfather is fully cured.

I will share supplier's page maybe someone is in huge need

www.vitamincvial.blogspot.com

I wish you all the best.

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by mohit1291 on Tue Feb 13, 2018 06:02 PM

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Hi, Thank you so much for this information. While there are a lot of speculation on the Internet that consumption of B17 may be hazardous for one’s health, I wanted to get an honest opinion from someone who’s actually using the same. Did your grandfather experience anything different when he started consing these tablets? Please share some insights. Thanks

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by DAleinad on Sun Feb 18, 2018 11:16 PM

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Hi, I am a cancer survivor (Multiple Myeloma). After lots of chemo and a stem cell transplant (SCT), I have been in remission for over 5 years. While the chemo and SCT saved my life, I would prefer never to do that again. The side affects of the drugs and what I had to go through and the long recovery time was beyond what I thought a human being could endure. Anyway, I’m still alive and now doing very well but if the MM ever comes back, I will take the alternate path.  

 All of this written, in a recent visit to my Oncologist my blood work indicated a very small spike in my “M proteins”. The doctor says this is “potentially” MGUS, which might be a precursor to the return of MM. This is not for certain. While I don't think this is good, I am very confident I can control what’s happening in my body with proper diet and supplements, which includes B17. I have just recently been researching the benefits of B17/amygdaline.

 In any event, to combat the most recent change in my blood work, I have modified my diet (Doug Kaufmann’s Phase 1 diet) and began eating 30 apricot kernels (B17/ amygdaline) a day with absolutely zero negative side affects. Oh I should say I do have one side affect… I feel better than ever. By the way, the apricot kernels are very bitter but I’ve gotten use to them and now rather enjoy the bitter flavor.

Finally, I will return to my doctor for another blood test in May 2018. I will gladly share my results at that time. If anybody would like to share thoughts and insights, that would be great.

 All the best,

 Dan    

 

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by Sophiam on Mon Feb 19, 2018 09:01 PM

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Mothers Market https://www.mothersmarket.com/  I pick up appricot kernels for my brother every other week there. They are raw, you can toast them, they look like almonds but they are a little sour. They are pretty good! :)  

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by DAleinad on Mon Feb 19, 2018 09:28 PM

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Hi…for anyone considering the use of apricot kernels as an alternative cancer fighting support, you want to eat them raw. Do not toast or cook them. That would eliminate the reported value of what's in them to help control cancer (B17/amygdalin). They need to be eaten raw. When they are raw they are very bitter but bitter is what you want. If they aren’t bitter, you are likely eating the wrong type of seed.

Also, don't believe the hysteria about raw apricot seeds being "poisonous". That is bunk. I eat 30 raw seeds everyday with no side effects. In addition, when I eat an apple, I eat it core, seeds and all. When I’m chewing it up, I make sure I crush the apple seeds as I chew. My grandmother use to tell me that apple seeds are poisonous. That’s an old wives tale. They are not poisonous and have the same properties as apricot kernels.

Anyone that’s interested in using apricot kernels to support their fight with cancer should watch the YouTube clip at this linkhttps://youtu.be/wrbS3t2sfZYWhile I find the whole clip to be very informative, the first part of the clip is the best. When they start getting into political conspiracy theories, I don’t know. For some personal reasons I tend to believe it but that’s a personal viewpoint.

All the best,

Dan

 

 

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by Mamta123 on Sat Jun 30, 2018 09:51 PM

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Hi Dan,

Thanks for the valueable info. I have one question. My father who is 70 years old, is having both multiple myeloma and CML. For CML he is taking Imatinib, which shows positive result. For mutiple myeloma, he had autologous bone marrow transplant  on Feb 2017. After bone marrow he is taking Thalix 50 mg daily and ecosprin.Now he again having lower back spine pain and right rib pain. When we did blood test, it shows M-spike. Doctor was suggesting again bone marrow trasplant. I have apricot seed powder, which I was taking to apply on me before I apply on my father because of its toxic agent. I did not get any side effect.Do you think I can use on him, as he is already taking imatinib, thalix and ecosprin. Also is a diabetes patient. I really want my father to live longer. But not sure what should I do. Because of his pain he is finding very difficult to sleep, walk or any day to day activity. Would really appreciate if you could reaply quickly.

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by Tom_56 on Thu Jul 12, 2018 12:32 PM

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I buy aprocot seeds and B17 500mg capsules here:

https://shop.apricotsfromgod.info/

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